Blogger Interview With Tuba

Blogger Interview With Tuba

I really hope you guys enjoy this interview and I hope you take a minute to check out Tuba’s blog which will be linked at the end of the interview.

1. Thank you so much for being a part of this interview. Tell us a little bit about yourself and what your blog is about.

Thank you Pooja for having me, I’m Tuba from India 🇮🇳and my blog is about my unique real-time experiences and the weird facts which I wanna share with all my readers.

2. When did you start your blog and what made you decide to start blogging?

It’s just a few months since the point where I was about to give it all up. I’ve started this blogging culture and I never saw myself pausing it, the pandemic and of course, the universal forces made me start blogging😁😁.

3. What are some of your long term goals for blogging?

I always hope to inspire my readers with my real-time stories and facts and for now, I don’t have any long term goals but to encourage or give some proficiency to my readers.

4. In what ways has blogging changed your life?

I think I find a better me in the inscription And I felt more productive towards the blogosphere and basically, I am from a middle-class family who always think very limited, but as I started blogging I started to explore the world and certainly my thoughts slowly expanded.

5.What was something crazy you believed was real as a child?

While I was a child I feel that when we gulp the seeds of any fruits we would reap a little tree in our tummy 🙈.

One more craziest belief was we had a balcony and whenever I go there I thought I am watching the whole world but as I mature I’ve got a clear conclusion that it existed untrue.

6.Do you have any phobias and if so which one/s?

I have a phobia of larger water bodies. This phobia stops me from visiting the beach, swimming in the sea, or travelling by boat.

7.what is your favourite food? 

I love chocolate pastries and donuts 🍩😋😋.

8.Thanks again and please feel free to add anything you would like to share with the readers.

A big thanks to pooja and all my readers who are reading this interview, Do make sure to check out my blog for more realistic fun and exciting facts.


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Blogger Interview With Rahul

Blogger Interview With Rahul

This interview was so great to do and if you enjoy it as much as we did be sure to check out Rahul’s blog using the link at the end of the interview.

1. Thanks so much for being a part of this interview. Tell us a little bit about yourself and what your blog is about.

My name is Rahul Gaur, and I am primarily a filmmaker who has made 3 short films and is in the process of writing feature films and TV series on spec now. I have a particular affinity with the written word and have also tried to describe myself in a simple sentence.

Filmmaker by day, reader by night and poetry happens in between

The poetry part is what the blog is about. It is a digital archive of all my poems.

2. When did you start your blog and what made you decide to start blogging?

I started this blog on January 12, 2017. Since it is January, I guess you could say it was the air of the start of a new year when you want to strive towards becoming a better version of yourself. My simple aim was to write regularly and seeking clarity of my thoughts when I write (which I talked about in my first blog post. If I satisfy the ignored feelings inside a reader, then all the better.

3. Your poetry is really great- where do you draw inspiration for your poems from?

First comes the first words for me, almost always. It loops in my mind until I accept to put it on paper. Then comes a piece of music to it that holds the rhythm of the words to come. If not this then it’s by listening to music, going on a walk, meditating and following the kick you get from learning new ideas.

4. What inspires you to continue blogging?

If I call myself a writer, I have to write. The other inspiration is gaining knowledge, being in this wonderful community of WordPress and reaching as closer to my higher self as it is possible through writing and thinking.

5. What are some of your long term goals for blogging?

My only long-term goals are to write more than I have written in the past year and read and interact with more poets, writers and other artists.

6. Do you ever experience writer’s block and if so how do you combat it?

More than combatting writer’s block it has been about understanding the source of it. What actually makes me think I can’t write? Is it perfectionism? Is it getting creatively stuck? Or is it an external reason not in my control? Then after accepting these problems, I think and write about them themselves.
Recently I went through an illness that made me sleep throughout the day and made me feel a pain that I have never experienced for such a long time. Instead of not writing because of it, I wrote poems that turned that pain into an understanding of it. How my body is reacting to it, the way the illness is metamorphosing in my body and how my mind feels while battling it. This helped me give the strength to overcome the pain and as well as overcome a potential writer’s block.
 Here is an example of one poem that talks about it: About Fragility

7. What is your favourite food?

All the things that I can’t and should not eat like, Burgers, Pasta and Gulab Jamuns. Oh, how hard it is to resist a Gulab Jamun! It is a bigger battle than overcoming writer’s block.
 Maybe it is the reason why I am not a big foodie.

8. What was your favourite cartoon as a child?

I didn’t have a particular favourite cartoon per se. But I had phases of loving cartoons like Oswald, Galactik Football, Ed, Edd & Eddy and Tom & Jerry. I was more into reading Enid Blyton’s The Secret Seven and The Famous Five.

9. If you could have any superpower what would it be?

I would like to have the superpower to have multiple versions of me to write more, help more, listen more and sleep more.

10. Thanks again and please feel free to add anything you would like to share with the readers.

I would like to thank you Pooja for giving me this wonderful opportunity to express myself outside of my poetry. To anyone reading till here, come over to my blog to read my journey of growth and an attempt at understanding the world around me. If you stick by then, I promise you will learn from the articulation of my understandings as I will learn from reading your works as well. 

Thank you and keep on writing and reading!


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Blogger Interview With Shreya

Blogger Interview With Shreya

I want to thank Shreya for stopping by lifesfinewhine for this interview- she has a wonderful blog so be sure to check it out using the link at the end of the interview.

1. Thanks so much for being a part of this interview. Tell us a little bit about yourself and what your blog is about.

I am Shreya. An 18 year old, trying to create a thoughtful world where I share provoking content from new perspectives. But apart from that, I do write Lifestyle content so that people don’t think that I am an alien. Just Kidding😜

2. When did you start your blog and what made you decide to start blogging?

Well, I started to write only a while ago when I learnt that there are like-minded people across the globe and if my writing could provoke a new perspective on them too. I would be more than happy to help.

3. You write about a number of topics on your blog- do you have a favourite topic to write about?

I do,my favorite topic to write on is Musings where I give people newer ideas to think about

4. What inspires you to continue blogging?

My reading community and impact on them

5. What is your favourite food?

Well, I live for food so I can’t choose one from so many mouthwatering dishes

6. Thanks again and please feel free to add anything you would like to share with the readers.

This was fun! Thank you! For all the readers out there, if you are bored from all those on loop content and want to check out something new, come check out my blog and spend some quality time. 
I also have some lifestyle content and quizzes to offer.
So, feel free to pay me a visit www.thejusayin.com
I WOULD LOVE TO BE THERE FOR YOU!

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Her Voice Pt 3

Her Voice Pt 3

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“What are you two doing here?” Frank asked again.

“It was him- he killed Emma! I know it sounds crazy, but I can explain! The proof is in the diary,” I explained, waving the diary in my hand.

“Is that true?” Frank asked quietly.

“Just give me the damn diary, and no one gets hurt,” Dennis said, looking panicked and pointing the gun at Frank now.

You killed Emma?… How… How can I ever thank you?”

I gasped in surprise not, knowing how to react. “Frank, what are you saying?” I asked, confused.

“That cheating gold-digger was going to divorce me and take half. I would have done the same thing. I guess Dennis just beat me to it.”

Dennis began smiling and turned the gun back towards me.

“Give him the diary so we can get this over with.”

“No. You’ll have to kill me first,” I said, tears pouring from my eyes. The tears weren’t from fear but disappointment. Disappointment that these were the men Emma was forced to deal with, that this is what their marriage ended with, that this is how Emma was treated by the men who claimed to love her.

“That won’t be a problem.”

Just as Dennis finished his sentence, there was a sudden burst of light. We all fell backward, and I instinctively put my hand in front of my eyes to block the light. The light dimmed down, and all that was left was Emma. Her spirit didn’t look like it usually did- covered in blood, skin white as snow. This was the real Emma. She was wearing the dress she died in but looked like she did in the memory.

“Em… Emma, sweetheart, I had no idea Dennis was capable of such a thing,” Frank blubbered. He looked like he had just seen the ghost of his dead wife, whom he admitted he would have murdered had he gotten the chance. Dennis was still on the floor, mouth wide open, too scared to even utter a word.

“SHUT UP, FRANK,” Emma yelled so loudly I had to cover my ears. From the corner of my eye, I saw Dennis trying to grab the gun which had fallen out of his hand when the light appeared. He pointed it at Emma, but she just rolled her eyes and with a flicker of her wrist sent him flying backward into the wall. She turned and pointed at Frank, who began to levitate.

“Sweetheart, listen to me… I’m sorry… I’m so sorry…”

Before Frank could finish his apology, she had sent him flying into the wall too. They both lay unconscious on the ground, barely breathing. Emma turned towards me.

“Grab the diary and take it to the nearest police station. I’ll make sure they don’t go anywhere.”

I scuttered to my feet, diary in my hand. As I was about to leave the room, I heard Emma call my name. I turned around and saw her smiling at me with tears in her eyes.

“Thank you. Thank you so much.”

“I love you so much, Emma.”

“I know. I love you too. Now go”

I stared at her for a few more seconds and then ran out. I hurried to my car and drove to the nearest police station as Emma had instructed, and after listening to my story and looking through the diary, the police made their way to Frank and Emma’s house.

I had left out the dead best friend’s ghost, helped me solve the murder part, and just told them I had a feeling something was wrong, so I snooped and found the diary. I also told them that I had hidden when I heard some sounds and from my hiding place I saw Dennis come looking for the diary. While he was searching Frank came home and they got into a fight which turned very violent because Frank threatened to turn Dennis in and Dennis threatened to blame the murder on Frank if he did so. Dennis beat Frank unconscious, and when he wasn’t looking, I hit him over the head with a lamp and escaped with the diary. I knew it wasn’t the best cover-up story, but it sounded a lot less crazy than my dead best friend beat up some guys who had it coming.

I wasn’t allowed to go with them, but, from what I was told later, they found both Dennis and Frank unconscious on the bedroom floor. When they eventually came to, they admitted to everything and went along with my story. Frank even admitted to verbally and physically abusing Emma when they were married. Dennis was convicted for murder and Frank for several other things which meant I wouldn’t be seeing either of them again for a long time.

That night was the last time I saw Emma. I miss her, but I know she’s at peace now. I just wish it hadn’t ended like this. I wish I could have saved her life. Unfortunately, we can’t change the past, but we can change the future, and that is why I began working part-time at a women’s shelter and started taking online classes to become a counselor, so I could work at the shelter full-time. It’s hard listening to their stories but helping them start over and seeing them get better is the most incredible feeling in the world.


I know I promised I would post the last part last week, but, I got busy, and also I didn’t know how to end the story. I don’t know if I love this ending, but I tried my best, for now, I guess. May edit it later lol…


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Blogger Interview With Jola

Blogger Interview With Jola

So happy to have Jola on lifesfinewhine today- don’t forget to check out Jola’s blog which will be linked below.

1. Thanks so much for being a part of this interview. Tell us a little bit about yourself and what your blog is about.

Thank you for having me, Pooja. My name is Jola and I’m from Nigeria 🇳🇬. My blog is mainly for Gen Zs where I write about  my experiences or others experiences and information that you can find useful or fun as a Gen Z.

2. When did you start your blog and what made you decide to start blogging?

I began my blogging journey about three months ago on March 13th to be precise. I’ve always had a flair for writing and I was feeling very unproductive. You can say that blogging gives me a sense of purpose.

3. You write about a number of topics on your blog- do you have a favourite topic to write about?

I really love writing interviews but I don’t get the opportunity to do a lot of that. I like listening to other people’s experiences and sharing them with my readers.

4. Where do you draw inspiration for your blog posts from?

I draw inspiration from my friends, my surroundings and social media.

5. What are some of your long term goals for blogging?

I guess to get more people to read my blog and benefit from my posts.

6. Is there something about blogging that you dislike or don’t particularly enjoy?

I find promoting my blog posts to be really uninspiring and tiring but it’s something that I have to do.

7. What is your favourite food?

I don’t have a favourite food but I prefer baked goods and pastries. I have a sweet tooth.

8. What was your favourite subject in school?

My favourite subject in school was English language because that was what I was really good at.

9. If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?

I’d go to Paris, it has always been a dream of mine.

10. Thanks again and please feel free to add anything you would like to share with the readers.

Do make sure to check out my blog. Who knows? You might like what you see.


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Blogger Interview With Wayne

Blogger Interview With Wayne

I would like to thank Wayne for stopping by lifesfinewhine- he has one of the best travel blogs I’ve had the pleasure of reading so be sure to stop by his blog which will be linked below!

1. Thanks so much for being a part of this interview. Tell us a little bit about yourself and what your blog is about.

Hi there!!! My name is Wayne and I love to blog about my travel experiences and events happening in my life at the moment. I am from Northern Ireland and have been living in Australia for 4 years now.

2. When did you start your blog and what made you decide to start blogging?

The move to Australia made my decision to start blogging. I wanted to share my experiences and showcase places that I had visited. I started blogging as soon as I arrived Down Under. I had always wanted to try blogging and this was the perfect timing for me.

3. What inspired you to take such a big step and move to Australia?

I had previously been to Australia on a one year working holiday visa. That was in 2009. I fell in love with the country, the people, the weather and the chilled out lifestyle. Therefore, I made it my mission to return 1 day.

4. What do you love about travelling?

I love seeing new places with my own eyes, taking photos, meeting new people and learning new things about different places. I love seeing new cultures and appreciating their way of life, especially the food. For me, it’s about learning every day and opening your mind, your way of thinking.

5. What are 5 things you could never travel without?

First of all my camera! Then my phone (I like to to be connected 🤣), swimming shorts, sun screen and lastly good company. I prefer to travel with others, mostly my partner 🤗

6. What advice would you give to people looking to become travel bloggers or that are just starting out as a travel blogger?

Just give it a go if travel is something you love to write about and share your experiences. You don’t have to have a big following on social media. Also, you don’t have to travel to far and wide places. You can travel local and people will still be interested. Just do what suits you.

7. What is your favourite food?

Italian cuisine. I love pasta!

8. Have you had any crazy travel experiences?

I once planned a trip around the world. I was planning to travel for 1 year around the globe. I had bought my ticket, left my 2 roles of employment, had the most epic farewell parties, said goodbye to my loved ones and off I went. 6 days later I returned home 🙈. As fate would have it, I began a relationship with my partner 3 months before leaving for my trip. Being away was extremely difficult and I didn’t want us to be apart. It was the best decision to return home and 14 years later we are still together 🥰. We have since had many, many travels together.

9. If you could have any superpower what would it be?

I would love to be able to teleport. I could go anywhere at any time and visit loved ones 💛

10. Thanks again and please feel free to add anything you would like to share with the readers.

Thanks so much reading and getting to know me


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Lifesfinewhine- The Random Interviews

Lifesfinewhine- The Random Interviews

You guys- I did a thing! So honoured to be interviewed by The Random Blogger. Go check out the interview and their lovely blog. It was a lot of fun to be on the other side of this process!

Hey there! Welcome back to ‘The Confessions of a Random Blogger!’

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Pooja from Lifesfinewhine. She was one of the first bloggers I ever came across when I first started blogging, and she continues to be an inspiration for me and multiple other bloggers I’m sure.

I would like to sincerely thank Pooja for allowing me to interview her. Check out her blog if you haven’t already!


How would you describe yourself and your blog to a new reader?

Hi, everyone! My name is Pooja and I’m a Kenyan blogger currently residing in Canada. My blog is a multi-niche blog which basically means I write about a number of topics. I have a lot of different interests and wanted to share a lot of different topics with my followers without confining myself to just one topic. I write about my life…

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Blogger Interview With Mama Lava

Blogger Interview With Mama Lava

I want to thank Mama Lava for being part of this interview- she is so lovely, kind and has such a positive vibe! Do take some time to check out her lovely blog- as always it will be linked below.

1. Thanks so much for being a part of this interview. Tell us a little bit about yourself and what your blog is about.
Oh, my goodness, thank YOU, Pooja!  I have read many of these interviews and I’m so blessed to take part.
I am a Scientist, Wife, Mom, and “Mima” (Grandma) who loves Jesus.  My husband and I were once dubbed Papa and Mama Lava by a group of our kids’ friends, and we have gone by it ever since.  During the Covid-19 lockdowns, when we were only allowed to gather outdoors with a few people, the back porch of our home became our hang-out spot.

My blog, Mama Lava’s Back Porch, is the fusion of all the above and is my way of inviting everyone in.  I have a special place in my heart for people who need a dose of maternal love, but the Back Porch is always open to anyone!  I’m extremely grateful for the diverse group of people who drop by to read and converse about life.

  1. When did you start your blog and what made you decide to start blogging?

I am new at this.  I published my first Back Porch post on January 23, 2021.  I really wanted to share experiences and encourage people but, as an introvert, I can be so awkward at conversation!  Since the written word affords me the ability to think, backspace and rethink (I’m not the only one, am I?), I decided a blog would be a good way for me to reach out.  The experience has been amazing so far!

  1. You write about a number of topics on your blog- where do you draw inspiration for your posts from?

I get inspiration from life’s ups and downs.  I have a natural inclination toward silver linings and get such joy out of being able to highlight them for others to notice!  I like to take long walks, to have time with my thoughts, praying over them and putting them in order.  Some get quickly tossed aside, but out of those which linger come strings of exciting ideas, which I’m eager to write about when I get home.

4. What is your favourite post to have created so far?

My favorite post is called “Why I Trust God Enough to Contentedly Let Go and Let Glow”.  It ministers to my heart every time I read it.  It reminds me that I don’t need to stress over the safety of my kids and loved ones because God has their best in mind.  His way might look different than mine, because He is God, and I am not… and that is a REALLY good thing!

5. What are some of your long term goals for blogging? 

I would like to continue building a base of followers who find encouragement in what I write.  Eventually, I’d like to publish a few books on topics which prove most advantageous to people and I hope my blog will help me identify what those topics are.  I also really enjoy making friends with other writers whose blogs inspire me.

6. What are some of the things that blogging has taught you?

Blogging has ruined me!  I’m kidding… kind of.  My work in science is fascinating, but it doesn’t stir my soul the way writing does.  I find myself dreaming of retirement and having time to walk and write all day!  It is an amazing feeling to connect with people all over the world and learn about things from their perspective.  It really is such an incredible privilege!

7. What is your favourite food?

My favorite food is dessert.  Donuts, brownies, cakes, cookies, pies.  My sweet tooth was the driver behind my Introduction Post: Donuts for Dinner and 5 More Helpful Little Confessions about my Life

8. If you could travel anywhere what place would you pick?

What a difficult question; there are so many places I’d like to visit!  Reading blogs about where you all live has made my list even longer.  I have been wanting to go to Panama since before the Pandemic made travel difficult, so I think that would be my first stop.  I have a friend who owns a Bed and Breakfast on a Coffee Plantation there and it sounds heavenly!

  1. If you could have any superpower what would it be? 

My first thought is about my awkwardness at spoken conversation and how I would love to have the right words, in any situation, to make someone feel validated, valued, loved, encouraged, and hopeful.  But I know people who are amazing at that, so maybe it’s more of a talent than a superpower.  It would be hard to pass up the ability to teleport.  Who wouldn’t like to have a breakfast pastry in France, followed by a tour and lunch in Thailand, afternoon chai with a friend in India, before dinner and dancing under the stars in Mexico?  And all of this with no lines or jet lag?  Sign me up!

10. Thanks again and please feel free to add anything you would like to share with the readers.

Oh Pooja, this has been such fun!  Thank you so much for allowing me this opportunity to briefly connect with your readers.  I am truly honored.  I wish you, and the whole LifesFineWhine community, a very blessed day ahead!  You are all welcome on the Back Porch any time you like.


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Her Voice Pt 2

Her Voice Pt 2

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I heard Frank yelling outside the bedroom door. Frank banged on the door and threatened to kick it in but gave up after a few kicks. Classic Frank. She sobbed for a little while and then started to move the nightstand. At first, I thought she was going to block the door with it in case Frank comes back, but she just moved it a little and pulled out a diary from behind it. She began writing in it and I felt a tugging on my shirt again. Emma’s spirit was watching all this too and she was now pointing at the diary. As I got closer, I read the words she had been writing. “FRANK KNOWS ABOUT THE AFFAIR.” 

She put the diary back and started sobbing again. After a few seconds, she grabbed her phone and called someone. I tried to see who, but it was too fuzzy, and I couldn’t make it out. “Frank knows,” she sobbed into the phone. “Because I don’t want to be with you. It was just one night. Frank just left, and I think he’s coming to find you. You need to come over right now so we can settle this like adults when he gets back. I don’t want either of you to get hurt over one stupid mistake,” she continued.

Everything around me began to fade, suddenly we were in the living room. I heard the doorbell ring and Emma quickly opened the door. My eyes widened in shock as I saw who entered the house. Dennis. I felt sick and tried screaming, but no sound came out. Everything began to fade again and, I heard Dennis screaming at Emma. “Why won’t you just accept that we’re meant to be together? I LOVE YOU,” he yelled with a look in his eyes that sent shivers down my spine.

He grabbed her and tried to kiss her, but she was able to push him away and ran up the stairs trying to get to the bedroom. She almost made it but, he ran after her and grabbed her again. He was trying to drag her back downstairs but, she kept struggling and pushing him away. “I hate you, you ruined my life and, I’m going to tell everyone what a psycho stalker you are,” she yelled, spitting at him. He froze, and, in a split second, the look on his face changed. Before I could even understand the new look on his face he had already grabbed and pushed her down the stairs. I heard a sickening crunch when her neck broke as she landed at the bottom of the stairs.

Both Emma’s spirit and I walked towards her lifeless body at the bottom of the stairs. I could see the blood pouring out of her mouth, her eyes still open, and her face as white as snow. I bent down and stretched my arm towards her, but, her spirit put her hand on mine in an attempt to get my attention. She pointed at Dennis, who was still standing at the top of the stairs looking down at Emma’s corpse. There wasn’t even a hint of regret or sadness in his deep blue eyes. “Get him,” Emma’s spirit whispered as the memory began to melt away.

I awoke with a gasp and couldn’t breathe for a few seconds. I shook my head, trying to process what I had just seen as my vision blurred from the tears that were forming in my eyes. “Oh God,” I whispered as I saw Emma’s spirit standing near me, observing me. “Emma, I’m so sorry. I’m going to make this right,” I promised her. I grabbed my car keys and headed for the door. I knew I had to get my hands on that diary- it was vital evidence that could link Emma and Dennis. She had probably written more about him earlier too.

I checked to make sure Frank’s car wasn’t there when I reached the house, and, as soon as I had confirmed he was at work, I unlocked the door using the key they hid under their mat and ran towards their room. I pushed the nightstand away and saw what I had been looking for. I grabbed the diary and started skimming through the pages. “I made a stupid mistake”, “Dennis is pressuring me to leave Frank”, “Dennis showed up at my yoga class today”, “He showed up at the house today but, luckily Frank was out getting dinner,” “I’m scared he’s going to find out about Dennis.” There were a bunch of posts about Dennis, each more terrifying than the last. It was clear he had been stalking her for quite a while now.

“Give me the diary.” I flinched in shock and turned around to see Dennis pointing a gun at me. “Give… me… the… diary. NOW,” he yelled as I flinched again but this time out of fear. “How could you?” I asked. “I don’t have to explain anything to someone as stupid as you. All I had to do was get you drunk, and you blabbed everything to me. I just had to follow you for a few days, and, voila- you lead me straight to that stupid diary,” he said, shaking his head. “I mean, come on… no wonder Emma never told you about our night together- she knew you were too stupid to keep it to yourself,” he continued. “I trusted you. SHE TRUSTED YOU, AND YOU TURNED INTO A MONSTER,” I cried. “Of course, I turned into a monster. SHE turned me into a monster. She had been leading me on since high school- using me every time she and Frank had a fight and then ignoring me the minute they made up. For years I was her little lap dog,” he said with a sick look on his face.

We both turned our heads as we heard the front door open and, then, close a few seconds later. It must be Frank- I had no idea why he was home but, I have never been so relieved in my life. Before Dennis could do anything, we heard Frank’s footsteps approaching, and, soon he was standing at the door, his eyes wide with shock. “WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON?” he exclaimed.

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Blogger Interview With Jen

Blogger Interview With Jen

I really want to thank Jen for being part of this interview. As you guys know we take mental health very seriously on lifesfinewhine and I really love when people talk openly about mental health because that’s the only way we can decrease the stigma around it. Jen is one of the amazing people out there that talk about mental health (along with other topics) and is also just a really great person so it would be super awesome if you guys took a minute to check out her blog and support it.

1.Thanks so much for being a part of this interview. Tell us a little bit about yourself and what your blog is about.

Thanks so much for interviewing me, I really enjoy learning about new people through your posts so it’s cool to be one of them! My name is Jen, I blog about pretty much everything but my main topics are probably mental health and invisible illness.

2. When did you start your blog and what made you decide to start blogging?

I started my blog last year, my first post was published in September 2020. I always used to write growing up, diaries, short stories, poems.. I loved it, and I guess somewhere along the way I had stopped. So with the world going a little crazy and my mental health being on a downward slope I figured why not just go for it, it’ll make me feel better at the very least.

3. Mental health is something I think is super important to discuss openly. What inspires you to share your experiences about mental health?

I spent a considerable number of years keeping how I was feeling and what I was struggling with to myself, until I got to the point one morning where I got off the bus, rang my doctor in tears saying that I couldn’t go to work that day because all I could think about was jumping in front of the train. No one should get to that point, and no one should feel ashamed for feeling bad. I have been diagnosed with severe anxiety, depression and ptsd and the best thing I’ve done is be honest about that and get the help I needed.

4. How has blogging affected your mental health?

Blogging to begin with was hard, I had so much I wanted to say but I put so much pressure on myself that it was very hit and miss. Now it makes me really happy, literally no one could read my blogs and I’d still enjoy writing them and posting them and it helps me process a lot of the things going on in my head by typing them out and sending them out into the world.

5. What are some of the things you love about musicals? 

Oh musicals  From a really early age I was surrounded by music and musicals and they were always a way for me to escape. The magic of the music, the dancing, the songs.. the fashion, it’s like being in a whole other world, but also, music just feels good to me, there’s a piece of music or a song for every mood/feeling I think.

6. What advice would you give someone currently suffering from mental health problems?

Be kind to yourself, I know it sounds obvious but it can honestly be really difficult to do this. Talk to a friend, a family member, your doctor, call a helpline, it can be totally anonymous if that’s what you prefer but just don’t keep it to yourself, write it down, say it out loud, paint it.. do whatever helps you and remember, it is not your fault!

7. What is your favourite food?

Ooh my go treat is a Chinese takeaway, I love a satay beef with a chow mein and egg fried rice.

8. What was your favourite cartoon as a child?

I was obsessed with The Moondreamers but no one seems to know what it is! It was a bunch of magical kids living in space who delivered good dreams to earth children, and they had a villain who sent nightmares instead!

9. What is the weirdest experience you have ever had?

I think either bungee jumping or skydiving, I did both things to raise money for charity or I would never have been brave enough! That weird feeling of being literally out in the air looking down and knowing anything could happen was crazy, but beautiful, but terrifying!

10. Thanks again and please feel free to add anything you would like to share with the readers.

Just thanks for reading, come say hi if you want to, and remember we are all human, no one is perfect, but let’s try not to be a 🍆!


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