“Tea time?” … “Tea time.”
Board Game/Card Game
Creator: Greater Than Games + Storm Chaser Games
Age Range: 14+ | Number of Players: 2-8 | Game Time: 30-45mins
Have you ever wondered how much you and your sister/brother/partner/best friend/etc. think alike? This is the perfect game to test your theories.Continue reading “Medium: A Mind-Reading Party Game”
Home-cooked meal by Ad
Dinner tonight consisted of baked chicken thighs in a garlic tomato sauce, mashed potato, brussels sprouts and beans (plus mushrooms for Ad). Now, if anything can make brussels sprouts taste good, it’s worth its weight in gold. This sauce, my friends, is golden.Continue reading “Chicken Thighs With Tomato Garlic Sauce, Mashed Potato & Greens”
The thing a lot of Aussies have been dreading leading up to Christmas has happened. We’ve had a Covid-19 outbreak in Sydney’s Northern Beaches, resulting in the rest of the Australian states closing their borders. Fun times.Continue reading “A Very Covid Christmas”
I haven’t hit you all with a recipe in quite a while so in preparation for Christmas celebrations, here’s a super tasty punch recipe that’s my go-to for pretty much all occasions. It’s an easy-to-make strawberry and lime Moscato punch cocktail with floating fruits and all…cheers!Continue reading “Easy & Delicious Strawberry & Lime Moscato Punch Recipe”
Ok, I know it’s not over yet, but what even was 2020?
Don’t get me wrong, I’m not hating on it. Contrary to popular opinion, 2020 wasn’t actually horrific for me. I know that a lot of people were negatively impacted by Covid-19 to varying degrees and I’m definitely not shitting all over their experiences, but I can’t say that I’m personally hateful towards this year. I still just can’t wrap my head around everything that happened and how quickly it has flown by!Continue reading “What Even Was 2020?”
Now, I wrote this post a little while ago when MCR announced a reunion (and a visit to Aus for Download Festival 2020) and it was posted as a page on my “Things I’d Swipe Right On” section. That section is a thing of the past. It’ll no longer be in page format but future TISRO posts be posted as actual posts. Anyway, that’s neither here nor there, but I couldn’t go past re-posting this so my fellow emos can wallow in the fact that MCR never did manage to get themselves out to Aus and it’s still not o-fucking-kay.
Don’t…Continue reading “My Chemical Romance Reunion //_^”
Where the rainbow ends is just a matter of perspective.
You are somebody’s pot of gold. Science says so.
Now, we’ve all had a hell of a lot of time on our hands recently so we don’t have to feel guilty about taking a weekend solely to binge a TV series or three. I’ve compiled a bit of a list of some of my favourite Netflix shows currently streaming. They come from a few different genres so you might find that some are to your liking and others are not. Either way, here are 5 seriously good Netflix shows to watch in 2020 while we’re still under the Covid-19 iso thrall.Continue reading “5 Seriously Good Netflix Shows To Watch In 2020”
Since I’ve starting writing for other people as a day job, my own writing has come to all but a stand still. This is my answer to a stale mind. I call them shorts. They’re basically little pieces of a story told in 10 words or less. I’m not sure how often they’ll make an appearance, but I’m hoping they can help me get back into that good, good writer’s groove.
She drank her coffee. Then, joy.
Genre: Fantasy fiction
Thank you, thank you, thank you Brandon Sanderson! After years of trying to overcome a reading slump, you have brought my literature loving soul back to life.
The last book to have me so utterly engrossed in its pages was The Name of the Wind by the wonderfully talented Patrick Rothfuss. That was at least 3 or 4 years ago now. I was beginning to wonder whether another book would ever have the same effect on me.Continue reading “The Final Empire: Mistborn Book 1 by Brandon Sanderson”