It is New Years Eve and I have decided it is time to reflect on the year, this time in video form. Safe to say that it has been an interesting year, and not just because of Covid. Please note that the video does play, even if it looks like it doesn’t. Continue reading VLOG: End of 2020
“I have a perfectly healthy brain. It just doesn’t contain feelings. And that doesn’t necessarily make me a bad person. It just means I have to work a little harder than everybody else to be good” – Olivia Cooke, portraying … Continue reading Deciding who I want/need to be…..
There are two ways that I could approach this article. I could easily say that I am just doing this to be fashionably late with me looking at my 2018, almost whilst saying “doing a year review within the year … Continue reading 2018 Review/2019 Preview
On July 2nd 2018 I celebrated six years since I came out as transgender to friends, family and work colleagues. It has been an often awkward, mostly liberating and sometimes uncomfortable six years (seriously, female underwear is exceptionally tight), but … Continue reading “We’re in the end game now!”
Back in March I had my future planned out. I was in two jobs that I loved, I had just been approved for the final operation in my transgender journey, and life was generally good. Did you notice the constant … Continue reading It’s been a while….
I logged onto WordPress yesterday to write a film review for the other site I run on here and there was a notification waiting for me. Naturally I thought it was a just a “someone likes your post” notification, but it turned out that it was letting me know that it had been a year since I joined the site and I have spent the time since reflecting on the last year. So, before I start, here is a song….. So let’s start with what brings most people to the site and that is my change of gender (seriously, … Continue reading WordPress, women, work and wrestling
So a few weeks ago I posted about how I was aiming to lose a bit of weight. I was confident in losing the first few stone very quickly indeed, but things haven’t quite worked out as I had hoped. I weighed myself a few weeks back and I was 20 stone 10, 290 pounds for my American friends, and I was shocked. It was comfortably the heaviest that I had ever been in my life and I set about losing weight. I was confident of losing it quickly as I had lost 3 stone (42 pounds) in a two … Continue reading Several weeks later….
Just before New Year’s Eve in 2011, I was out with my friend Charlie in Leeds and she is taking pictures of everyone. There were several of me that were less than flattering to say the least. At the time I weighed just shy of 19 stone, that’s 266 pounds for those of you who don’t use the stones system. I was huge. This motivated me to finally lose weight and in January 2012 I set upon the only diet that I have ever done and I made it very difficult on myself. I would regularly bike to work (which … Continue reading Here we go again……