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Are you dealing with your own mistaken identity?

  • I’m a person who wants to do a lot of things trapped in the body of a person who wants to sleep a lot.
  • I’m a person who wants to embrace sustainability and slow fashion trapped in the body of a person addicted to &OtherStories sales.
  • I’m a person who wants to go on brave, solo holidays in remote South American rainforests trapped in the body of a person who can’t wait to collapse on a Costa del Sol lounger.
  • I’m a person who wants to go dancing all night trapped into the body of a person who needs to be in bed at 9:30 otherwise all hell is unleashed.
  • I’m a person who wants to read everything trapped in the body of a person who can’t remember if she’s already read that page.
  • I’m a person who wants to give up caffeine trapped in the body of a person who is currently queueing up for their fifth flat white of the morning.
  • I’m a person who wants to march for everything trapped in the body of a person who is currently working their way through Line of Duty series 1-4 and so is a bit occupied right now, sorry climate change.
  • I’m a person who wants to start cycling trapped in the body of a person who is in an Uber right now and always.
  • I’m a person who wants to sort out their linen cupboard trapped in the body of a person who cannot summon the energy to fold fitted sheets. Or any sheets. Or towels.
  • I’m a person who understands the Brexit process trapped in the body of a person who doesn’t understand the Brexit process. Anyone else?
  • I’m a person who is longing to have a spiritual awakening trapped in the body of a person who spends four hours a day on Instagram.
  • I’m a person who wants to listen to the Today programme trapped in the body of a person who is listening to Heart 80s. I’m too shy shy. Hush hush eye to eye.
  • I’m a person who wants to know she is good enough trapped in the body of a person who never feels good enough.
  • I’m a person who suspects that until we stop worrying about how we look we will be held back by the patriarchy, trapped in the body of a person who takes 55 selfies, fiddles with all the filters and then deletes all the evidence.
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