So I’m working at a magazine that works mostly in Entertainments listings, which means you have to keep it lighthearted. But it’s interesting how sexism can creep into things. Today I’m interviewing Sister Sledge, and one of my questions was gonna be on what they used to wear, and who was the biggest ‘diva’. I know they’re basically harmless, but for such an empowered bunch of females, it seems almost unworthy.
take me to ikea but not in a bullshit 500 days of summer way but just bc im passionate about swedish design and reasonable prices
Dead nervous about tomorrow as Exposed are having an ‘out of office’ day, meaning we are having a meeting about the new design (comfort zone), and then we’re going go-karting (out of comfort zone). As I don’t know these people amazingly, it’s going to be a big test of my aptitude to be one of the ‘lads’. Gotta get the perfect mix of being OK at go-karting, but also being able to laugh at myself loads, two things that I will find challenging to balance. Any tips would be nice thanx