Welcome back to #RiseOfTheBadger: The new blog by the same author that brought you 60 Days Of Meat, The Fourth Cat and Vascular Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome: The Journey Begins #RiseOfTheBadger follows my online gaming persona "honeybadger" on a journey into the world of online video game streaming. With the stage now set, it's time to sit … Continue reading #RiseOfTheBadger: A Twitching Badger
Good Day one and all, welcome back to #RiseOfTheBadger. Firstly let me thank you for coming and taking a look at my blog. Now you have had a little introduction as to why we are doing this and who "HoneyBadger" is, I would like to briefly go over some of the requirements for this streaming … Continue reading #RiseOfTheBadger: The Set Up
Not read the first post to #RiseOfTheBagder ? Click here to read it first Meet "HoneyBadger" That right there, that fine example of a young man you see before you is the "HoneyBadger" "HoneyBadger" has been my online persona for a number of years now. Mainly since getting back into the PC gaming arena when … Continue reading #RiseOfTheBadger: A Brief History
A year has come and gone since the 60 Days of Meat project, and yet here we are with little new content. My writing seems to have become stagnant. I wrote and published a book, started on an exciting blog, and then left you all high and dry while I disappeared off into the abyss … Continue reading #RiseOfTheBadger: An adventure into the world of video games & streaming
August 22nd 2013 5 years have gone by since being diagnosed with the rare affliction that is Vascular Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome. I thought about writing a long post in my usual format of an article, but to be honest, I'm pretty tired and getting through the working day is enough these days. Instead I'm going to … Continue reading Diagnosis Vascular Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome: 5 years later
“Vascular Ehlers-Danlos syndrome is a killer, a silent assassin that has the power to take away a life in the blink of an eye. It is no joke. There is no cure and no real treatment. It is relentless. It doesn’t just affect individuals, but it affects whole families, often taking the lives of multiple … Continue reading When A Sneeze Can Kill: Living Life With Deadly Rare Genetic Disorder, Vascular Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome | The Ehlers Danlos Society
A bizarre short story about unconditional love and self-discovery. When Eric meets Gabriella, he soon comes to realise that she is the woman of his dreams. After a few months of bliss together, Gabriella goes away to Spain for a short break. Eric, being unable to get time off work to join her, offers to look after her three cats whilst she is away. Over the course of the next few days, Eric is drawn into a new way of living. He begins to sample a new lifestyle, one which he doesn’t want to give up. But when Gabriella returns from her holiday, will she still feel the same?
Welcome back to 60 days of meat. I honestly never thought that I would last this long, but look at that, 7 weeks completed. 49 days of eating near on nothing but meaty goodness. Glorious. You may have noticed I am incorporating both weeks 6 and 7 into the same blog post. The reason, because … Continue reading 60 Days Of Meat: Week 6 & 7 Complete
Hello and welcome to my blog, Author Interviews. My name is Fiona Mcvie.
Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we? Tell us your name. What is your age?
My name is Matt Smith and I am 37 years of age
Fiona: Where are you from?
I was born and bred in the sunny seaside resort of Skegness, UK
Fiona: A little about your self (ie, your education, family life, etc.).
I left school at the age of 16 to go out into the world to earn a crust. I now work in sales, but like to spend my evenings writing. I’m currently trying to get finished a new epic adventure with squirrels, although whilst studying for a degree in Health Sciences time is a limiting factor.
Fiona: Tell us your latest news.
Writing wise, I am working on a blog, “60 days of meat” which is proving useful…
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Welcome back to 60 Days of Meat It's been a while my friends. It appears I am behind. Like sand, time has been slipping through my fingers lately. Blink and its gone. I don't know whether it's just me, but I seem to notice it more now; perhaps this just comes with age, or with … Continue reading 60 Days Of Meat: Week 5 Complete, Cornwall Camptastic