After the slew of BE PRODUCTIVE AND EFFICIENT/AMERICAN DREAM books Andrew and I have been reviewing for our Podcast, I wanted to read something totally different.
Something all woo-woo and cute and ‘oh my god the Universe is conspiring to give me everything’
So I did. Here’s my book review of Light is the New Black.
I was fucking around in my bullet journal and found a way to make habit training not horrible and exhausting.
RuPaul’s Drag Race Grand Finale!
I read who won on Tuesday morning, but that’s okay.
I don’t deserve nice things.
I’m a big fan of the ‘not my circus, not my monkeys’ mi-yeah, you know what?
I can’t write an intro for this while this photo of myself is staring me in the face.
I really look like a monkey in a wig who stole glasses off a sad librarian. Who I am now tormenting as she cries in front of my cage how she just wanted to have a nice day at the zoo even though her date stood her up and why do these things keep happening to her.
You just gotta read the blog post.
A little less than a year ago, I met Deborah de Poorter for a chat and a burger.
Deborah is a writer who wrote “Het valt wel, maar niet mee“, (Rough but poetic translation: It’s not so bad, except when it is”) her own story about developing and dealing with her conversion disorder. She is now working on #Writeyourownstory, a writing course which also features workshops.
She is a beautiful sweet thing of a woman who I enjoyed spending an afternoon with.
And she gave me a quick decision making trick that I am in debt to her for to this day.
I promised I would give you an update on using a Bullet Journal and therefore I will!
Long overdue, but hey. It’s like a period: I don’t see the problem as long as you get it in the end.
My handwriting isn’t that great and there’s a lot prettier Bullet Journals out there, but this is how I use it. My Bullet Journal of the past few months below!
Books about writing are my favorite pastime when I’m supposed to be writing.
Review below on Ann Handley’s Everybody Writes.
Yooooo, almost at the finale of Season 8 of RuPaul’s Drag Race!
My opinions and musings below.
(Pics by my brilliant partner in creative self help crime: Andrew Chin)
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