six hundred of you | gratitude + shameless plug

I hadn’t planned on posting today, but a teeny tiny celebration is in order –  thank you for 600 followers?! Having made it to 500 I thought it would take a lot longer to break another hundred, but the internet can be unpredictable at the best of times. Thank you so much for being here, I appreciate it beyond words.

Since I don’t have a whole lot to say, I thought I’d just remind you all of where else you can find The Electric Oracle;

50 Facts About Me (me being Clodagh!) –

Snapchat: electric_oracle


I hope you’re all feeling healthy and happy. Thank you for being here.

Love and luck,

Clodagh X


five hundred of you | something different

I’ve gone through about 14 clichés trying to come up with an introduction to this post. THANK YOU FOR 500! As always, I never ever expected to gain any kind of following when I started The Electric Oracle, so to see it grow like this is wonderful.

To celebrate this milestone (of sorts), I’ve put together something a little bit different…

I thought it would be nice to ~expand my horizons~, so there you have it! I won’t necessarily be making videos on a regular basis, but I enjoyed putting this one together + I hope you enjoy watching it just as much. I mean, it’s shoddily edited and very very cringeworthy, but hey. Life is too short to care, “those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind” etc etc etc. If you make it to the end of the video, I applaud you.

Love, luck & gratitude,

Clodagh X

just say it | saying everything says nothing

It’s incredibly easy to go overboard when writing. There is, however, a lot to be said for just saying something. No frills. Just get to the point.

We try so hard at times to add depth to something by making it more complex. We hurl in adjectives with all our might, hoping we will strike a more powerful chord as a result. Does it work? In my opinion, not really. It results in nothing but confusion for whoever your message is intended for.

I also believe that an overuse of words conveys fear. A fear of committing to what you are saying, to just spitting it out for the world to hear. For your world to hear; maybe even for you to hear. 

Don’t worry about saying everything. Just say it. Maybe you’ll surprise yourself.