9 TikTok Marketing Tactics To Develop Your Business – A Guest Post

I must admit, I really ‘don’t get’ TikTok! Maybe it’s because I’m over 40. Maybe it’s because I don’t have children, but as a social platform it is a complete mystery to me. When I have clients ask about emerging Social Media channels for marketing their business I have to […]

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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 […]

Turn Your Inclinations Into Intentions

  I write. I’ve written books. I’ve written hundreds of blogs. I bullet journal. I have a pen in my hand when I read. When I have an idea I process my thoughts by writing about them – writing helps me make sense of the world. But is it easy, […]

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An Open Letter of Resignation. Dear Facebook… I Quit!

Dear Facebook We’ve been working together for a number of years now, but it is time for us to part ways. It’s you, not me… We can still be friends. Outside of work I’ll still hang out, it’s where so many people I know and care about gather. But I […]

Dinner for Two - A Review of Hello Fresh Meal Boxes

Review of Hello Fresh Meal Boxes

Living through lockdown is like Groundhog Day. The days repeat and merge into each other. Damp days of staying at home and barely communicating with any other humans. Even food is getting boring! We’ve been preparing the same old things for dinner. It was time for a little variety, to […]

Creative Marketing Ideas for Your Business – A Guest Post

Happy to host another guest writer on the blog this week. Thanks to Jill Phillips, a freelance writer from Buffalo, NY, for this contribution to get your creative juices flowing…   Creative Marketing Assets to Give Your Online Business a Winning Edge source: pexels.com If you want to make an impact […]

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Communicating inclusively

4 Tip for Writing Inclusively Demographic Survey Questions – A Guest Post

I’m hosting a guest on the blog this week. Thank you Chi Whitley for sharing these insights:   4 Tip for Writing Inclusively Demographic Survey Questions   In 2021 and beyond, it is essential that your writing be culturally aware and inclusive, especially when writing demographic survey questions for internal […]

The Book Struggle – Falling Out Of Love With Fiction

I always like to have a couple of books on the go. I’ll be reading a non-fiction book in fits and starts throughout my working week (the most recent business book was ‘Essentialism’) and I always read a fiction book in bed for a while before I go to sleep. […]

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