When I first told my friends that I had taken up aikido again, the major response was more or less, “Wow, cool! You’ll be able to really hurt people.” Uh… I guess it’s okay that people don’t know how aikido differs from martial arts. What worried me was the immediate jump to “the ability to […]
Bellow is a collection of articles I’ve read this month that are related to saving the environment and sustainability. (Except for the LEGO article, but I found that before I started making these collections. ANU article: Melbourne’s water supply under threat This has me very concerned because fresh water supply is one of the least […]
Untitled Goose Game is a magnificent game produced in Melbourne by House House. And I’ll be honest, I’m slightly underwhelmed by this game.
I am taking part in Megan’s 30 Day Geek out Challenge. However, rather than post one entry per day, I’ll be answering each week’s questions in batches of five! This post covers questions 6-10. This week’s questions include: What real life geek inspires you? What fandom do you love that you didn’t think you would? […]
I am taking part in Megan’s 30 Day Geek out Challenge. However, rather than post one entry per day, I’ll be answering each week’s questions in batches of five! This post covers questions 1-5.
This is just a super short post about the holiday my boyfriend and I went on this past week. We visited my favourite Italian restaurant on Philip Island, and explored the old quarantine facility at Portsea.
This is a requested followup post to Switching to Reusable Menstrual Products and Followup on RUMPs. I go into a fair bit of detail in this article. So if periods are TMI for you, you might want to skip this piece.
Bear in mind, this review of JoJo coming from someone who isn’t the intended audience of the show. Given that it originated from a weekly manga magazine for teenage Japanese boys. (And I am, at the time of writing this, a non-binary/demifem person in their 30s.)
I suppose just roll over and give up because we’ve already doomed ourselves? Nah, I refuse. I’m going to do what I can. Even if my actions don’t really change anything globally, I hope that by inspiring others it creates an on-flow effect.
The other week lunch was offered on the office, and I was cruelly denied my choice of Japanese cuisine. What happened next? I was forced to endure cravings for miso soup for two weeks. (And I couldn’t settled for the instant variety you can get at the supermarket.) However, today that all changed.