Month: August 2010

This week’s interview comes from a series of conversations I conducted a few years back from a project about Mums rocking the world with kidlets, a book I very much hope will see the light of day when the time is right. But for now, I’m stoked to be sharing these nuggets of yumminess here at Club Comic Mummy. I just love this one – namely because it shows that grand creativity doesn’t necessarily need to be career related, but indeed, can infuse itself into the very way we choose to live. I also dig it as I myself have…

Read the PostInterview of the Week – “It Takes a Community To Raise a Child”

I love audience participation. Partly because it lets me do what I really love doing most onstage – improvising – and partly because it means that at least one part of the show will be completely unique, never to be seen again by another audience in that same way. (Which really, again, comes back to what I love about improvising full-stop). I’ve learned the hard way to only ever take willing volunteers. People who are roped into it by somebody else, or are pressured by me, either don’t want to say much, freeze up completely or just look uncomfortable (not…

Read the PostFor the sheer joy of (audience) participation!

1. Are you suffering from Workcrastination? I am. 2. Well, you can get a free kick in the pants over at Scoutie Girl! I’m doing it and really enjoying the emails – the icing on the motivational cake is that they are brief and to the point! Meaning you don’t need to fret about wasting away hours on yet another piece of cyber-goodness. 3. I almost squealed in visual delight when I found┬áthis blog. And then squealed in terror realising how much time it would take me to truly take it all in. 4. Check out┬áthis mother’s proactivity and originality…

Read the PostLinks of the Week (or WHAT? You mean there’s more to cyberspace than ME?)