What to do if you're alone this Christmas.
Interview with Nicole of stunning vegan blog Yumsome.
Our big move to Windsor.
The importance of thinking before you speak/tweet.
So why write this post (it's not very British is it?) and why now?
Eve is a powerhouse of a woman who endlessly inspires me.
We all suffer from crippling self-doubt at times, second-guessing the shizz out of ourselves, comparing our style, opinions and lives to others mostly online, often feeling lacking in some way, that we're not pretty/slim/curvy/smart/successful enough.
SEO and PR can often overwhelm even the most seasoned of bloggers. Why do some blog rank higher than others in Google, and how can it be done for your own blog? Today we welcome back Nic Tuxford, senior SEO specialist at digital marketing agency Exposure Ninja, to share the secrets to great SEO for bloggers
How to stop comparing yourself to others!
So FOMO means the 'fear of missing out' (FYI those who have no idea 'Hi Dad') with the online dictionary informing me it's, 'Anxiety that an exciting or interesting event may currently be happening elsewhere, often aroused by posts seen on a social media website' (please tell me you also laughed out loud at 'aroused' and the use of 'website' after social media-yes I might need to grow up #natch).
What a whirlwind BritMums Live, the biggest blogging conference in the UK, was! Wow! I literally write these exact same words every single year post-BML.
I write prolifically (a skill I honed as a busy screenwriter over the many years in the TV and film industry)- and as friends often tell me, I tend to appear to be EVERYWHERE online simultaneously (what can I say, I'm good at scheduling folks)...
Studies have shown that endless hours on social media looking at photos of friends getting together having fun- (the ones that are mostly shared as those of us simply sat around bored rarely make the cut)- ...
I'm going to kick off this post being entirely honest (as I always am) and state that Sunday at Geronimo Festival in Leeds was not a fun day, overall.
I love to support small, independent, family-run businesses, especially if they’re fairly local to me too–so when I discovered the cute greetings cards, prints and giftware from Sophie Morrell, based in South Yorkshire, I was delighted!
Now, I'm not going to lie, my interest in football is pretty limited.
Recently, I've found I've had to explain to a fair few people in the 'real world' what a blogging career actually means.