Millie Baylis joined Marijo to discuss her work, 'small days', and resisting harmful ideas of productivity and the wellness trends. We also ask why accessing public transport is still such a challenge for people with a disability.
Millie Baylis is a writer living in Melbourne, on Wurundjeri land. She studies Professional Writing and Editing and is developing memoir, essays and short stories. In 2019 she is a Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellow, and an Express Media participant of Toolkits: Memoir and Toolkits Fiction. Her work has recently appeared in Kill Your Darlings and Overland Online. Millie was also recently the managing editor of Visible Ink.
You can check out the links to Millie's articles discussed during this conversation here:
How To Rest: Chronic Illness and Finding Joy in Small Days. https://www.killyourdarlings.com.au/article/how-to-rest/
'Please offer me a seat': travelling with an invisible illness. https://overland.org.au/2019/04/please-offer-me-a-seat-travelling-with-w...
You can find Millie on Twitter at: @MillieBaylis