An inspirational interview with Cressida Cowell.
It's time to be strict with your time.
Mid January (the 13th to be precise) saw me spend an evening with healthy, new yoghurt drink Optiwell, a bunch of bloggers, and my newest collaborator here on the blog (more of that soon) registered Dietitian and Sports Nutritionist Laura Clark, at the Cowshed in Shoreditch House, London.
Ava Brown is an author and mother of two children, 16 year old Chardonae Elizabeth and 3 year old Mikhel Kai. As well as her focus on the writing, she also works tirelessly as a speaker, coach and trainer. The Jamaican born author's book 'Bamboo & Fern', recounts her story of growing up in one of the poorest areas of Jamaica, going from a 'country girl to a corporate queen' from selling mangoes to an MBA and finding global success.
I've tried to write this post a couple of times before now but in all honesty I've only just about recovered from what can only be described as an absolutely epic time at the Cannes Film Festival, 5 days on from returning home on Saturday... One of the most famous film festivals in the world, this is the third time I've had the pleasure of attending this iconic celebration of film and it did not disappoint, let me tell you.
My day in London yesterday was pretty awesome. I had a fab meeting with someone I really *shouting/thinking good thoughts- REALLY hope to work with soon to serious fun and slap up lunches/dinners/pre lunch/dinners (basically eating all day) with my sister from another mister, feature filmmaker Amancay and I even got to meet very cool blogger Zaz from Mama and More for drinks at my second home in the Big Smoke, The Charlotte Street Hotel.
I seem to have something in common with adulterers and secret agents.