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  • by Kojo Baffoe
    Greetings, If there’s one thing that life has taught me is that things will happen all in due time. It can be frustrating hoping, pushing, hustling to get things done, but life doesn’t happen that way, no matter how hard we wish it. And, measuring our progress by comparing to those we consider our peers, makes it even harder. We are each on our own journey and each in our […]
  • by Kojo Baffoe
    Greetings, I must confess, the hardest part of this newsletter is usually the header, because I rarely have a theme that threads through what I share. It took me about eight months to finish the book 33 1/3 B-Sides: New Essays by 33 1/3 Authors on Beloved and Underrated Artists
  • by Kojo Baffoe
    Greetings, A list of seven things: There was a time when I was deliberate about finding new music because, beyond being borderline obsessed with music, I wrote about it on my site and for various publications. I started a short-lived feature called Digital Crates
  • by Kojo Baffoe
    "Writing and giving voice to what I am feeling makes me happy. And supporting people in finding their voice, passion, outrage and resistance. There is nothing better than that." Eve Ensler
  • by Kojo Baffoe
    … there's nothing wrong with taking time ….
  • by Kojo Baffoe
    Greetings, Another week, another selection of seven things I reckon are worth sharing. My problem with writing for a living is I spend a great deal of time in doubt, questioning everything, including why I do this to myself. Writing for a living. I also read a lot of writing about writing, the latest being
  • by Kojo Baffoe
    Greetings, Here are seven things I thought were worth sharing. The line behind fact and opinion is so blurry, particularly on social media, that has become more fog than actual line. And, because of social media, we now have multiple places to share our opinions on everything. I think many can benefit from
  • by Kojo Baffoe
    Greetings, Here are some things I thought would be worth sharing: In my book Listen To Your Footsteps, I write about making sense of being introverted in a world that deems it ‘abnormal’ and how easy it is to fall into ‘hermit’ phase. It is still something I reflect on and grapple with regularly. I don’t know that I could go this route though:
  • by Kojo Baffoe
    Greetings, A symptom of focusing on what’s directly in front of me is days, and sometimes weeks, going by in what seems like a daze. I look up and realise that my memory of the previous hours and days is blurry. I can’t really say whether that is a good or a bad thing. Anyway, here are seven things I wanted to share.

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