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Thank you for being tired: Four of Swords

Breathe in, breathe out. Repeat if necessary. Now, I want you to think of the most resilient and together person you know. That person who takes challenges in their stride and somehow always seems to come out of it alive. 505 more words


Workaholism: the truth about success on paper (Ten of Cups)

I have something to admit. I’m a workaholic. I don’t know where the past four months went. I really don’t. I have a purple diary where I schedule in everything – including my personal life. 590 more words


Back On the Inside

I’m back in Los Angeles, after an intense few months in Sweden. I gave only three performances this time around, all well received and the last two sold out. 527 more words

Self Confidence

Just hold on

Two years ago , I was obsessed with success.

You know , these days we’re surrounded by a lot of information on how to achieve it. 183 more words

Mental Health

5 Things We Should Know About Workaholism

It has been said that too much of everything is bad, and for the most part we believe it. Yet, work is such an honourable endeavour that it’s not so easy to comprehend “too much” of it. 22 more words

Published Articles

Guest post - I give myself permission

This week, I wrote a guest post for Spoonie Authors Network. I was asked to talk about how I write despite my mental illness, and how I manage the days when I simply don’t have the “spoons”, or the energy reserves, to even function. 55 more words

Writing A Novel

I Give Myself Permission

Making stuff up has always been my mental sanctuary. Writing and drawing started out as things I did to escape both pain and boredom, and they quickly became the centre of my life as I turned them into passion and career.  870 more words

Writing Journey