Blogging


The Regular Life Audit

‘Our lives should be in constant audit’ – Chris Packham Making informed choices about what we consume and how we lead our lives can be overwhelming and exhausting. It’s an uphill struggle when you do all you can to make an informed decision yet the choice just isn’t available to […]


What's your purpose

Ikigai – A Journey of Purpose

What’s your purpose? Do you even have ONE purpose? How do you discover what it is?   I’ve never been sure about this idea that we have A thing. A gift.   “It’s needlessly limiting to believe that your life should have only one purpose.”   (source article: How to Use […]


Of Vision and Vanity

Every business needs a vision, but not every entrepreneur has to be a visionary. If you close your eyes and imagine where you would like your life to be in, say, 5 years, what might it look like? Try it. I give you permission to daydream for a while. Call […]


Why All Fiction Writers Should Have A Blog

When I wrote the Sheridan and Blake books, my blog was the linchpin in my content marketing. The great thing about blogging for writers is you do the thing you are going to do anyway… write… and at the same time are marketing your work without even realising it! This […]

Blogging for writers

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Being A Little Bit Activist

I want to be more activist when it comes to green business, sustainability, and the environment.  As I’m still not reading any fiction at the moment, most of my recent book choices are along those lines. More of my thinking, planning, and writing for the next phase in my business has […]


How To Do An SEO Audit of Your Small Business Website

While I know the basics to give your blogs their best chance to be discovered by Google, SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) is an ever evolving discipline with more and more tools and techniques for great quality content to be found and shared. Today I’m hosting a contributor to the blog, […]

Google bot SEO Audit

The right to home working

The Right To Work From Home: Good or Bad?

I happened upon an article in my MSN newsfeed… I like the fact that it’s not immediately obvious of the source of articles on MSN. It strips away our inbuilt prejudices to particular publications. As I read this article, my first thought was, “imagine working for someone like this, what […]