Josie George is an art student, writer and single mum living in the Midlands.
This blog tells the story of me and my four-year-old son, Kai through words and pictures, sharing mine and Kai’s journey as we both grow up and try to figure stuff out.
Avid knitter, serial starter-again, professional napper, den-maker, piss-taker and accidental clown, I am generally shorter than people imagine, determined, flawed and usually to be found wandering around in the sunshine taking photos of stuff and sharing random thoughts on Twitter, where I have oddly popular following.
I’m currently studying for a Bachelors Degree in Painting, in between small-person wrangling. I also take lots of photographs, collect treasures, and if there’s any energy left over I write stories that let me pretend to be someone else for a while.
Creative, daring, honest and different, I hope, Sleep is for the Weak aims to celebrate those things about us, stories, flaws and talents, that make us unique.
I really hope you enjoy reading.