I find it funny how I’ve spent the last few minutes staring at the screen, trying to write about this. Even when writing about writer’s block, I get writer’s block. I would say that COVID lockdown has been the main culprit of my writer’s block, but that would be a lie. When lockdown hit back … Continue reading Lockdown Brain & Writer’s Block | Update
Winchester, Hampshire. Ye olde capital city of the United Kingdom. Home to the world's longest Medieval cathedral. Childhood city of Frank Turner and Colin Firth, and the resting place of Jane Austen. It also happens to be where I call home. Home, for me, begins in my flat. It's a light dappled sun trap in … Continue reading My Winchester (Through A Lense) | rosie abigail
What is bujo-ing? To quote the official bullet journal creator, it is an analog system “to help you track the past, organize the present, and plan for the future.” To quote me (Rosie Lewis, avid bullet journal-er), “my bullet journal is my baby and I cannot live without it”. That may be a little bit … Continue reading Bujo-ing for Beginners! | rosie abigail
I don’t live in my childhood bedroom anymore. I haven’t lived in my childhood home for nearly six years. My family sold that house in Caldicot to move to Abergavenny for my mum’s job, where I gained a new, smaller room. I also gained a room at my grandparents, where I stayed to complete my … Continue reading Childhood Rooms and Change | rosie abigail
In 2017, I visited the magical Greek island of Crete; boy oh boy was it beautiful...