[OWLS August Blog Tour] Godfather

Greek mythology and folklore are everywhere in western culture. In some places, these stories are even taught in schools. Not going to lie, I am a bit bitter that my school didn't but moving on. Growing up, I started to fall in love with folklore and mythology. While films like Hercules probably helped foster this interest, it... Continue Reading →

OWLS Book Recommendations

If you follow me on Twitter, chances are you might have spotted my poll I ran in regards to what kind of content folk would like to see here. Thank you to everyone who voted, I appreciate your feedback. What surprised me was the amount of interest in book recommendations. I am not complaining, I... Continue Reading →

[OWLS June Blog Tour] Mind The Crossing

This month our topic of discussion is mindfulness.  As part of my mental health journey, I have been studying different ways to practice mindfulness in my daily life. Something I ran into early on was this romanticized idea of mindfulness. You know what I'm talking about, all those videos and social media posts of folk... Continue Reading →

[OWLS May Blog Tour] Don’t Panic

Despite what certain interesting folk have been preaching, no the world isn't ending. Kinda feels like it at times with the lockdown and everything but the earth is still spinning. This month, our OWLS prompt was Adapt. Something that, if you think about it, humans have been doing since we first walked this planet. We... Continue Reading →

[OWLS March Blog Tour] I’ll Carry You

Devotion. More often than not when you hear that word it's referring to either romantic partners or spiritual faith. However, my knee jerk reaction to this months topic was an example of neither. Rather a case of someone so devoted to a dear friend that they would cross the earth to help them. Because one... Continue Reading →

[OWLS October Blog Tour] Changing Seasons

There are many ways we can interpret the word, fantasy. For example, we can talk about how a fantastical place could glorify what reality should be or the dangers of ideal expectations. Fantasy could also be seen as taking a “wild journey” or a “hallucination” and how that can affect our psyche and well-being.  Fantasy... Continue Reading →

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