6 Benefits of Being a Drama Queen (or King!) 

First published on Hooray for Moms on the 22nd October 2016.

popEver since I was a toddler, my mum called me a “Drama Queen.” Whilst my friends would brush themselves off and carry on when they fell over, for me it was the end of the world. My mum would have to deal with the tears, screams and “woe is me.” Luckily, the ‘magic flannel’ (AKA a wet flannel) seemed to make everything better.

Growing up, I lost my way with drama, deciding to choose art as a GCSE subject instead. I endured two years studying a subject I wasn’t passionate about and not that good at (according to Mrs. Garden, my art teacher – however I did manage to scrape a C grade!). Being given the opportunity to pick drama back up at A – Level changed my life and set me on the path to become the drama teacher I am today…


This is a collaborative post with Hooray for Moms, to read the rest please click here! Thank you! 


About Becky Roversi

Previously the writer of Educating Roversi, Becka is a 30 something Mum to two and has an addiction to mugs, Disney, pyjamas & stationery. Welcome to the Bubble!
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