Ruby Cup Review

Trying Out Menstrual Cups Hi dolls, This post is a little bit more up close and personal as I will be talking about my experience with menstrual cups. If you are new to them, menstrual cups are a type of reusable menstrual product. These days they come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colours,…

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Discovering Tarot

Spirituality and Well Being I debated with myself long and hard before deciding to write this post, as I think it might be a controversial topic, and it’s not a subject I usually talk about on my blog, but it has really become a big part of my life now, so I feel like it…

Finally on Twitter!

So I finally joined Twitter! Whoop whoop. This has been years in the making, simply because I could not find a Twitter handle that I liked that wasn’t already taken – my name is not as common as some, but it’s obviously common enough. Thankfully I have fabulous friends with creative souls to help me…

Search Engine Strangeness

This is not a tag for the faint of heart. All right, that was a little melodramatic, but I bet you loved it! I was recently tagged by the lovely Ginger over at Ginger Loves Makeup and I have to say, I had a blast reading her answers, and also taking a closer look at my…

2013 – My Year in Review

This year was significant for me as a person, and as a woman – what a learning curve it has been. It was the year sexism stopped being that thing that happens to others, and started being something that happens, period. Both to me and other women. Perhaps it’s the feminist Facebook groups, perhaps it’s…

The Art of the Japanese Schedule Book

Around this time of year, the stationary floors of stores like LOFT and Tokyo Hands are packed chock a block with people picking out the next year’s schedule book, what Westerners would call a diary. As with a number of other things, the Japanese take organising their time very seriously. I had never really bothered…

Japanniversary the 4th

Four years ago on this day, I arrived in Japan, the country I currently call home. I still remember the confusion and sheer terror I felt when arriving at Shinjuku station, seeing all of the bustling people, thinking, What am I doing here? and wanting to turn around and go straight home. But I stayed. It…