Last year I read a book by Seth Godin called What to Do When It’s Your Turn (and it’s always your turn) . It’s a great book. In it he
All of the reasons (well some of them) that I love Amanda Palmer and what she teaches me about my own art, about being vulnerable, and about never apologizing for the space I take up in the world.
In which I muse about why having no hair on your legs equals beauty… and decide to buck the beauty standard in favor of my own standard for beauty.