It’s been one hell of a year. I have been married two years and can now speak passable German. This blog has tripled in traffic, had an impressive makeover, and been filled with all kinds of
I am speechless. Utterly lost for words.
In 2010, Steff Metal hit over 300 articles and reached over 30 000 readers, which blows my mind. The fact that there’s so many of you reading the thoughts of a no-name writer down here in
2011 – it’s been an interesting year. A big metal Christmas greeting to all you guys – my brutal, epic, awesome and wonderful readers. I hope wherever you are, you’re surrounded by family, friends, cute kittens,
This year, CDH and I thought we’d surprise our friends with the most metal of Christmas culinary delights ever created: a Viking ship made entirely from gingerbread. It sounded like a great idea, but it morphed
Over the weekend my group of friends held our annual Metal Christmas Party (called Bogan Xmas). We had it later in the year, so it was smaller than usual, but really fun – chilled out and
I am thoroughly exhausted, having just arrived home from a rather annoying hour-long delay at the train station. Delays are part of life if you take public transport, which is cool – I get that. But