If you’ve ever been ‘roadsick’

You stare out of the window.The image blurs and sharpens Your distant thoughts,Colliding into each other like miniature car crashes Your ears are ringing,Soft thuds accompanied by the light sprinkling of glass Your gaze stretches as the cars pile up,The blaring honking intensifying, all-consuming You want to focus,But the tow trucks are nowhere to be … Continue reading If you’ve ever been ‘roadsick’

So you cried in front of *insert someone you barely know*

You might have desperately tried to shield your face from the sudden upwelling of emotion. You might feel as if spontaneously being pierced by wandering eyes seeking out the source of your shame. You might immediately wander off as if to confuse the self that was seconds ago remorselessly weeping. Regardless of what you, the … Continue reading So you cried in front of *insert someone you barely know*

Gianluigi Buffon and Normality

Normality. Gianluigi Buffon, or "Gigi" as he was affectionately known, could tell his yearning for it was growing by the day and becoming more desperate with each team practice. The rhythmic toil of sweat, recovery, rest and repeat had started to eat away, and starve, his brain of any semblance of an extended life beyond … Continue reading Gianluigi Buffon and Normality

Open Blog Series – The Strive to be “Perfect” by Catherine Watson

Throughout much of our lives we’ll be confronted with questions regarding whether we are suited to a particular job, have paid attention to the fineprint in an important transaction or are deserving of a break or ‘cheat-day’. Rationalizing several potential life-changing decisions, such as a career change or seemingly arduous emigration to an unfamilar country, … Continue reading Open Blog Series – The Strive to be “Perfect” by Catherine Watson

New Year’s Ruminations, Ramblings and Regards

Writing is tough. Writing is simple. Writing is beautiful. Writing is messy. Writing is calculated. Writing is haphazard. Yet above all, writing is just trying to get a point across. The path may be simple. Or it may drunkenly meander, as my thoughts have for the last hour or so while coming to terms that … Continue reading New Year’s Ruminations, Ramblings and Regards

Open Blog Series – “Music & Mental Health”

  When we talk about mental health, our minds are often as diverse as our tastes in music. What excites, what calms, what lyrics are etched into your subconscious for days upon end. Certain songs for certain times that become ingrained in the culture of a club. Think the New York Yankees and classics like, … Continue reading Open Blog Series – “Music & Mental Health”