Hey there 2014!

Just 1.5 years ago I never could have known that I’d be where I am now and doing what I’m doing. It’s been a bizarre time with huge personal changes for me; I’ve had to do a lot of listening to what the little voice inside was telling me to do and follow signs that kept cropping up that I was trying my best to ignore.

So here I am in 2014! I’m finding work in another country (Germany), I’m learning another language and meeting people in the strangest situations, which are just TOO WEIRD to be called coincidences!

I’ve ended up miraculously being in the same place at the same time as Sheila E and being able to interview her, one of my biggest idols (see here to read the interview in full). I’ve started playing with a band in Hamburg who I met through a drummer I once interviewed; the keyboard player lives two streets away from where I stay in that beautiful city. I thought about doing some tour managing and on the very same day I had a call from the wonderful She Makes War  asking if I would assist her on her tour in Germany in March. It’s like magic!

I’m half way through my Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy Diploma, which is opening up a whole new strand of work for me. I’ll be adding that to my website soon and will be available for consultations as a Nutritional Advisor to help people understand a little more about the benefits of good eating.

2014 is working out well so far :)

 

 



2 Comments

  1. This quote was just ripe for sharing. I love it tooInteresting point about the rhhytm of poetry, Disclaimer. I can see it, although I’m often attracted to the abreviated, disjointed staccato of modern verse.What makes poetry powerful (when I read or write it anyways) is it’s ability to impart meaning in an unconvential way, that is, my whole body understands the message not just my eyes and my head. I guess that is where the energy comes in…la duende?

  2. Sé lo bien difícil que es padecer de almorranas y que todo cuanto haces para calmar las molestias, no sirva para nada.