Today’s post is going to be a little bit sentimental to both myself and probably you guys too. Especially as we have reached the milestone of my first month of blogging. I cannot believe that Hazardous Minds Blog is officially a month old and what a month it has been. Before we get into reflecting on the first month and upcoming things I just want to say thank you. The past month and support I have received has been truly incredible I couldn’t have imagined this happening. So truly from the bottom of my heart thank you so very much and here’s to another productive month. Firstly, I would like to welcome any new readers joining us this week by introducing myself and Hazardous Minds.
For those of you who aren’t already aware my name is Kirby-Liane and I am the owner of Hazardous Minds. I am 30 years old and currently living in the north-west of England with my family. My passion for writing began as early as 2006 and slowly progressed after I decided to enrol into University. I am just about to begin my final year of a Forensic Psychology degree after 5 other years of study. And so I decided towards the end of the last academic year that I wanted more from my life. And so Hazardous Minds was born. For more information about my university journey check out The start of it all…
How Hazardous Minds Began
Even though I have just reached my first month of blogging Hazardous Minds has been around a little longer. You see, Hazardous Minds was a concept that has been in the works since around February 2021. Back then we were still in a lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic and I spent most of my evenings with friends online. One of my friends and I would hang out more than others and his name is Xandr. And one evening whilst doing what we usually did we ended up with the concept that would become Hazardous Minds. Deciding originally to discuss the differences in people’s lives and how even though we may act and behave differently we are all the same. We then went on to create Hazardous Minds and our first platform was a podcast.
Unfortunately a few weeks into the podcast launch, however, we had to put the project on hiatus until further notice. This was due to health issues that were affecting my Co-Hosts life and so I began to work on developing the blog. For more info