Monthly Archives: January 2017

Reading Multiple Books at Once

I didn’t really get into reading until 2007, which is quite a shame as I missed several years of life where I could have been reading great books. When I did get into it, I liked to try and have … Continue reading

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I am a Hippy

An old boss of mine once called me a hippy. They meant it in a negative way and were referring to the length of my hair. But I suppose he was right, I am a hippy and since then I … Continue reading

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Castlevania: The Adventure

I love Castlevania games and I love games for the original Game Boy. With this in mind, you’d expect me to love Castlevania: The Adventure since it is a combination of those two things. However, while I wouldn’t like to … Continue reading

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A Shift in Tone

I was thinking today about how much this blog has changed over the years. Back when I first started, aside from the odd philosophical reflections, I mainly just use these blog posts to try and be funny. The vast majority … Continue reading

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The Hardships of Being a Woman by Ankita Pandey

(This is the third and final post in my week of guest posts by female writers. Today we have a piece written by my friend Ankita Pandey who gives us her perspective on gender inequality as a woman living in … Continue reading

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Sexism by Elle Boocock

(Sorry this is a day late. There was technical trouble last night! This is the second in a series of posts written by guest female authors and it details the frustration caused by growing up and living in a society … Continue reading

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Where Are The Women? by Chloe Ward

(All of this week’s blog posts will be written by a female guest author and are going to cover issues of our sexism and gender inequality in our society. The first has been written by my good friend and fellow … Continue reading

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No Communication Needed

Communicating your thoughts and feelings is very important – I’m not going to argue against that. Often communication is the cornerstone of significant social interactions. However, sometimes I feel like communication is not really needed. For example, quite recently I … Continue reading

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Banjo-Pilot is a kind of sequel to Diddy Kong Racing. It takes the aeroplane gameplay from the previous game and makes it the focus. So it’s a fun racing game, similar to the Mario Kart series, but where you only … Continue reading

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A Creative Exercise in Empathy

Something which I like to use as a writing prompt and which I like to use to help broaden my understanding of other perspectives, is to try writing from contrary points of view to my own. You could either write … Continue reading

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