Month: January 2014

Day 29: Organise and Organise More

Part of series From Scratch to Super(Wo)man: My Take on the Zero-to-Hero Challenge Today’s task is to draft an editorial calendar. To a person who organises everything (I mean everything) in her life, it would be more of a challenge not to have an editorial calendar already. I’m immodestly proud of having published each of

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The Weather Is Playing Siberia

I live in what is erroneously termed the Temperate Climate Zone. This winter’s weather particularly lacks temperance. Perhaps it has been drinking? It probably has and it has mistakenly come to believe that this is Siberia. This winter I’m freezing so much that no amount of vodka can possibly keep me warm. I cancelled all

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Day 27: Revisiting Ghosts

Part of series From Scratch to Super(Wo)man: My Take on the Zero-to-Hero Challenge Today’s homework is to revisit your favourite task so far. Inclining as I am to instruction deconstruction as much as to self-torment, I chose to revisit my least favourite task. That is, putting yourself at the mercy of social networks. I dodged

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