At the peak of Cape Sounion lies this impressive temple, leading up towards it on three sides are trails of ancient archaeological roads and evidence of existence from so long ago and free to look at and roam around at your leisure. The final side is a sudden drop towards an ocean that spans towards … Continue reading Temple of Poseidon
What do you do when everything falls? Everything you’ve worked for, suffered for, struggled to build. What happens when it all crashes down around you? It’s what I’m asking myself right now. Surely the only option is to rebuild. The real question is how do you rebuild? Do you remake what you had before but … Continue reading When everything falls
So recently an opportunity came up for me to apply for a television show for trans people, following their transition for a few years. I kind of want to apply? I’m torn… I’m a pretty private person when it comes to serious things, I hate being serious and I hate talking about serious topics, and … Continue reading Big TV break?
Just after a few days of evening storms that flooded the streets we finally were able to access the beach in the evenings and the result was the most amazing sunset I had ever witnessed. After taking an ungodly amount of photographs, my friend and I went swimming in the ocean and there was something … Continue reading Sunset in Glyfada
I have decided after long last to learn French. Growing up in England, French was always pushed on me very aggressively as they are our closest foreign neighbours (though I guess actually language-wise that should be some kind of Gaelic but we never were encouraged to learn that – shows how much we still don’t … Continue reading Learning a new Language
So I got my first real binder. Part of me expected it to feel like this huge momentous occasion, something magical and Earth-shattering…and yet my day was just the same at it would have been had I not been wearing a binder. I didn’t develop superpowers or breathe fire. It was just a normal day. … Continue reading Baby’s first Binder~!
So I have been doing a LOT of research into transitioning lately, mainly focused on testosterone. Recently I was informed that it would take up to two years to receive hormones on the NHS. I don’t want to self-medicate hormones, I want to do it legitimately, but it’s very hard when you’re being told to … Continue reading Preparing for hormones! Transitioning NHS or Private?