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I like books, and I like lists. Let’s make this a monthly thing, shall we? Brain on Fire, by Susannah Cahalan A memoir (of sorts) about anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis. Not since the essay about Morgellons Disease in The Empathy Exams have I had such hypochondria. The Improbability of Love, by Hannah Rothschild Parts of this book were … Continue reading books I read in February
It’s that time of year where all we should really be doing is curling up with tea and biscuits and obsessively reading novels. Of course, most of us don’t have / don’t choose to have the luxury of available hours in which to do so (case in point: my grand plan of decreasing my schedule … Continue reading books I read in January
A couple of weeks ago, I started taking contortion classes. In my head, taking contortion was going to be like an intense yoga class. We’d do some active flexibility exercises and assisted stretching. Most of the class would be spent lying on the floor. Spoiler alert: I was wrong. I mean, in the basic sense, … Continue reading what to expect from a contortion class
I’ve been watching a lot of dance videos on YouTube to get ideas for movements and music to perform circus to. Because of that, I’ve been watching a lot of kids’ hip hop dance competitions. These kids are incredible. One video I watched was with this amazing little black girl. She must have been about … Continue reading dance your heart out