My Untraceable Father

My Untraceable Father

I can't put a tracker on an invisible man. It's a wound that I band-aid, but it still remains deeply open. You many have noticed that I haven't been that active on here recently. I've wanted to be, but I just haven't had the mindset to write or blog. I haven't really had the mindset [...]

Quarantine Binge-Worthy Shows; Unpopular Opinions

Quarantine Binge-Worthy Shows; Unpopular Opinions

It feels like we've been in quarantine since the beginning of time, what better way to get through it than binge-watching some great tv? Since quarantine began, this may seem hard to believe, but I haven't binge-watched anything. Yes I'm weird, yes I'm a freak, of all the times to pick on me, now's your [...]

Back To Primary School: Too Soon?

Back To Primary School: Too Soon?

One of the many controversial decisions unfolding in England is this, but is there a right or wrong decision? I think there is. Schools in England are reopening on Monday. Sooner than many expected. The majority of workplaces, shops, ways of travel are either shut or restricted. So much so, they're telling people not to [...]

Isolated Love: Romance in a Pandemic?

Isolated Love: Romance in a Pandemic?

Relationships can be hard as it is, but with isolating and social distancing now being a huge part of our everyday life, where does that leave our love life? Here in the UK, people have been in quarantine for around two months. Other parts of the world have been isolating for more or less. Unable [...]

Justice In A Pandemic; Law Versus Status

Justice In A Pandemic; Law Versus Status

Whether you're a railway ticket officer or Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, will justice be equal or biased? A few days ago, I was tuning into the news, and it was one of the most harrowing things I've heard, especially during such sombre times. Belly Mujinga, 47, a railway ticket office worker, died after [...]