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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...
Being visible, breaking down barriers and building a tribe.

Being visible, breaking down barriers and building a tribe.

If there is one positive thing I can say for 2020 so far it is that being visible has worked. Not just for getting business in, but for increasing mentality towards my business, myself, and opportunities. Plus, as a result of my efforts at visibility, I have seen a...
Tips for including self-care in your routine

Tips for including self-care in your routine

Last week I wrote about how I have converted into a semi-girly specimen and have started branching out the types of self-care that I include in my day. I am sure this is not groundbreaking information to many of you, however, there are little tricks that I have learnt...
Recipe for one pampered pooch.

Recipe for one pampered pooch.

I have never been good at being a girl. I was never one for knowing much about make up, filling a dressing table with toiletries and smelly stuff, and painting my toe nails. I grew up playing every sport I could fit in, living in Adidas pants (remember those popper...
It shouldn’t need to be so fucking hard…

It shouldn’t need to be so fucking hard…

Be honest, I have drawn you in with the swear haven’t I? Some of you may recognise the title of this post. It is not me on a rant. But it is a lyric from a song which Spotify thankfully threw at me a few months back. Immediately something in me stirred. Something...
Bookshops: Welcome to my happy place

Bookshops: Welcome to my happy place

Is there anything more fabulous to do with your day than browse in a bookshop? I think not. I could really just leave it there, you will possibly not persuade me otherwise, but I will explain why bookshops are indeed one of my favourite things. As an avid reader, I...