Baby it’s cold outside

It’s cold outside. Do you know how I know this? Because I’ve been told. ‘Brrrr, it’s cold out there’ has become the new ‘hello, how are you?’ Waking up to messages in the WhatsApp groups expressing shock at how cold it is this morning. Colleagues at work commenting on the cold, strangers in the streetContinue reading “Baby it’s cold outside”

A Lettuce, a Tofu and a Clown Walk into a Bar…

With a degree and presence within sport and in fitness, my political views and rants are not always welcomed by my athletically-inclined followers on Instagram. So I prefer to keep my sporting identity separate from my other interests, and An Extroversion allows me to do just that. Welcome to another piece on today’s political thoughtsContinue reading “A Lettuce, a Tofu and a Clown Walk into a Bar…”

Why you should care about Roe V. Wade, even if you don’t live in the US

Why does it bother you so much when it doesn’t even affect you? A question asked to me in response to my views on Roe v. Wade in the US. But it does affect me; it affects all women everywhere because it is, simply put, an attack on women’s rights. It is giving the rightContinue reading “Why you should care about Roe V. Wade, even if you don’t live in the US”

November’s Book of the Month: All My Mothers

I recently read ‘All My Mothers’ by Joanna Glen and it is, without a doubt, one of the best reads that I’ve had the pleasure of enjoying in quite some time. This book explores the different types of love that one can experience, as the main character Eva tries to understand what love is supposedContinue reading “November’s Book of the Month: All My Mothers”