Last year, after graduating from Loughborough in International Business and working in media for Apple iTunes and Warner Bros, I decided to ditch the big names.
Eat, Prayed, Loved my way through Southeast Asia, meditated in Buddha’s birthplace, volunteered in Kathmandu for 2 months for a women’s foundation and solo trekked Everest Basecamp.
Only then did I realise I was still chasing the big names.
Now, I’m writing TV & Film Scripts, I share my art, and I devour one video editing software after the other.
Sonya Renee Taylor speaks of the system of oppression that profit from self-hatred, and offers an alternative: radical self-love to heal body shame, in ourselves and the world. Continue reading Your Body is not an Apology
I was thinking about the cycle of suffering we go through, blaming our behaviour on our childhood. Can a little thought experiment free us from resentment? Continue reading What if we DID choose our parents?
I did not expect to cry watching Paris Hilton’s new documentary “This Is Paris”.
It did not just touch nostalgia, but also trauma. Continue reading Why you have more in common with Paris than you thought