Yes, I have way too much time on my hands right now.
Monthly Archives: July 2020
As anyone who follows my Prodigal Geordie blog, having resisted the urge to get crafty that has gripped so many throughout the corona crisis, I finally succumbed, and resurrected my love of cross stitch. So I figured having secured some blood splatter aida from Claire Brown Cross Stitch on Etsy, I HAD to make a […]
So this week I hit what I had thought was an impossible milestone – 150 coffees bought for me on Ko-fi! I originally started this page (nearly 2 years ago) as a bit of an experiment. As someone who has always struggled a bit with impostor syndrome, and marvelled at the ability of my more […]
This blog previously appeared on my Newcastle blog, Prodigal Geordie “Why do you go away? So that you can come back. So that you can see the place you came from with new eyes and extra colours. And the people there see you differently, too. Coming back to where you started is not the same […]
So, a confession, and one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to admit: for the past couple of years, I have lost all interest in writing. No biggie, right? There are worse things to admit, even to yourself. But when you’ve spent more than half of your life defining yourself as ‘writer’, what happens […]
Your gentle reminder that: no kindness is too small, because no kindness is actually small. So, last year I started a Ko-fi page partly as an experiment: I wanted to be OK with accepting money for my work, especially all the blogs and stuff I put out for free. I wanted to at least start getting past […]