What’s in a bucketlist?

I’m at a phase in my life, if you could call it that, where I know I’m meant for something bigger. I’ve finished my education, graduated with top marks, I have enough saved up in my account. I could do anything. But I’m not. Instead, I’m stagnant. I’m sat in bed with no cure for…

Music and my mental health

Music has been a form of escape for as long as I can remember. Plugging my headpones in and letting the beat fill my head has always been some form of protection from the endless cacophony the world creates (I’m not being melodramatic, I just have really bad social anxiety and sensory overload). It’s one…

Too ace for this

“I’ve just discovered that Asexual Awareness Week is a thing that happens in October. Therefore, I demand to be continuously celebrated for the next seven days!” I say as the week draws to a close. Time management, what’s that? All jokes aside, I am GLAAD (overused pun, but whatever) that this something that’s celebrated because asexuality has always been…

Studying Abroad: A Survival Guide

Remember how I said I wanted to do more vlogging but wasn’t sure if I would ever get it done? Well, I finally got one out there. Do ignore the dodgy selfie/thumbnail. I have yet to figure out how to make one so this is the best I can manage for the time being. I also…

An amateur traveller’s guide to travelling solo

I recently came back from a week-long holiday in Singapore. Despite what the title says, I wasn’t on my own—my sister was with me. But the real reason I was in Singapore in the first place was because my sister was a part of this summer program and I was there to make sure that she’d stay alive over the course of…