I think, for some children, your skills don't lie in written words. A lot of school is based around written words and how good you are at spelling or reading. From a young age, if you're told you can't spell or read very well, you're made to feel a bit stupid.
I do love exercise. I do love yoga, which keeps my body nice and healthy.
To keep my head healthy, [I'm] trying to meditate every morning, which is something I'm sort of getting into more, realizing that it's really positive to do every day.
I've got dyslexia. When I was in school, it wasn't really recognized as much as it is today; I'm really glad that people are a lot more aware of it now.
It's taken me a long time to appreciate that my intelligence is greater than what I was told and that I am very creative, and I see in pictures.
It was only in university I was told that I was dyslexic. It kind of gave me the confidence to be able to pursue academia in the way that I always thought I could. I guess that was a bit of battle and just my own kind of negative thoughts about what I can achieve.
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