Motivation · Thoughts

Just Thinking Out Loud: Do We Sabotage Our Own Cheer?

Lately, at the local mall, I walked past one of those cute booths where babies go to dress up against a nice background for some adorable photos. I find these places just lovely (and reminds me of how much I want a baby!). I saw a chubby little baby in a sailor’s outfit sitting on…… Continue reading Just Thinking Out Loud: Do We Sabotage Our Own Cheer?

Against Feminism/MRA · Thoughts · Uncategorized

Socratic Discussions: An Enemy Of The Left

Recently, I had watched a documentary regarding Socrates and how he challenged Greek society, his ideas of democracy and letting everyone, as we say in Australia, have a ‘fair go’ in expressing their ideas and choices. Truly a remarkable man, Socrates was quite advanced and wise in the way he established a way of discussion…… Continue reading Socratic Discussions: An Enemy Of The Left

Motivation · Traditional Values

Handling Hardships: Discrimination and Being There For Your SO

I knew when I decided to live my life in this way, prioritising time for my family first and foremost as a domestic woman, that I would be judged for this for the rest of my life. Discriminated against, especially and maybe even openly hated. While I know this very well, it can be difficult…… Continue reading Handling Hardships: Discrimination and Being There For Your SO