I entered the world of blogging precisely two years ago, and in that regard I took the time to look through the stats of my most popular posts. So consider this my blogaversary gift to you guys. None of these posts would’ve made it to the list without your continuous interest, you know. Thank you!
And speaking of interest, I must admit that looking at the numbers surprised me. I try very hard to entertain you with all my film work and journalistic pieces, but according to the stats you find my non-existent love life more interesting?! I don’t know what to make of that. Scandalous, really quite scandalous, haha.
Inside the Head of a Meth Addict
Feature story: The longest and, by far, the most explicit journalistic piece I've written.
The tumors that changed my life
Personal: The blog seem to have caught a little bit of a personal vibe lately, and after a lot of faith-related questions, I thought it was time to share the story that changed everything for me.
A Place to Belong
Mini documentary: "I didn't pick theatre because I wanted a lucrative career, I picked theatre because I wanted a place to belong." - Sam Mettler.
Sexism in the Film Industry
Editorial: "With today’s increased awareness around gender inequality, one would think that the film industry – with all its power and influence – would set an example for equality, but sadly, Hollywood is just as sexist as the rest of America."
Do I know who I am?
Personal: "I never tried to change my voice through my looks, but the way I looked changed the way I was heard."
It also appears that whenever I happen to use any variation of the words “sex,” “meth” or “Hollywood” the number of views doubles, triples and sometimes even multiplies. I must’ve found the National Inquirer‘s secret formula, but as a journalist, I really don’t know how to feel about that.
That, however, says more about you than me, I think. Out of almost 200 posts, only a handful of them contain those words, and guess what — they made it to the top of the list. I think we could perform an interesting study on this, you and I <3
Also, I’m back in New York City to take care of some business. Haha, I know that sounds sort of pretentious, but I’ll tell you all about it later.
The caption in the picture above refers to my post Fight or Flight, Read it HERE.
If this post feels familiar it’s because I had to publish it twice. The shortlink got messed up the first time.