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Forgetting the past

The past – your past – is history. It’s been, it’s gone and nothing can ever buy it back and whilst to a great degree it’s shaped and defined who you are today it can’t hurt you. It doesn’t have to hurt you unless of course you let it.

todayMay 28, 2015 38


The beauty of being average

This week my friend and I did a vulnerable thing – we swapped recordings of one another’s singing voices. It was both fun and scary, because our voices were so different – she has a beautiful, sweet and clear pop/folk voice, and I have a voice that in the pop-range sounds like an over-earnest bespectacled twelve-year old choir girl. However, when I sing opera it’s transformed into a beautiful, pure spinning […]

todayMay 12, 2015 15


The economics of sex

I had the pleasure of writing for Moral Revolution just recently. I’m a huge supporter of their work and all the team do from counselling people in difficulty, to inspiring healthy relationships.

todayApril 29, 2015 15


Giving up the ghost

I have a confession: I often think of myself as a ghost. I don’t do this consciously, needless to say, but there is something about my self-identity that tends to forget I have a body. As a child, I was bony and awkward, but intelligent. While my friends moved with grace and agility, I kept away from team sports, and excelled in the world of brain and exams. 

todayApril 2, 2015 36



Thanks to an evil virus, this month I lost my voice for the first time since I was a teenager. My voice began like a choirboy’s voice breaking: husky, punctuated with squeaks; and by the end of the day it was barely a whisper. My throat hurt, but from the engine-centre of my neck, as though I had been revving it too hard.

todayFebruary 26, 2015 28