Tag: Creativity

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Juices

Every so often (very often) I become a master procrastinator. I may have a list of 78 things that simply must be done RIGHT NOW but there I am gazing at my navel and wondering who would play me in the cinematic biopic of my life (Philip Seymour Hoffman is no longer with us so I guess… Bette Midler?). I’m in a creative rut … Read More Juices

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Amazing April

I’m in a bit of a slump at the moment with the blog. I mean, I have been blogging regularly but it’s been mainly film reviews (which obviously I LOVE) but this isn’t exclusively a film blog and I want more of *me* to shine through. I’m just having a problem with content, like what do I want to talk about? I’m sure if … Read More Amazing April

Fall Projects

Autumn is my own version of Spring and when the days are bright and crisp, I’m inspired. I thought I’d let you in on one of my favourite ongoing projects and how my partner and I have been working to streamline everything for our brand new season. I’m talking about the podcast I co-host with my friend James – it’s called All Out of … Read More Fall Projects

Weekly Digest

This week I’m digging: Marcella IMDB Synopsis Marcella Backland left the Metropolitan Police for the sake of her family, only to have her husband leave her. She returns to her job on the murder squad, investigating a case that seems disturbingly familiar to her. Fucking hell. This show is great, Anna Friel is brilliant and men are the worst, obviously. There are a lot … Read More Weekly Digest

Worry Woman

My main act of #radicalselflove this week is to stop worrying so much. I don’t know when I started being such a fretter but it seems overnight I caught the worry worts and now I lie awake at night remembering things I had aimed to do that day, but didn’t get around to or emails I wanted to send. Go to sleep woman! I … Read More Worry Woman

Ready, Set, Done

Our ten-minute free-write is back! Have no mercy on your keyboard as you give us your most unfiltered self. Via The Daily Post I’ve recently been doing so much proofing and other stuff for work, and stressing while I do it, that my own creative endeavors, even reading my choice of literature at the end of an evening, has gone out of the window. This … Read More Ready, Set, Done

Sing When You’re Winning

A few years ago I decided it would be beneficial to my creative soul to start doing at least one thing a year that took me outside my comfort zone. Like a course, or join a club, that sort of thing. The first was the Stand Up Comedy course which was terrifying but easily one of the best things I have ever done. That … Read More Sing When You’re Winning