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Changes, changes.

Ages ago, I’ve read (on Twitter, because is there anything else to read?!) a thread about the state of media. The person in question explained how journalism has changed. Social media, not publications, break the news. We all know about the battle for clicks that can perpetuate outrage, but also generate clicks that are essential to keeping…

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To London Town, five years in

After three years of drafting, destroying what I’ve written and despairing, writing it again and repeating the process, I’ve cleaned up the first draft of my novel. It sat in a drawer for a while, waiting till I mull over the edits, growing as I jumped into NaNoWriMo last year to have better control over…

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Rejecting the perfection: Exercising past the eating disorder

I was a good student, but also an insanely clumsy one with odd mannerisms, and my school coach was my dad’s best childhood friend. They played football together back in the day, which my father reminisced with pride because they set up a local club together, and he wasn’t a soft and sweet type either….

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Lady Bird and a letter to my 19-year-old-self

I’ve been a massive fan of Greta Gerwig for a while now. The indie darling has never failed to melt my heart, whether with writing or acting; from Greenberg, Frances Ha through Mistress America, 20th Century Women and Maggie’s Plan, her natural aura and intelligence has always added a certain je ne sais quoi to almost everything she picked up. I’ve just liked…

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