30 day miracle morning.

As I’ve almost finished “The Miracle Morning” by Hal Elrod, I’ll be starting my ‘miracle morning challenge’ tomorrow, Monday 12th March. This is what my morning routine will look like for the next 30 days:

5am: wake up + drink water

5-5:30am: write in my journal (more on this on my post Morning Pages)

5:30-6am: prayer, meditation, affirmations + visualisation

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Paris, I’m here

I arrived in Paris last week on Wednesday and I started at my new school, le Conservatoire National Supérieur d’Art Dramatique, the following day.

So far I looooove the school. The students and staff are super friendly and welcoming, and I feel like I’ve been studying here a lot longer than just 4 days! Continue reading

Waking up at 5:30am

For the last 7 days I’ve been getting up at 5:30am. Yes, that’s right. Half five in the morning. As soon as my alarm rings I get up, switch on the light and shake off any sleepiness.

It hasn’t been easy, that’s for sure, and I know it sounds quite extreme, but I did it because I wanted to see how beneficial it would be and if it could make me more productive. In short, it has. And I would definitely encourage you to give it a try!

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Video of the month

I just wanted to share a clip that kept me motivated throughout January. I watched this video a few times each week and generally had it playing in the background as I ate my breakfast or got ready in the morning. Best of all it’s only 6 minutes long. Enjoy!

Morning Pages

I’ve recently started this new thing called ‘Morning Pages’. Basically, the first thing I do after my alarm rings is write. I write and write until I’ve filled three whole pages in my notebook.

The purpose of the ‘Morning Pages’ is to provide some clarity, encourage you to be honest with yourself and unblock your creativity. I quite like writing every morning now because: I’m able to address issues that I would otherwise ignore Continue reading

Keeping the faith in 2018: new year, new goals!

I’ve decided that my motto for this year will be “Keep the faith”. That means that no matter what happens in 2018 I will keep believing that great things are ahead and always remain hopeful. As with every year I have chosen specific goals that will help to expand my potential, bring more peace into my life and help me to see the world from a different perspective.
Towards the end of 2017 I became very lazy and idle, and I think it might have been because I was overambitious and gave myself too many goals to achieve and too many things to focus on throughout that year.

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More from Greece!

Greece was amazingly, fantastically, exceptionally, incredibly, beautifully brilliant and it was an unforgettable first visit to the country. The weather was divine, the beaches were stunning and the people were exceptionally friendly and warm.

I visited Athens, Serifos and Syros during an 11-day adventure which was plenty of time to explore everything as a solo traveller. Whilst on the islands I stayed in small apartments that were all walking distance from the ports, good beaches, historical sites and decent restaurants.

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4 sold out shows of Bite Your Tongue

We finished our final show on Saturday and I just cannot believe our luck. That was our 4th sold out show and we had another full-house standing ovation. The feedback that we got from the audience was just incredible. People felt moved, inspired, provoked, enraged, they could relate to so many of the topics we touched upon during our hour long performance and lots said they would love to watch it again with friends and family who missed the show.

I am so grateful that we were able to affect our audience, show after show, by unapolegetically sharing our truth and our story. Continue reading

Bite Your Tongue rehearsal photos!

Only 7 days until showtime. Come join us for a night of great theatre at Hackney Showroom on 31st August, 1st & 2nd September at 7.30pm!

Bite Your Tongue is the latest show from Talawa Theatre Company’s TYPT.

Enough is enough!
How long can we do nothing?
How long can we bite our tongues?

In a city fracturing under the weight of hate and fear, a movement grows.

A new tower can be spotted on the skyline, nestled in between the glittering symbols of the city’s wealth and power.

Built by different hands.
Occupied by different bodies.

As the media becomes more divisive and political leaders lay blame on ‘both sides’, Bite Your Tongue asks whether we should find ways to come together or express ourselves on our own terms. Continue reading