You are invited to go out with a group of friends on a weekend evening with the hopes to catch up and you do, well in some form. Maybe you're eleven years old and you've won a special award and run home to tell your parents and try to communicate it but... have we lost … Continue reading Who’s your real friend?
Dear Universal Studios, How's your week going? I hope it's been going well. I wanted to fire you a quick message about my new film treatment and screenplay that I thought you would be interested. Using my fifteen years plus experience in the industry, I'm the Hollywood Houdini director that can wow and capture an … Continue reading Split (2017)
wallflower a high school student who knows everything, sees everything, has no friends and often a loner. The year 1991. Meet first year student Charlie and hates that very fact, he's a first year high schooler. His English teacher notices Charlie's the smart kid but encouragement will do nothing for this wallflower. Three key performances … Continue reading The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012)
What is Shame? The Oxford dictionary defines it as NOUN 1. A painful feeling of humiliation or distress caused by the consciousness of wrong or foolish behaviour: she was hot with shame , he felt a pang of shame at telling Alice a lie In this TED talk Brene Brown shares her thoughts about shame and vulnerability. Do … Continue reading What is Shame?
An interesting article from time.com Why you shouldn't give up the gym Despite conventional calorie-burning wisdom, some people appear to not lose weight when they exercise, says a new study published inThe Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. In fact, some actually gain weight, and it’s not all muscle mass. The study, by Arizona State … Continue reading 5 Reasons To Exercise That Aren’t Weight Loss