Toasting a woman who taught me to embrace both kale and gratitude.
At the moment, I mean in this moment right now I am repeating to myself: isuckisuckisuckisuck a mantra I would like to backspace right now. But then I’d be lying. I’ve written two blogposts in the the last month. Didn’t manage to make them perfect so they are still in drafts. Most days I wake … Continue reading
What time is it? It’s BIRTHDAY TIME! Come dance with me… …because it’s my first day of being thankfully, fully in my mid-30’s and I am feeling grateful that I made it. This song exemplifies what I feel on this perfect cloudy London day. I sing it nearly every day: This year which has stretched … Continue reading
Right now my life seems to resemble a series of unfinished short stories. To be fair, that is not due only to the fact that my computer no longer works and I am forced to endure potentially carpel tunnel-causing injuries when using my weary iPhone ALL THE TIME. In the midst of dream-making, real life stuff … Continue reading
Seth Godin has some inspiring advice for all of us who care about doing great work but might be struggling. When we do start to make the money we might need to make us comfortable, may we ponder this: “I’m making money, why do more?” Because more than you need to makes it personal. Because … Continue reading
This is the YEAR OF THE 30-somethings. Case in point: 1. Beast of the Southern Wild: directed by Benh Zeitlin (1982) who co-wrote the screenplay with childhood friend Lucy Alibar (1982) who says she “found influence in films like “Babe” (1995) and Steven Spielberg’s “E.T.” (1982)”, Best Picture Nominee and Best Directing Nominee 2. No: Takes place in the 198o’s in … Continue reading
Please take the time to sign this petition: https://secure.avaaz.org/en/petition/Free_Austin_Tice It matters. The people of Syria matter. A young journalist with dreams to show the face of war matters. YOU matter and by signing this you are saying NO to the apathy that often plagues our generation. THANK YOU!
Austin Tice is just another 30-something in pursuit of his dreams. We kill ourselves every day with McDonald’s and alcohol and a thousand other drugs, but we’ve lost the sense that there actually are things out there worth dying for. … So that’s why I came here to Syria, and it’s why I like being … Continue reading
Here’s a little video diary about the magical V-Day in Rome. Enjoy 🙂 project1979 was proud to represent.
In solidarity against indifference and apathy, tomorrow I’ll be at the Colosseum and Spanish Steps in Rome to dance my fanny off for One Billion Rising. I am psyched! I think I’ll wear my boots. And I’ll be dancing for this woman in particular who was part of the project1979 London edition: I am also rising for … Continue reading