Since August 20th, 2007, at least 20 detached human feet have been found on the coasts of the Salish Sea in British Columbia, Canada, and Washington, US. The first discovery, on August 20th, 2007, was on Jedediah Island in British Columbia. Feet have been discovered on the coasts of islands in British Columbia, and in the US cities of Tacoma and Seattle.Wikipedia I’ve come across this … Continue reading Crime Time! The Mystery of the disembodied feet appearing on the shoreline…
Lockdown Self-Care Movement! As is the case with many Lupus patients, I've developed awful hyperpigmentation! I still have remnants of a butterfly rash on my nose 6 years later! I also have it on my upper lip and it looks like a bloody moustache! Sooo embarrassing! I have tried so many products. So many things. … Continue reading Hyperpigmentation? Finally a magic trio that is doing wonders for me! And it’s cheap!
Firstly, I HATE the word “rehoming”. This is not a pet that you are giving to someone else. It’s a child, YOUR child. I’ve seen a lot of stories and documentaries about this. A lot of them have been absolutely horrific and others made me think. I believe that when you adopt a child, that … Continue reading Rehoming a Child, you Adopted. Vlogger Myka Sauffer rehomed her child and this topic has made headlines and got people talking.
Frustration, anger, sadness, anxiety, grief, a sense of being lost. These are just some of the feelings I am feeling right now. The best way I know how to deal with it, is to write about it. I apologise ahead of time if this upsets any of you. I need to figure out my “new … Continue reading I’m Struggling. I’m Lost.
The World still turns Chronicles I love children. Absolutely adore these little innocent souls. Yeah, you get a little naughty one but there are ways of dealing with children. I dont have any of my own but I have lots of nieces, nephews and Godkids. I am firmly against corporal punishment. I find creative ways … Continue reading Child Abuse on the rise. Sickening stories and what the Professionals say.
So, I'm trying to stick to the Self-Care movement. I have good days and I have bad days. Like, uggggh I have to wash my hair. My hair is quite long so it's quite the job. I've really been having fun with all the new masques and stuff I bought! Johannesburg is notorious for just … Continue reading Lockdown Self-Care Movement. Update and some DIY Products!
Something you might not know about me is that I have a morbid fascination with crime, especially serial killers and weird deaths! I've always been fascinated by it, for as long as I can remember. I thought I would start adding this part of my life to my blog. I hope I have some fans … Continue reading Weird Unsolved Mysteries
I just wanted to share these quotes today because I felt that we could all use a reminder about the importance of equality. It truly terrifies me to see that people can be murdered for existing and that black people are still being treated like this in the 21st century. George Floyd is one of […] … Continue reading A Post by a Friend from Kenya Living in Canada- Quotes About Equality — lifesfinewhine
Writer’s Block Sucks If you’re a writer you have very likely experienced writers block at some point and I think we can all agree that it straight up sucks. I’ve been blogging for a few years now and over time it did get harder to come up with new topics and post ideas. Especially after … Continue reading 5 Ways To Beat Writers Block
Visit A Chronic Voice for this month’s linkup prompts! This month prompts Searching Hoping Traumatizing Honouring Responding It has been a rough year and it doesn’t seem to be getting any better. It is like you think you reach the bottom and find you can fall more and the ground is just never stable under … Continue reading A Chronic Voice Prompts: June