15 Adorable Geeky Plushies on Etsy!

I’ve loved plushies since I was a little girl and that hasn’t changed as I’ve gotten older, they’ve just gotten more geekier. Between my original 80’s Care Bears, my fiance’s Pokemon plushies and our combined World of Warcraft ones we’ve got a nice collection growing. Plushies are a gift that transcends all barriers and I’ve yet to meet a geek who hasn’t melted when presented with an adorable plushie – especially if it’s from their favourite fandom! They’re fun and innocence all wrapped up in one and that is what makes them such a perfect gift for the holidays. As mentioned in my Gift GuideRead More →

Incredible Gift Ideas for Gamer Geeks!

Now that you’ve worked out that your geek is a gamer the next important thing to do is to find out which device they use if they are a video game player. This is especially important if you are going to get them a new game (I would suggest using their wish list so you do not buy one they already have) or a gift card (see below for details). There are multiple different devices now and if you don’t know which one they use then the chances of you purchasing something they can’t use is high. If in doubt; don’t buy an actual game.Read More →

Inktober 2018 Prompts - Fandom & RPG

Welcome to the fourth in a series of posts featuring prompts for Inktober – This week the theme is Fandom and RPGs! If you’re not familiar with Inktober I’ll be going into more detail in just a moment but basically, it is an art prompt that takes place every October using only ink. There is a set prompt list created by the original Inktober founder, however, it has become such a wonderful community project now that there are so many new prompts popping up each year. Every year Inktober is responsible for the creation of so much fantastic art and connecting people with new artists.Read More →

January Update

My life very rarely goes according to plan (this January especially), and the past year has been a lesson in accepting that. In doing so I realised that I’d completely shied away from posting personal blog posts, hiding what was happening in my life and especially anything related to my health. I’d comment about it, usually to apologise for a late post, and that would be it. That doesn’t jive with the whole point of this blog, nor with my way of living and I realised that I’ve fallen into a pattern of shame and anxiety about what other people think. In trying to cultivateRead More →