Staying connected through Corvid-19

For anyone looking to find creative ways to stay connected, reconnect, or reach out to friends and loved ones, we’ve pulled a few of the top apps and website options for you to stay visually and socially connected. It’s important for everyone to play their part to protect themselves and others from this virus, andContinue reading “Staying connected through Corvid-19”

Advice to get started in digital marketing 2020.

From speaking at SYP_Oxford last year I’ve had a few questions around digital marketing and how to get started with a career in social media marketing. I love to help answer your questions so do keep them coming. Here’s my top three tips and advice for anyone looking to get started in digital marketing this year.

Work with purpose

To work with purpose is to know that what you do has a larger meaning than to simply provide the means to an end. At the same time, it’s important to maintain balance and know that even Henry Ford, the founder of Ford motor company, worked as an engineer for Edison Illuminating Company of DetroitContinue reading “Work with purpose”

Unexpected gains

What do you do when life throws you a curveball in the middle of a snowstorm? Do you run? Do you cry? Do you throw yourself to the ground and give up? We all have a flight or fight option within us that kicks in when the unexpected happens. When the avalanche descends, and weContinue reading “Unexpected gains”

How many does it take to change a light bulb?

In the light of a new season, where one leader leaves us, and many more are faced with the challenge to rise up; I write to share the thought that it is possible for anyone to be a world changer. No matter your race, colour, or creed. Wherever life may find you today, at whateverContinue reading “How many does it take to change a light bulb?”

What London and life is teaching me

It’s official I’ve finally made the leap out of the country and into the city; from Glasgow to London to be precise. I’ve been horrendously bad at blogging over the past… cough… Two months; but with good reason. All that shuffling and waffling aside, it’s safe to say I have now arrived in London andContinue reading “What London and life is teaching me”

The importance of personal development

Personal development is one of my favourite things to study in the whole world. If you’re not growing ask yourself this; ‘Are you still alive?’ Living life ‘safe’ does nothing, but prevent us from experiencing the best life has to offer. So many choose to live from a place of fear, to protect the littleContinue reading “The importance of personal development”

Holding life lightly

In the absence of blogging life has been teaching me a fair few tricks, hints, and lessons. I’ve been relentlessly applying to jobs, setting objectives, goals and doing everything I can to move towards them, whilst being party planner and bridesmaid to a lifelong friend. I find every day is different in someway, with oneContinue reading “Holding life lightly”

Colouring within the lines

As a kid, I loved to colour. Art was my game, and colouring was my name. I still remember my big cousin teaching me how to colour within the lines, and that was a real gulp shock horror moment, for me. ‘You want me to stay within the lines?’ How boring! In retrospect, I guessContinue reading “Colouring within the lines”

The oyster and the pearl

I stumbled across a website called How Stuff Works, which explains how pearls are formed in the Oyster to produce the beautiful pearl that is etched onto our chains, earrings and bracelets. I have mentioned the story before, in brief, but being the curious kitten that I am I have delved a little deeper inContinue reading “The oyster and the pearl”