Do you know the feeling you get, when you have something amazing coming up, but somehow you’re sure that something awful will happen? Well I do. It’s a feeling that comes up quite regularly. Everytime I’m super excited about something, I am absolutely sure, that either I or some cosmic energy will fuck it up.
As you all know, last year I attended quite a lot of ukulele festivals and something I noticed throughout all of them was my social battery running low.
A couple of weeks ago I spent some three days at a seminar in Bregenz (at the other end of Austria). It was beautiful there and I had a really great time. However, one evening we had a bonfire to celebrate together and well, I guess you know what kind of story is coming now…
I love social media. I really do. However, we all know that there are some not so shiny and happy things happening there as well. And a couple of weeks ago I got fully hit with a really mean comment.
As you all know, I had the awesome opportunity to play on main stage at Oslo Ukulele Festival. I told my friens Prudence about it, and she made this cool comic about it:
I think I’ve written about it before, that I can be a little awkward when it comes to social interaction. I’m not really good at small talk (or very much interested in it) but I’m also not a person that opens up right away with everyone. So somehow there’s always this huge gap between smallContinue reading “Meeting online friends”
As you all know I’ve been travelling a lot lately. And especially travelling by plane is still something that is mostly pictured as something that is totally glamorous. Well, you know what, it’s not and Planet Prudence captured that so perfect:
As you know, these feelings of not being good enough seem to haunt me regularly. Planet Prudence did a wonderful comic about it…
I’m sure a lot of ladies who are active on social media can relate to the comic the lovely Planet Prudence did after I told her a little story from my social media life…
Here’s another comic that the lovely Planet Prudence did after I told her a little story from my ukulele life: