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Hey guys, Welcome back to Brilliant Blog Posts.
So why write this post (it's not very British is it?) and why now?
On the 9th of March, Jessica Huie MBE and I hosted our annual Passion into Pounds event (inspiring women in business) in collaboration with The British Library to mark International Women's Day. What a night it was! With a full-house and a killer panel, the energy was simply electric!
Last weekend saw me head down to London for an afternoon of nostalgia and partying at The 90s Brunch (a pop up brunch) to celebrate my BBFF's (that's Best Blogging Friend Forever) Lela London's birthday!
Happy New Year everyone! I hope you all had a wonderfully relaxing and restorative festive season. We definitely did and I'm grateful for the gorgeous memories with my little family.
I'm excited to announce details of mine and Jessica Huie MBE's next 'Turning Passion Into Pounds' workshop, in partnership with The British Library.
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.
Let me kick off by stating that I'm so freakin' lucky to have two handfuls of besties in my life. I really am fortunate to have the most inspiring, lovable mates in my life.
If you want to succeed in business- and in life, you need to have a purpose, you need to work out what you're passionate about, what feeds your soul- and potentially your tummy (we all need dollar) and then you must work on finding the strength, means and time to make that dream a reality.
Last Friday was mine and Jessica Huie MBE's 'Turning Passion Into Pounds' workshop with the Business & IP Centre and The British Library- and I'm proud to declare it was a resounding success. Yay!
Welcome to this week's Brilliant Blog Posts which - in the 3 years I've been running this linky - is quite possibly my favourite one EVER!
On International Women's Day I had the honour of attending the gala dinner for the launch of Girls I Rate, the brainchild of Carla Marie Williams: a round table of women within the creative industries who celebrate and support other women with an aim to forging and strengthening relationships between them.
So today I popped over to one of my all-time favourite blogs, The Joy Chaser, written by my good pal Michelle, who never fails to inspire and spread joy through her words-and this post of her's HERE stopped me in my tracks and reminded me of the importance of fighting our fears.