A wonderfully inspiring interview with Emily Clarkson.
5 ways to handle criticism.
We all compare ourselves to others, that's just flipping life, right?
Welcome to Creative Lives, a feature where I shine the spotlight on the talented guys and gals who are creative pioneers in their respective industries. This month, I'm speaking to Ben Garrod, biologist, broadcaster and star of his very own educational theatre show for kids, So You Think You Know About Dinosaurs: an interactive, fun-filled show designed show kids how wacky and wild dinosaurs really were!
The title of this blog post might sound a little silly as what follows is an answer to a question not usually, if ever come to think of it, is asked of me (no doubt because I'm pretty well known for my deep, unwavering love of blogging and vlogging) yet it's one I want to document, for me as much as for you.
Look, it's straight up natural to want to be liked. We all do.
So today I bumped into an old boyfriend in the post office, as you do (this never happens). It was really sweet seeing him again, especially as the last time we met up was about 17 whole years ago-and now we're 35 and 36 respectively. Wow.
This post was originally going to be dedicated to several famous women and their words of wisdom (I'm a bit obsessed with collecting these kernels-see my Pinterest Board Wise Words for evidence)- but then I had second thoughts-why not ask the women in my life whom are my friends, colleagues and collaborators, to share their pearls of wisdom instead?!
I'm hitting the milestone that is 35 in November, and on reflection, this year has been one of not only my happiest yet but in many ways, no doubt the biggest learning curve I've had thus far, as my blogging business has expanded, I've rediscovered yoga, trialled different ways of eating and exercising and have found myself time and time again, pushing myself out of my comfort zone.