you can have fun 2moro, I need you today

you can have fun 2moro, I need you today

Ive always thought this and wondered if I will ever meet anyone who understands where I come across with this. But I find this topic fascinating and overwhelmingly dissapointing at the same time. Is what constitutes needing someone? And when does that line get crossed? I always find it difficult to express this, but I … Continue reading

Id like this to be more speech

Id like this to be more speech

It may surprise people to know that I am very often disappointed with the way things are, and supposedly how everything is meant to work. I very often look at the way society is and how it manipulates how we feel and what we can and cant do, and I cant help but feel disappointed. … Continue reading

This is not enough monologue

This is not enough monologue

I recently said this speech about mental health and society at an awareness seminar: heres the transcript: I meant every word and on a day where we are easily fooled, somehow seems appropriate.   ‘Isn’t life So interesting? Just look at all the things we do on average in life as an example. Think about … Continue reading

Geek Apocalypse is one years old: sharing things is so much better

Geek Apocalypse is one years old: sharing things is so much better

On march 27th 2013, after several months of working on the site and doing 5 podcasts in february to prepare,  Geek Apocalypse was born and released into the rich emerald mine of knowledge that is the internet. And now we have reached today, march 27th 2014 that it is our one year anniversary! 58 podcasts … Continue reading

Depression lies part 2: manic depression/ why sharing is everything

Depression lies part 2: manic depression/ why sharing is everything

I recently put up a new vlog where I talked about my battles with manic depression and how I hope that it would help anyone who feels anything like I do get the help they need and some comfort that that someone also feels like they do. heres the link! I have been feeling  over … Continue reading