A signature I was about to scribble that foggy December evening could have been the worst mistake of my life. I was curled up in a comfort of my editorial office, handwriting the letter I never thought I'd write. Two and a half years here went by so fast; I
Lena Dunham, the writer of the 'Not that kind of girl,' interviewed Hillary Clinton a few weeks back. And when the she asked Hillary, if she was a feminist, Hillary answered with a bright smile – “Yes, absolutely”.
I relate to Hillary - I am one of those people who just
Sleepovers and ballet classes; who needs more than that?
Ballet was something I always did. From as far back as I can remember, I danced ballet. It was never something I thought of doing professionally, though. It was just something I did because I liked it. I’d go to school, play
NEW YORK CITY, USA - This week, long after I went to a spinning class for the last time, I decided to give it a shot. I was never too much into biking but wanted to try something other than running or Pilates. Needed some exercise, burn calories, decompress for
"I dreamt of being 'normal' in all the senses you can imagine", I wrote about my personal journey as I reflected on leaving the stage and point-shoes behind for a 2nd life. And as Carrie started to talk about the differentiation between ballet world and the normal world, I knew
I was going to be a doctor
NEW YORK CITY, USA - I was born on the island of Jersey, which is a ‘Peculiar of the Crown’ - part of Great Britain but operates under its own ruling. My parents were born in England but worked very hard to be able
Are you opening your Facebook account and facing just another article telling you it is high time to leave your job? Or are you reading how I changed my life in 30 days for the fifth time? Or are you just pondering about the many other career advice only to
Beep. You have a new message in your inbox.
It was a gloomy morning, and I was just about to set up my to-do list for the day when I heard the beep. No secret it was my boyfriend. Distance makes us use email and other technological weapons more often that we
Things that seem to be normal
LONDON, UK - Where should I start? It happened three and a half years ago, but I feel as if only a blink ago. Three and a half years ago I decided to quit my corporate real-estate job, to leave the country where I was
You become what your learn
‘Show no pain’. This was the first lesson I learnt as a 9-year-old aspiring ballerina. This sentence predestinates your life. Forever. You learn that you have to perform no matter what; that if you don’t perform, you fail. You learn that nobody is interested in your