Look out the window at the crowded streets belowSeems everybody has someplace to go.Look in the mirror with far away eyesCry in silence at a wasted life. Do you believe when I tell youThat lonely is the hardest.Do you believe when I tell youThat lonely is the hardest state of all.— Suzi Quatro 'Lonely is... Continue Reading →
Your home is living space, not storage space. Francine Jay As someone whose OCD manifests as hoarding (as the few people I've ever let in my flat can testify), this article by Brad Stulberg for Outdoors magazine so resonates with me! "There’s growing evidence that a cluttered home or workplace is a stressful one. A... Continue Reading →
A great article on grief. I wish this site had been up in 2008. No, time definitely isn't a "great healer"! Last week was the 11th anniversary of my mother's death and the pain is still as raw. I had the 11th anniversary of my mam's death in February. I'm still grieving 11 years on.... Continue Reading →
I had planned on my first post of 2019 being a somewhat optimistic one — looking forward to what this new yeat will bring. However, when the time came I couldn't face pretending to be cheery. So, I've spent the the first day of 2019 just as I spent the last day of 2018 —... Continue Reading →
If you start listening to "Ride" by Lane Del Rey at exactly 12:58:31 on New Year's Eve, you can sing along to "I am alone at midnight" at exactly midnight. Start your New Year honestly.
Well, I've been suspended from Facebook for 30 days for calling a bigoted racist a Nazi! Facebook's so-called Community Standards are a farce! I twice reported someone for being threatening and abusive to me on Facebook Messenger and nothing was done! They didn't even reply to my complaints. Facebook is a lifeline for me -... Continue Reading →