I was going to write an article about feminists that inspired me, but I have covered that already for International Women’s Day, see here. There’s a character who’s been a great friend since my childhood. I remember what I did to celebrate when I wrote my first novel – I watched Pippi Longstocking. The theme… Continue reading Pippi Longstocking – my shero since I was little or “There isn’t room enough for my whole horse on that little snip of paper.”
I came across an article that mirrors a bit what I've been doing since my pregnancy. I focus on reading books by female writers. Particularly feminist books, but any books written by females will provide you with a different perspective on writing and the world really. Women experience this world in a different way. In… Continue reading Reblog: Why I Read Exclusively Female Authors for the Last Few Years and What I’ve Learned.
We know this. Every single one of us will die. We don’t know if there was a before or there’ll be a thereafter. Is there something like reincarnation? What do we do though with this knowledge? What do we do? My dream is to be financially independent, travel, explore different cultures and foods, take photos… Continue reading You will die for sure!
Thank you to all the women, who have influenced me, stood by my side or angered me. Thank you, mama, you have tried to support me as best as you can. Even though you’re a victim of patriarchy and you can’t escape it for yourself, you have rebelled for me and I see and appreciate… Continue reading Celebrate women – International Women’s Day
I’ve broached the topic of being right in People banging on about your past mistakes. But there’s more to it. I told a tale about a person who needs to be right. But the truth is, that all of us have it ingrained. The need to be right makes us blind to the hurt we… Continue reading Of being right