Life’s A Drag, Baby!

Hello everyone! So, if you follow me on my socials, whether it's Twitter, Instagram or TikTok, perhaps, then you may know that I've been kinda obsessed with Drag Race UK, especially the second season. That season really got me through the third lockdown back in January, and I experienced a major depressive episode. This sounds… Continue reading Life’s A Drag, Baby!

Aspie Talk! Part Eight: Behind the Mask…

Hey everyone! I hope you all are keeping well. I know times are still pretty tough, but I'm still hopeful that the future will be a bit brighter for us all soon. Most of my family have been vaccinated against COVID, including my carer mum and nonagenarian grandma, which gives me a glimmer of hope.… Continue reading Aspie Talk! Part Eight: Behind the Mask…

I Survived 2020: The Year of the Apocalypse!

Hello everyone! If you're reading this, then CONGRATULATIONS! You survived 2020, a.k.a. The Year of the APOCALYPSE! I'm sure many of us are glad to see the back of this year of wildfires, lockdowns, viruses, riots, brutality and division. It has been a super tough year for my mental health, I will be 100% honest,… Continue reading I Survived 2020: The Year of the Apocalypse!

Sia and autism: MUSIC to my ears?

Hello everyone! It's been a while since I posted, I know, but I have been super duper busy lately with so many projects, including a few audio adventures. But I do have an awesome announcement for you all... I'M STARRING IN A CHRISTMAS FILM! I'm joining forces once again with the fabulous Third Time Lucky… Continue reading Sia and autism: MUSIC to my ears?

Aspie Talk! Part Seven: Stimulating the Senses…

Why, hello there, everyone! I'm back for another instalment of 'Aspie Talk'! I honestly love writing these particular posts, and I'm so surprised at the impact there's been on others. I started out just talking about my story, from diagnosis to today, and now I'm discussing all topics on the spectrum. I've also received such… Continue reading Aspie Talk! Part Seven: Stimulating the Senses…

Aspie Talk! Part Six: Look Into My Eyes…

Hello everyone! I hope you all are keeping well. It's still a crazy time right now, with some stuff starting to re-open but it's gonna take a lot more time for things to return to 'normal'. The industry I'm part of - the arts industry - is facing some pretty dark times, with theatres not… Continue reading Aspie Talk! Part Six: Look Into My Eyes…

Aspie Talk! Part Five: Sudden Changes…

Hello everyone! Well, these are unusual times we're living in right now. Because of the COVID-19 (or 'coronavirus') outbreak, life as we know it has come grinding to a sudden halt. In the UK, we are on 'lockdown' and are practicing something called 'social distancing'. What this means is that loads of establishments are shut… Continue reading Aspie Talk! Part Five: Sudden Changes…

Aspie Talk! Part Four: Aspies and Artistic Representation!

Hello everyone! So, today's post is a continuation of my Asperger's talks, raising awareness and discussing topics that sometimes may get swept under the rug. I think I'm gonna title these posts as 'Aspie Talk' from now on for ease of access. But before we get into today's post, I have a few little titbits… Continue reading Aspie Talk! Part Four: Aspies and Artistic Representation!

Post-University Depression: It’s Very Real…

Hello everyone. So, it happened. I finished my Masters Degree! Honestly, my Masters year was one of the toughest, most challenging years of my life, but it was certainly rewarding. I discovered a talent for convening and curating discussion, which is something I'd very much like to transition towards in the future. Whether doing this… Continue reading Post-University Depression: It’s Very Real…

What NOT to say to an Aspie…

Why hello everyone! So this week is Autism Awareness Week, and I thought now was a better time than any to raise awareness and continue an important conversation that needs to happen. Talking about autism from my own perspective and experiences can help my readers who are not on the spectrum to gain a bit… Continue reading What NOT to say to an Aspie…