Hello loves, and happy Saturday!
Today’s post is one I’ve been meaning to put together for probably like a year now… I’ve played around with the idea multiple times since then and it’s never felt completely right, until today.
I’m a perfectionist when it comes to a lot of things, but it mostly manifests in my Spotify playlists.
My music taste isn’t anything overly sophisticated, in fact it is best described as a young adult novel coming to life.
And you know what that means… bops, it’s all bops.
So who better to bring you a playlist full to the brim of girl power anthems? Read more
Despite previously writing about why I’m thankful for my period, I think most uterus-owners would agree with me… it’s often a pretty crappy time.
My period symptoms have changed (and worsened) over time and I, like you (probably), have developed my own set of tricks for getting through the shedding of my uterine wall.
These might not all work for or suit everyone, or maybe these are things you already do, but these rituals and products are what work for me. Read more
To the two most wonderful pals a girl could wish for,
I don’t understand what I did to get so lucky, but I need to start by saying that you are more incredible than you can possibly imagine.
I don’t really believe in fate, but the chances that our paths would ever cross were slim, so I feel like I either made the perfect decisions, or there was a reason for all of the questionable ones.
Whatever reason, I truly won the lottery, not just in knowing you, but in being a part of our relationship.
I can’t think of anything I wouldn’t do for you, and I hope you know that. Read more
Photo by Sam Xu on Unsplash
If you’re new here, you might not know that I suffer from chronic pelvic pain.
I’ve recently had surgery to investigate the cause of this, which I’ll find out in a few weeks, but the running assumption is that I have endometriosis.
If you don’t know, endometriosis is a condition where the lining of the uterus grows outside of the uterus, which causes pain along with a whole bunch of other symptoms that vary.
Endometriosis can also cause infertility.
And this, funnily enough is usually the thing people know about endometriosis.
It is also the thing that people seem to feel most comfortable about asking me, and it’s often the first question out of their mouth.
‘So can you still have kids?’ Read more
Ok.. So we’ve been here before (repeatedly if you follow me on Instagram), but I’ve clearly been absent from here for a while.
Nearly two months to be exact. I haven’t published a blog post in nearly two months.
I guess it’s a combination of things that have lead to this point. Read more
Before I even start, I need to preface this post by saying that I haven’t had a real period in over two years now. I’m on the pill, so my ‘periods’ are withdrawal bleeds or fake periods (I have a post on this if you missed it).
Also, I need to acknowledge that my stance in this post comes from a place of privilege. I am privileged to be able to make my period manageable, I have access to menstrual products, pain medication and birth control. I am also privileged to be able to afford reusable period products and I recognise that not everyone has access to any or all of these things.
With all of that that said, on with the post… Read more
The 2019 Australian Budget was released on Tuesday the 2nd of April, boasting a $7.1 billion surplus.
This is the first Budget to be delivered here with a surplus in 12 years, so how is it so huge?
I think the answer to this was put best by Greens spokesman on disability services, Jordan Steele-John, “we’re back in the black, but that surplus is built on the backs of disabled people,” about 23 percent of the surplus is a result of cuts from the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). Read more