If she's managed to do all of that with the amount she's been on Twitter, she's a sodding superhuman
Me too I can’t tell the time, either. Not being able to decipher bus numbers and timetables makes every journey erm..interesting xI have dyscalculia, I manage day to day with the maths that I need to do, my executive function is quite fcked, which needs a lot of managing to keep up with my peers. But the thing that is most upsetting / shameful is I can’t really tell the time, it’s worse if I’m over tired, but I don’t particularly want to put letters after my name. Like other herrs and frauen it doesn’t define me.
I know, does she think any other producer reading last night's tweet storm is going to be like "well i thought she was hard work but i see now - after three hours of her screaming at people online and howling at the moon over some pretty mild criticism - that really she's alright, deffo want her on my next project!"That she was shocked that someone considers her hard work is priceless and to then take it to Twitter for a bit of ego stroking sympathy is comedy gold.
Haha so by her own admission, in the last month the heroic amount of work that she has managed to squeeze into these infamous 19 hour work days is: One afternoon of filming with the abc, a couple of hours zooming with The Guardian and 2000 written words. The rest is just discussing future work. And she's never been busier!