Rachy’s Radar 08

Rachy’s Radar 08

Hello October! For some reason, you’re already here and I’m not sure I’m ready for you yet. Whilst September always feels like the beginning of something new, a chance to start afresh, October feels like such a transitional month that make me sit on the…

Rachy’s Radar 07

Rachy’s Radar 07

There are different types of Mondays. The one’s you jump out of bed for earlier than the buzzing of your alarm clock. As rare as those may be, they often indicate a start of something new, something you’ve looked forward to for ages. Then there…

Rachy’s Radar 06

Rachy’s Radar 06

‘By 2020 standards, I think I can report that this month has been pretty calm compared to the others’. That’s what I was about to write before I flipped through my journal only to realise that the ‘others’ I was referring to were also a…

Rachy’s Radar 05

Rachy’s Radar 05

Today is the last day of the month and as per usual I’m back with another media roundup on Rachy’s Radar. This month went by super fast as days blurred into each other more and more. I’ve been experiencing the so-called quarantine fatigue, to be…

Rachy’s Radar 04

Rachy’s Radar 04

May has been a month that spun in so many directions. I’ve lost count of how long it’s been since the start of the lockdown and I began this month sharing my honest feelings with you. As far as months go, this one has felt…

Rachy’s Radar 03

Rachy’s Radar 03

And just like that, another month has come to a close. April was special in its own way, but it was also as confusing and odd in a new way. I turned 23 this month and that was most certainly a day I’ll remember forever;…

Rachy’s Radar 02

Rachy’s Radar 02

This month has felt surreal. I’ve been living within my four walls for the most part and only leave my room to get fresh air in the back garden. I wrote a post last week on how I’ve been coping with The Isolation and the…

Rachy’s Radar 01

Rachy’s Radar 01

If you’ve been reading this blog since its infancy, you probably remember there was a short period where I started a series called ‘On Repeat’. It was a monthly rundown of all the music I had played over and over again passed the point of…