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feeling good…. sometimes

I think it’s quite difficult to push oneself and believe in oneself when it occurs that people who are very close to oneself seem to have opposite feelings to that. Of course, strength and confidence comes from within or should come from within and at the age of 32 one should probably be able to …

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Back to what?

so, I’ve been lucky. Very lucky indeed, to have been gone for seven weeks. There was a 30th birthday that I went to at the end of July in the south of Germany. There were many old friends I hadn’t seen in ages and it was great to hang out in a relaxed almost pre-covid …

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what ever happened with green corduroy

When I think of clothes I think of the stories they carry. When I was a child in the early 90s my mother made me a puffer jacket with fabric she had very obviously bought in the 80s. Fresh green with muti-coloured black rimmed hearts on it. The other kids didn’t think it stylish … …

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9 answers to 9 questions (2/3)

Those few years ago Rife magazine invited me to go on screen and answer 9 questions on equality and change. Here’s the second part of this little series: 4. What does equality mean to you? Equality means respect. Equality is humanism, is consciousness. It’s the opposite of unquestioned repetition. What we’re used to is inequality, …

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9 answers to 9 questions (3/3)

This is the last part of this little Q&A series on equality, gender and change that was conducted for Watershed. Enjoy 🙂 7. In the last 100 years we have achieved? In the last 100 years we have achieved a lot. On a political level very much has been done towards equality, I’d almost say …

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9 answers to 9 questions (1/3)

a few years back I was invited to take part in the creation of a short film that was recorded and distributed for International women’s day ( Yes I was read as a woman.. but well… it’s for the political outcome is it, so I said yes). I was asked 9 questions, and their answers …

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The loss

It’s peculiar, how one can feel so connected to pieces of metal, how one can assign emotions and moods and a character to something that before it was assembled was only scrap. My bike has gone. It’s something I’ve been told most Londoners go through in their lifetime… some even more than once and yes …

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Who you gonna call?

And another week of social distancing/ lockdown measures. Another week in which the sun is out and one’s on the phone for hours or on the computer trying to reach out to friends. It’s up and down really, up and down… at the moment I’m personally on an up again and I feel fairly but …

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what to do when frustration strikes

Well I guess there is many answers to that. One can retreat into oneself or latch onto another person. Blame oneself or someone else and there is always a difference between ones own frustration and the frustration of someone one really cares about. I used to write lists, when I felt good I meant as …