June 24, 2017 by Julie Tomlin
What do we mean when we demand justice for Grenfell?
February 2, 2017 by Julie Tomlin Leave a Comment
If the women’s march in London was nothing else, it was a physical display of a line being drawn. Now it’s time to work out what we do next…
January 30, 2017 by Julie Tomlin Leave a Comment
Another cafe has closed, which means I’m looking for somewhere to replace it, as well as trying to find answers to some of the questions I have about life…
June 18, 2016 by Julie Tomlin Leave a Comment
There is a deficit of language in relation to the apparent contradiction of the ongoing pain of loss and the emergence of hope
May 3, 2016 by Julie Tomlin Leave a Comment
I accept that not all of the conversations we have can touch the depths, but so often I’m left with the feeling that what’s really going on inside me simply remains there, silent, unexplored, like a dark forest
February 16, 2016 by Julie Tomlin Leave a Comment
Often the message in a weekly email I’ve signed up to has been very timely, including a recent one that included a reminder that building a new life is possible, but requires a great deal
January 20, 2016 by Julie Tomlin Leave a Comment
Agony and incompleteness, lack of hope in anything other than just showing up, these are all experiences we find we share with many artists…
January 15, 2016 by Julie Tomlin Leave a Comment
Amid all the things I’ve heard and seen this week that pushed me towards despair, there came a timely reminder from a friend not to give up hope
January 6, 2016 by Julie Tomlin Leave a Comment
There is so much more we need to do, but when times are dark, maybe light, joy and celebration can be acts of defiance?
January 4, 2016 by Julie Tomlin Leave a Comment
I know I want a better, meaningful life, but how can I get there when the hurt of the present is so strong?