I read somewhere in a magazine that journalling was the “IT” thing to do. And by that I mean that loads of celebrities are apparently doing it and loving it. I have no idea whether there is scientific proof that journalling is good for you, but they were praising the results. Now seeing as I … Continue reading journalling…
As soon as I enter a dance studio I am guaranteed to have my personal space invaded. Teachers will prod and poke me, I will inhale other people’s sweat vapour and probably roll around in their sweat angels* on the floor. Sounds really disgusting doesn’t it? My advice and main focus of this post is … Continue reading 500 words on personal space
I have a friend (one of my best friends) who’s schedule is so choc-a-bloc that it’s difficult to find time to see her. Are you free then? No. How about then? Not really. Is an all too common conversation between us, it’s probably all that our text conversations consist of. I’m not saying this is … Continue reading 500 words on being busy
It is a Sunday night. I’ve just spent 9 hours standing in the ridiculous heat checking tickets at a British Superbike Meet and working up (quite frankly) an impressive red face á la sunburn, when I find myself watching Star Wars. And whilst I’ve seen it before, know what’s going on and have seen all … Continue reading 500 words on classics (and star wars)
When I say I’m a dancer I get a mixed reaction. Especially when they ask what genre and I reply contemporary. Generally speaking people think that contemporary is and I quote ‘pretending to be a tree’ or backing dancers in a music video. To which I snort (unattractively) and reply no, I mean come on … Continue reading so what is contemporary dance?