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Glitch – Storytelling Project #2

By Ruth henry-ovid / July 15, 2016

In my true dyspraxic style I  wasn’t really sure where to start with this project so I procrastinated, until the last minute. So much so that I wrote and practised my speech 3 hours before the meeting 🙁   The mindmap: I find mindmapping with trigger phrases more helpful then one words, but that is […]

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3 Ways Kung Fu Panda 3 Reminded Me About Self-Compassion

By Ruth henry-ovid / March 11, 2016

I don’t really care for film sequels. I find sequels disastrously disappointing, disengaging and did I say disastrously disappointing.  The reason for this strong belief system…sequels are constantly trying to exploit the original film concept for every last penny. However,  every so often there are exceptions that challenge my thinking, ie The Toystory franchise. Never the […]

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Christina Perri – A Thousand Years

By Ruth henry-ovid / February 10, 2016

Christina Perri’s A Thousand Years has always been epic to me. Not for the obvious reasons of I am in Love or anything as dramatic like that. More so that “A thousand years” is a beautiful track which is more so about hope. So why am I so excited/ gassed (as my daughter would say) […]

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ZAYN – PILLOWTALK (It’s quite romantic)

By Ruth henry-ovid / February 10, 2016

I saw the video for Pillowtalk about a week ago and I was like Zayn…Language (then I shook my head at the dismay of how PC & dry like I had become). I like this track from Zayn, the production of the track is fresh, his voice flows really well over it and the video […]

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Tory Lanez – Say It

By Ruth henry-ovid / January 23, 2016

Do you remember Brownstone? The group from back in the day that was around when Jade, Blackstreet, SWV was totally taking over the music scene. Then this track ‘Say it’ will refresh your memory. Tory Lanez brought reworked a great track and gave it to more masses. Tory Lanez is a Canadian rapper/singer and is […]

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Alessia Cara – Here

By Ruth henry-ovid / January 15, 2016

As an ambivert (someone who exhibits qualities of both introversion and extroversion),  I can relate to this Alessia Cara – Here track.  “Here” is unapologetically autobiographical: “‘Here’ is a true story,” Alessia confesses. “It’s a party song, but really it’s the complete opposite of a party song. It’s absolutely me; it shouts out the person […]

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Rachel Platten – Fight Song

By Ruth henry-ovid / January 15, 2016

Rachel Platten story is quite inspiring. She was on the road for a while trying to break through the industry and wasn’t getting much love. She’d been travelling in a van for nearly 13 years playing to small crowds.  Then the 34-year-old wrote a song about not giving up and things changed.  To date Fight […]

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