Life update: Where I’ve been, how I’m doing, and when I’m coming back

This blog post is going to be very difficult to my usual stuff. Beyond opening up about mental health in the context of cinema, I’ve never really written too much personal stuff on here as I try to keep parts of my life separate. But since my last proper update wasn’t since early July, it seemed fair that I give you a quick update on … Continue reading Life update: Where I’ve been, how I’m doing, and when I’m coming back

Time To Talk Day 2019 | Why creating a film blog changed my life

This isn’t hyperbole: Lucy Goes to Hollywood really did change my life. In fact, a few years ago it didn’t exist. The idea hadn’t even crossed my mind. It seems so strange to think that one of the darkest times in my life helped me to create something I love so dearly, and go on to meet a community of many like-minded people. People that I’d happily … Continue reading Time To Talk Day 2019 | Why creating a film blog changed my life

The Solitude Stigma: Why going to the cinema alone doesn’t make you a ‘loser’

Disclaimer: Before I go into any detail, I want to preface this article by reminding you that these are my experiences (and those of the people I’ve referenced). I’m not trying to speak for everyone here, but I believe this is a valid problem that exists in society so I wanted to address it.    Would anyone be interested in reading an article about my … Continue reading The Solitude Stigma: Why going to the cinema alone doesn’t make you a ‘loser’

LGTH Scrapbook: an easy, creative way to preserve cinema tickets

Get your own Paperchase supplies and help to support the blog using my link!  Many of us love keeping hold of our cinema tickets. They hold so many memories: maybe you took someone special there, maybe it was your first time, or maybe you just really loved the film so you wanted to keep hold of it. Whatever your reason – keeping tickets is pretty … Continue reading LGTH Scrapbook: an easy, creative way to preserve cinema tickets

“They’re all gonna laugh at you!” – Social Anxiety and Blogging

  The above quote was taken from Carrie (1976). I thought it was fitting.  – I appreciate this blog entry is different to my usual content, but I wanted to share a little more about my personal life with you all. For those who also suffer from social anxiety, you’ll definitely understand that it interferes with your life in many ways. It can’t be switched off, and … Continue reading “They’re all gonna laugh at you!” – Social Anxiety and Blogging