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I travel a lot with my owner and I post stories and pictures of my life and travels on my blog. I also have a blog where I post book reviews.
- Ruby’s Song : SFcrowsnest.
- English Writing and India, 1600–1920: Colonizing Aesthetics (Routledge Research in Postcolonial Literatures).
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- Boot-Shaped Bruise.
- Interview: Brenda Cooper, author of The Creative Fire | My Bookish Ways.
- Creative pursuits, inclusion & sense of belonging by Ruby Walsh.
It was a wonderfully formative time and I learned so many skills then that I still depend on today. By the end of school I knew I wanted to keep learning about music so I decided to study it at university, which nobody was surprised about and everyone supported me. I started the Popular Music performance degree at Auckland University. I loved the first year, wrote lots of songs while also indulging in the social side of things and made lots of musician friends.
I think partly I was burnt out, due to poor self management skills but also the fact that I found it hard to have my art marked as an assignment. Then I was introduced to Melodics and found myself in a job for the next four years.
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- Entreprendre en solo : Mode demploi (ED ORGANISATION) (French Edition).
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There are too many people I would like to credit properly. But some of the people who gave me opportunities that changed the course of my path the most were my music teacher and my woodwork teacher from high school. I used to keep in touch with Kimbra when I was at high school. I would send her my songs and she would write me back and tell me what music to check out and also what she was up too in her career.https://senjouin-kikishiro.com/images/jimufib/1743.php
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She was a huge inspiration to me at the time and it gave me a lot of confidence having her listen to my music and give feedback and validation. Kimbra is a kind hearted person. Since uni, my good friend Jeremy Toy has been a main support and inspiration.
He was my guitar tutor when I studied but we later started to make music music together. Jeremy opened my musical world and showed me that musicing is a huge space to explore. Whether it is arranging, producing, performing, building and fixing instruments, running a business, contracting in music tech, networking, teaching, releasing music, dealing with legalities. But the best thing about his support is that he has always helped me believe I could do the most daunting things and supplied me with the knowledge or the equipment I would need to achieve those things to do it myself.
I also admire how he marches to the beat of his own drum But the bottom line is always family.
The Creative Fire
The older I get the more I realise the way my mother raised me has a lot to do with my success. Yes, it is, compared to other industries.
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It was bleak. Reading it made me aware of my privilege to have secure employment that still requires my specialised creative skills and pays median wage. But it also made me aware of the compromises most creative professionals have to make to earn a living in this sector. My main challenge is having the time and energy after working a job to sit down and create my own music, while still having an active and social life.
To be honest what gets me up in the morning is the need to pee. I quite enjoy going down the rabbit hole of an idea or a feeling and getting lost and confused in the elusiveness of it all. Probably because at some point in their life they have been excluded or not treated with equal respect. I think evidence for both sides of the story exist in all of us on some level. I think you can be in the most privileged demographic and still find a way to relate or empathise with someone who is less favoured in society if you really try.
At the end of the day we are all humans with the same needs to live, breath, be loved and belong.