A light-hearted look at some of the things I remember thinking were absolutely true:

At 22 I decided I would be single forever because I had not met a husband at university.

A 10 I thought I better save my money because no one would want to marry me.

At 22 I thought being a businesswoman and wearing suits would be fun.

I thought that drinking made me more attractive.

When I had million US dollars I thought I didn’t have enough.

At 10, I thought I was too ugly to have a boyfriend.

At 28 I thought I had ‘endodgenous’, incurable depression.

I thought I had a special talent for money.

I thought I could stop being an artist and that that was a good idea.

I thought that the rules of art careers, of trading, of finances did not apply to me.