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Mostly at this age, I write about things that turned out to be good decisions. And I still write a lot about feminist motherhood, to be honest.
Created 04 Apr 2021
  • Seasonal Change
    22 Sep 2021 • 13 min read • 4 1
    From my Instagram Practicing Surrender I got my first tattoo recently. It was a surprisingly sensorial experience. I had anticipated only pain, but in reality there was hours of stillness, more than I...
  • How Men Are and Aren't Surviving
    28 Jul 2021 • 12 min read • 5 1
    Shawn Taylor I have been wanting to publish a conversation with my friend, Shawn Taylor for a long time and when you read this interview you will know why. Shawn is a writer and university lecturer wi...
  • This is Your Reward
    16 Jul 2021 • 7 min read
    From my Instagram Letting Go A poem by Fay Zwicky Tell the truth of experience they say they also say you must let go learn to let go let your children go and they go and you stay letting them go beca...
  • The Existential Crisis of Parenting a Teenager
    01 Jul 2021 • 9 min read • 5 0
    From my Instagram One Thing “As parent and child, you will never fully understand each other,” the psychiatrist said1. Letting Go A friend, someone I have known through feminist blogging for most of m...
  • To You Darling, the Tired Parent
    01 Jun 2021 • 10 min read • 3 2
    From my Instagram On Identity Politics I can say, new parents, that you should not spend too long thinking up the perfect name for your baby. My twelve year old son’s friends are enjoying changing the...
  • Ordinary Beauty
    14 May 2021 • 10 min read • 2 0
    From my Instagram Walking the Dogs For Anxiety Theirs, not mine. They are Italian Greyhounds. It is a fairly anxious breed. Extraordinary Beauty A fun and also interesting read on the the end of Kimye...
  • Short Reads for Pandemic-Fatigued Brains
    21 Apr 2021 • 3 min read • 6 4
    From my Instagram Co-sleeping I outsourced the last years of my attachment parenting to the dogs. They have slept with my son since he was eight. At twelve, he’s a very settled sleeper. No wonder peop...
  • Stories of Middle Age
    04 Apr 2021 • 3 min read • 21 12
    Parenting Teenagers in a Pandemic After lock-down my daughter returns to school with jet lag. She is the only person in the country with jet lag. Every plane grounded. She has been staying awake all n...
  • Mostly at the age I am now I write about things that turn out to be good decisions. I still write a lot about feminist motherhood, to be honest.
    04 Apr 2021 • < 1 min read • 1 0
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