100 Days Of Being Geek Chic and Healthy

I am happy to announce that I will be guest blogging/contributing to Ariel’s blog for her project of 100 days of being geek chic and healthy! So on top of my normal blog posts I will be writing posts that are based around her challenges for the next few months.

I can’t begin to say how grateful I am to her for giving me this opportunity! So all of you wonderful people of and check her blog out!
Nerdy-birdy (Ariel’s blog)


Everyday Cosplay Friday – Thor Inspired Outfit



I think that Thor’s costume is absolutely gorgeous! I’m not going to lie, it’s beautiful. I think that the silver armour that he has would be quite difficult to replicate, but if I could I think that it would be quite effective.
I think that to make this into an outfit or a girl was quite difficult but I hope you take inspiration from what I pulled together.

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My next project!

20140706-140239-50559251.jpg I am taking on a new project, which is to read The Hobbit by J R R Tolkien, which may be a struggle for me, but I’m willing to try! It’s nowhere near as long as The Hunger Games but the font size is rather small and with my appalling eyesight it’ll be difficult for me to read, even with my glasses on!

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Naming Children After Fictional Characters?

When I was younger I thought that it was ridiculous that people would name their children after fictional characters, but as I thought about it, most of the population are named after a fictional character in one way or another. I then realised that I am in fact named after a fictional character (in a way) I’m named after the Norse goddess Freyja, the goddess of love and war, so if I think it’s ridiculous then I am a bit of a hypocrite. Whether it would be biblical names (it’s debatable as to whether biblical names are fictional, but I think that they are) or names that are from fiction (tv/films/books) I don’t really think it matters as long as there is a good enough reason for choosing that name!

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