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HACKNEY BARS, FLORA & A MAGAZINE LAUNCH

Flora,-HackneyYesterday Flora came over to Hackney Central to work and write with me at the flat. We played music, made coffee, and edited difficult sentences back and forth and back again to finish up our interviews we’re writing for Paperlight Magazine. It’s odd that we’ve only met once before but because of the internet we can skip the awkward getting to know each other part and go straight into sharing shameful stories. She’s also a blog goddess so she coached me on my running to become a true Internet darling. Instagram-linnwibergOnce the writing was close to done (or more honestly got interrupted by Danielle coming over to talk about how problematic it is for her to have perfect pageant queen hair even if she’s wearing a track suit lol) we said by to Hackney and took the wrong bus down to Shoreditch. Well-&-Bucket,-ShoreditchBecause my dear Lovisa had sent us a selfie screaming COME DRINK BEER WITH ME NOW! And she’s irresistible so we obeyed and joined her in the patio of Well & Bucket. Lovisa-Ranta,-ShoreditchWe discussed Lovisa’s future as a photographer and the competitiveness between Swedes in London and a lot of more irrelevant topics whilst the sky was just as gloomy grey as it should. Ridley-Rd-Market-BarAt seven it was time for us to head up to Dalston to meet up with my weird little squad because we were going to a launch party. We-Are-Some-Wild-Children-magazine-launchA few of my friends has been working hard on producing a magazine called We Are Some Wild Children and finally it was time for the launch of the first issue on gender. They had filled up the whole Doomed Gallery with balloons and artsy youth drinking free beer and trying to catch popcorn with their mouths. Launch-PartyKat was the dj and I’ve never been to a louder gallery viewing before and all around me people danced like it was a club night.I ran around catching up with everybody I otherwise never get to see on my short visits. I couldn’t contain my excitement and felt like a London newbie not believing how a Thursday can feel this lovely and fun and how everybody is working early tomorrow but still won’t say no to partying. When the venue closed we all continued onto occupying the booths in tropical heaven Ridley Road Market Bar. Sipping blood orange drinks we discussed who we’d pick if our partners had to sleep with somebody else and which of all the new weird tv series we are obsessed with. Lip Sync Battle and Gogglebox won. I don’t know what happened but all of a sudden it was 2am so we left and walked through a sleeping Hackney with minced beef pastries in our hands.   Linn

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