Motivation


Theatre masks. Lose the mask and be your quirky self

Are You Brave Enough To Be Quirky? (A to Z of Blogging)

I was a pretty weird kid, ‘quirky’ you might say. My siblings would probably agree that all things considered, we were a weird family. One of my many nicknames was Linus because I never went anywhere without my blanket. via GIPHY I didn’t suck my thumb like normal kids, no, […]


Improve Brand Awareness With A Blog (Guest Post)

Hosting another contributor to the blog today. A differnt perspective on how blogging can benefit your business.   Why Blogging is Great to Improve Your Brand Awareness   For SMEs (small businesses), producing regular high-quality content on their site is a big demand. Copywriters are often a luxury some smaller […]

Raise your brand awareness with a blog

Optimizing your blog images. Photos

How To Optimize The Images On Your Blog

Let’s get real, if you open a web page and see an impenetrable wall of text with no images, you will probably click away. Even the most avid reader will squint and think twice before diving in! Break It Up Using images to break up your blocks of text not […]


Becoming a Digital Nomad (Guest Post)

Living The Nomad Life One day, I’ll travel far and wide with Learn To Love Your Words and live the nomad life! My vision has always been to travel. I want my business to be a means of doing so, for both myself and my husband. I’ve started a just-for-fun […]

Becoming a digital nomad

The Consulting Industry In The UK

Knoweldge = Value Information services is a key area of consultancy in the UK reporting the highest growth in recent years. When you create your own online content – such as a  blog – not only are you building your brand, but with a little knowhow you can add real, […]

Consulting industry trends in the UK

Six Blogging FAQ

As a writing mentor for businesses, I’m frequently asked to speak at events on the finer points and skills associated with building a successful business blog to grow your influence. When I’m speaking to new bloggers, I’m always asked the same questions (FAQ), and the six most frequently asked are: […]


Are You A Business, An Entrepreneur or A Freelancer?

  I was always entrepreneurial and creative. My first experience of being ‘an entrepreneur’ was in the mid 1980’s – I think I was about 8 years old!   A Child Entrepreneur (?) My sister and I were really into Quilling at the time – the art of curling thin […]

How do you describe what you? A business or an entrepreneur?do

What Do My Blog Readers Need From Me? (A-Z of Blogging: Need)

There’s a mantra in fiction writing, ‘Show don’t tell’.   Reader’s Need Context Don’t tell us the character is crying, show us their heartbreak, describe the anguish in their expression. It’s much more powerful and compelling. The same goes for your blog writing. Blogging is not about writing an academic […]