Self Care

2020 was truly awful in so many ways. That year was my hell, but goddamn did it teach me some important lessons. Never completely rely on someone else. Self care is actually important, and can make a big difference on your mood Same for practising gratitude and pride. Seriously, what the hell? Why had IContinue reading “Self Care”

The Shoshone Nation’s battle against nuclear racism and trespassers on indigenous land

Originally posted on nuclear-news:
Trespassers on Native land,  Linda Pentz Gunter  January 3, 2021 by beyondnuclearinternational  “……………When the military industrial complex showed up in Shoshone country to test its atomic bombs, or excavate a mountain for a potential radioactive waste dump, they were there “as trespassers,” says Ian Zabarte, Principle Man of the Western Bands of the Shoshone…

New Year, New You, Right?

Hey folks, I’m back! I’d say I don’t know why I stopped, but let’s face it, I do. I’d started a new job around June and it needed my undevoted attention. Unfortunately it didn’t last, as the boss closed up shop and when my contract ended that was that. He was pretty new to beingContinue reading “New Year, New You, Right?”

With the world distracted, China intimidates Taiwan

Originally posted on China News:
Tanks in Taiwan The tanks queued patiently with the cars, delivery trucks and bright yellow taxis before rolling serenely through the traffic lights. The drill, in Yuanshan, a town south-east of Taipei, was intended as practice at repelling a Chinese invasion. Some of the tanks, covered in webbing, hid in…

The Garden Journal

When I was a kid, I was raised to love the land. My family would go on walks whenever we could, and mum and dad would point out all the plants you can use: cleavers, comfrey, gorse…plants that are often mislabelled as weeds, pests and useless are actually remarkably good for us. Meanwhile, plants liveContinue reading “The Garden Journal”

We Can’t Forget Libya

It’s hard to believe that the Libyan Civil War only started back in 2014. It feels a lot longer, and it’s pretty sad to think that it’s never been resolved. There are a lot of parties involved, and I’m going to cover that here as simply as I can: The House of Representatives: Libyan NationalContinue reading “We Can’t Forget Libya”

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