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Sound of Paper: Keeping our Footing, waiting for fame

on January 27, 2014

five activities that help me to feel grounded

  1. baking
  2. washing up
  3. having a shower
  4. putting my hands on the earth
  5. concentrating on my breathing

fifty things I value about myself (I’m feeling like I’m getting big headed having to think of all these good things about myself)!- withj a ‘fame’ type theme this time

  1. I organised three charity gigs
  2. I did quite a popular radio show
  3. I ran a feminist group
  4. I was part of an animal rights group
  5. I posted good things about my day, every day last year
  6. I did a photo a day project one year and completed it
  7. I completed nanowrimo two times
  8. I attempted nanowrimo eight times (I think)!
  9. I had something published in the local paper about feminism
  10. I was quoted in an article in the independent to do with the pussy riot protest
  11. I was interviewed for a podcast
  12. I was interviewed for a zine
  13. I was the first one to be chosen to learn to dispense at work (of the people who started around the same time)
  14. I won tickets to hard rock hell
  15. I interviewed paramore (well two questions)
  16. I interviewed robots in disguise
  17. I also interviewed Sue Denim separetely
  18. and Dee Plume..
  19. I won tickets to see Suzanne Vega
  20. I won tickets to see Hair
  21. I got up on the stage for the finale of Hair
  22. I’ve had poems published
  23. I wrote a few articles for Mookychick
  24. I wrote for thegirlsare
  25. I wrote for Joyzine
  26. I write for The F Word
  27. I wrote for Disrupt
  28. I wrote for Firebrand magazine
  29. i wrote for Louder Than Hell
  30. I wrote for Wears the Trousers
  31. I have done a silent dj set
  32. I have done a dj set at Saks (twice)
  33. I have done a dj set at The Railway (three times)
  34. I organised a Bodylove flashmob
  35. I volunteered at Million Women Rise
  36. I’ve attended Million Women Rise alone
  37. I’ve attended Don’t Turn Back Time, a feminist protest alone
  38. I’ve attended feminism in london alone
  39. I attended witchfest alone
  40. I’ve walked on fire
  41. I’ve walked on glass
  42. I have done a sweat lodge and managed to stay in for the whole time
  43. I’ve learned to play a few songs on the ukulele
  44. I’ve wrote a zine
  45. I can read faery oracle cards
  46. I can do faery healing
  47. I’ve shaken hands with Patti Smith
  48. I’ve done the Colourthon twice

49. I’ve done a film fundraiser for the local women’s shelter

50. I’ve been to gigs alone


five choices I am proud of

  1. going vegan
  2. choosing to be a pagan
  3. choosing to be a faery shaman
  4. choosing to join the spiritual group I was in
  5. choosing to marry my husband 🙂







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