Earlier this week, The Guardian published an article about reported unwanted pregnancies from people who have used app Natural Cycles. If you used to read my blog, Cattitude & Co., you will know I have written about this before. For those of you who are not familiar with it, Natural Cycles is essentially a digital version of the Fertility Awareness Method (FAM). Which – whether … Continue reading Some thoughts on that Natural Cycles article & 2 questions I always get asked
If you missed the news last week on Twitter, I’m thrilled to tell you I’ve signed with Watson Little and I’m working on a book about periods. I thought I’d share how this came about as I love hearing other author’s conception ideas. (I can’t get my head around the fact that I may actually become a published author one day?!) In September 2017, I … Continue reading I’m writing a book!
As somebody who has spent a lot of time writing about vaginas and has one too, I’ve seen my fair share of terrible articles surrounding vaginal health. Whether they’re riddled with inaccuracies or jam-packed with dodgy product recommendations, I’m sick of seeing them – looking at you, Teen Vogue. Should you ever find yourself writing about the wonders of the vagina, here are some foolproof suggestions … Continue reading How To Write A Good Article About Vaginal Health
Lately, I’ve seen a countless amount of pretentious threads and tweets discussing what counts as a ‘valid’ form of self care. When it comes to things like this I fail to see a need for such a lengthy discussion. Self care is something people do to make themselves feel better. It’s a personal thing, why do we need to comment on it?
I think I’m finally starting to understand why people are so vocal about their distain towards social media. Although I don’t quite agree that it’s ruining people’s childhoods or whatever, the thousands of negative voices that are amplified are becoming increasingly overwhelming.
Whenever a year comes to an end, I get super reflective & annoyingly pensive. The Cancer is me is very much in her feelings around this time.
It was after Christmas 2017 that I started to feel like something was missing creatively; I think it was all the end of the year posts I was seeing. Lots of people on my timeline were celebrating some amazing achievements through list-form. I wanted to join in but felt I couldn’t. 2017 was a testing year to say the least. There’s too much to write on it, let’s just say I’m glad to still be here.
Since I never got to write a farewell post or round-up of sorts, here are some goals, ideas, words/phrases or just things I want to do more of in 2018.
As some of you may know, I quit blogging September 2017 for a number of reasons. I don’t want to list all of them again, but it was a great decision for me. I’ve been spending some time working on other projects instead and taking up new hobbies also. Truly life-affirming stuff. I’ve been working on one project in particular since the day I published my … Continue reading An Intro Of Sorts?