So I Have A Migraine…

But this is one of the weird ones. There’s no stabbing pain in my head yet but I have cramps and I’ve gone deaf in my left ear. Normally it starts with blurry eyesight before the onset of pain. 

Actually, scrap that. As I wrote the last sentence I began to feel throbs across my left temple and the eyesight in my left eye is starting to go along with it. 

I’m gonna wrap this up and get some meds. Seriously folks, migraines are not just a headache.

Lily Eve 


A Few Things About Me

I’ve never really introduced myself on this blog nor have I established a theme or a schedule so I thought that I would let you all into my life

  1. I’m type 1 diabetic, I was diagnosed at six
  2. I like kpop (EXID mainly) which is a tad cringy but it is a lot easier to be a fan of than western music due to the more frequent releases and fan interaction.
  3. I study ICT and I enjoy it, I just wish that there were more girls in IT because programming is the language of the future and if women don’t learn it we’ll lose all the equality that we have fought for
  4. I am a native English speaker, have learnt French in the past and I am currently studying Spanish. I would really love to learn Irish and Korean in the future.
  5. This is my sixth blog, the previous five didn’t work out for various reasons but this is my corner of the Internet for now.

Onwards and Upwards 

Some of you may know me, others not so much. I don’t mind. In a way I find it harder to write when people I know are reading but I’m not writing anything mean so I have nothing to worry about.

I used to have really bad mental health issues. Anxiety, depression, paranoia… And it really changed me as a person. I was lashing out, saying horrible things that I didn’t mean and I’m ashamed of that. But it’s in the past now, I’ve moved on. 

Mental health issues will always lurk in the shadows for me but I can say that I’m happy now and that my life is going onwards and upwards. I know that isn’t the case for many people, but trust me, no matter how dark it gets there is always light at the end of the tunnel. You may find that light in certain people or maybe by making a lifestyle change but it exists in many forms and we, as human beings, must strive to find that light. 

Lily Eve