Alright Fangirls, ages ago I got myself the Flo-Control box from Madame Ladybug. I bought it as a tester, and wrote my thoughts about it here. I was thinking about how nice it was to have snacks delivered before my period, along with helpful feminine care items. So I thought that it would be rad to go hard and get myself Ladybug’s fanciest box; the ultimate indulgence!
It’s me. I haven’t been journaling here because I haven’t been posting as much as I’d like. I feel like work has taken over in a way where I can’t concentrate on things I care about as much, but I’m working to make that less true. It’s one of those things where I have to get into the swing of it, and try to ease myself back into writing while doing all of the other things.
Fangirls, if you follow my personal accounts anywhere, you know that I am obsessed with Moana. It’s an absolutely gorgeous movie that features a girl who was chosen by the ocean to grab a demigod and save the world. So when it came out on Tuesday, I was inspired to make some cupcakes that were reminiscent of the movie.
Fangirls I’ve been suffering from a very severe depressive episode as of late. For me (and many others) that means an extreme loss of interest, increased negative thoughts, and just an influx of sad. It’s difficult for me and my significant other to deal with; there’s a lot happening in my brain, and most of it is bad. In minor attempts to combat the feelings and thoughts, I’ve been doing research at work; we have access to workshops, and some of them are specifically for mental disorders.
Fangirls, my mum has been suggesting this show to me for months, and during my sick time last week, I finally started watching it. It’s a show about (you guessed it) a crazy ex-girlfriend. A bit of a sexist term to use for the show, but that’s addressed in the theme song.
A while back, I read Sepulchre and Labyrinth by Kate Mosse. Both were part of a trilogy loosely connected by very enjoyable. I’ve finished the third book, Citadel, and though it was different than the other two, I still enjoyed it.
The boy and I celebrated Valentine’s this past weekend, on Sunday, so we could have a super lazy day together. He did phenomenally; he made both breakfast and dinner (which was 2 courses!), and everything was delicious. But we hit a bit of a bump in the road early on when he realized that we were out of feta cheese (and he wanted to make eggs with feta as a side to his main breakfast). I recommended trying out the gruyère that we’ve had packed up for ages, and so we tried that. It was so delicious that I’ve eaten it twice since then. Here’s how you can, too!