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From visibility to overwhelm and back again

From visibility to overwhelm and back again

A few weeks ago I wrote about visibility and how it leads to great things. And then I went AWOL. For weeks. Ooh, the irony. What a hippo-crito. 🦛   Anyhoo… In my bouncy excitement, work was flooding in and I took on too much. I was invincible. And others were...
Drum roll please… (or preferably Prosecco corks popping)

Drum roll please… (or preferably Prosecco corks popping)

🌟🥳 HAPPY 1ST #WRITE52 BIRTHDAY TO ME 🌟🥳   A year ago I was travelling around the Nordic fjords in snow…in June… (ahh bliss, remember the days when we could travel?)… when I stumbled upon a tweet by Ed Callow which mentioned he was trying to give himself...
Quick tips for using Pinterest to promote your business

Quick tips for using Pinterest to promote your business

This weekend I impulsively started a short course on how to use Pinterest for your business and there were some great insights that I am now putting into action on my account. As a means of providing myself with a checklist of things to do I thought it would be great...
How I had a stratospheric increase in confidence in one year

How I had a stratospheric increase in confidence in one year

At the point where I went solo in my work life, one thing was significantly missing. Confidence. I felt like it had all been battered out of me over the last few years, and it resulted in me questioning everything I did, then questioning my questioning, going in...
The eternal student: why I will not stop learning

The eternal student: why I will not stop learning

As I sit here surrounded by many a work in progress and a huge list of jobs to do I find myself pondering about all the things I am currently learning and how much I have taken on recently. And how I feel about this. I have a demanding job running my own business,...
Move over Captain Hook…

Move over Captain Hook…

A new badass is in town. And by badass I mean a 36 year old going on 90 who likes nothing more than crocheting under a blanket in a comfy chair. Once considered the hobby of the grandmas, crochet has taken something of a rightful resurgence in the last few years, and...