I always knew that I wanted to be a blogger full-time.
Getting to that point was not as clear-cut. There was no instruction manual; there still isn’t.
Not to mention that I didn’t even know what blogging full-time would look like.
I’m a 30-something cat mom and multi-passionate autistic entrepreneur. ✨
I’m the sparkling heart emoji type of adult who sits on the floor and blows catnip bubbles even though the cat doesn’t care after three minutes.
I’m the lesbian cat mom with slip-on Vans, black graphic tees, and shorts no longer than my fingertips that would make your grandmother clutch her pearls.
My top played artists in Amazon Music are Blackpink, Hayley Kiyoko, Jax, and Taylor Swift — to name a few.
I make tea from water heated in a kettle and scent my home with wax melts because I’m scared of catching the place on fire.
My blog is a curation of my interests and activities, so my posts typically relate to current special interests and life experiences.
Because you know what else? I’m autistic, and I find it supes ironic that non-autistic people devote themselves to one topic for capitalism, while my limited interested are pathologized simply because of autism stigma.
My current focus is on rebuilding my life after losing my independence, without coloring inside the lines or fitting into the neurotypical box of society. I don’t know what my life will look like when all is said and done — but I’ll share about my journey along the way.
Galaxy is my lifeline and literal child. She’s spoiled, but what is the worst that can happen? She’s a cat, a forever toddler.
At a glance, she looks like a tortoiseshell cat. But underneath, her fur is creamy and white like a calico. Regardless of official coat color naming, Galaxy is my kitty spice latte.
I might be a bit too sparkles emoji for you, and that’s okay — go find less. 🙂✨
About “Freya J”
This blog has had many names, as have I. (Hello, dissociative identity disorder.)
I’ll add more about it later. ✨