Start Where You Are: An Illustrated Journal For Self Exploration – Meera Lee Patel

A sucker for pretty books, a passion for scribbling, and an endless curiosity mean that I’ve tried plenty of journals over the years, but Meera Lee Patel’s Start Where You Are: An Illustrated Journal For Self Exploration has got to have been one of the most beautiful. Small and unassuming, this notebook focuses on embracingContinue reading “Start Where You Are: An Illustrated Journal For Self Exploration – Meera Lee Patel”

The Art of Shouting Quietly: A Guide to Self-Promotion for Introverts and Other Quiet Souls – Pete Mosley

First published on Alt Magazine. There’s a lot of brilliant people out there. But we don’t always hear about them, because society is formed in a way that suggests that to be brilliant you must be bold, brash, shout loudly and tell everyone about your brilliance. This doesn’t come easy to everyone, and as PeteContinue reading “The Art of Shouting Quietly: A Guide to Self-Promotion for Introverts and Other Quiet Souls – Pete Mosley”

5×15′s Capitalism and its Discontents, London – review

5×15. Not 75, but an evening of intellect and inspiration. A brilliant concept, developed by journalist Rosie Boycott, her daughter Daisy Leitch and the literary events promoter Eleanor O’Keeffe, the event is a highly relevant literary smorgasbord. Five speakers, 15 minutes each. Sometimes there is no connection between the orators at all; the only linkContinue reading “5×15′s Capitalism and its Discontents, London – review”