We shouldn’t need the beginning of a new calendar year as motivation to get our lives in order. It’s not like we only realise that we’ve been neglecting trying new things, ditching that unsatisfying job, or getting in shape, as the minute and hour hands snap to attention on New Year’s Eve. If we’re honest withContinue reading “New Year’s Irresolutions”
The whole process of bringing lines to life in the VO recording session reminded me of the importance of keeping in mind where your words are destined to be next in their journey.
I have to prioritise, and I don’t like it. This got me thinking about one of my favourite topics: time. Then I had an existential crisis, so I stopped.
So ‘write what you know’ makes sense, right? I would agree to a certain extent, but at the same time I find the guidance restrictive and unambitious. Let me explain why.
However fantastical the worlds are in which stories are set, and however enigmatic and colourful the characters are, stories resonate with us when they comment on life.