Author Archives: The Other Me

About The Other Me

Londoner born and raised. Living in Denmark. Occasional singer/songwriter, music fan, nearly author, recovering procrastinator. To read or listen to the amateur stuff I call my art, click on the picture and press the links to either my FB, Wordpress or bandcamp pages. Thanks

No Sale. My Flirt With Baby Modelling

I have two beautiful daughters. My youngest is just over six months old. Everyone who sees her asks if we’ve considered getting her into baby modelling. So after hearing the suggestion countless times, we decided to give it a try. … Continue reading

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Why Copywriting Is Like a Mattress

Had these lines swirling around my head for months. Finally found time to put them down. Share if you like it. Image courtesy of my wife, aka ClaudiaJR Photography.

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A Beard Isn’t Just For Christmas?

Originally posted on Musings of a Serial Procrastinator:
So our big day is fast approaching. Within a matter of weeks I will be a happily married man. As you can probably imagine, every last detail is covered; Outfits bought, flowers…

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Does too much of the outside, kill how we see inside?

Memory is elastic. It’s been proven that our recollections aren’t finite recordings and snapshots from the past, but storylines that we edit subconsciously. With enough time, our minds can turn a negative occurrence into a not so bitter aftertaste. Our … Continue reading

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Stepping Back From The Keyhole

Originally posted on Musings of a Serial Procrastinator:
I had the weirdest experience last week on the way home from work, no not breaking down again. This was less common than running out of fuel. This is so strange I’m…

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How Did It Come To This?!!

Originally posted on Musings of a Serial Procrastinator:
I’m not sure how it happened. I am riddled with disgust and self-loathing. I’ve compromised my standards; the standards my parents inculcated in me, as a young black boy growing up in…

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Writing My Way Towards Change

Originally posted on Musings of a Serial Procrastinator:
Wifey says that since taking my writing more seriously, I’ve become more aware; both of self and the myriad of things that happen around me.  She’s right of course. (she always is!)…

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