The SSB: Secret Single Behaviour

As I’m writing this, I’m belting out ‘Defying Gravity’ …you know what musical that is! Alright, SSB, we all do it, you’re probably doing it right now! I was watching an episode from my box set of Sex and The City when Carrie spoke of a certain behaviour that I embody from time to time […] Read more…

The Girl and her Career

This week I wanted to talk about careers, particularly how they can on identify as being isolated from ‘FUN’ and end up making you feel like your path to success is a lonely one. Although I love being a writer, over the years, I’ve felt as though I could never mix my friends into work. […] Read more…

How to be a Tea and Coffee Specialist with Seibiant

  This week I’m speaking to Sian at Seibiant, who owns a tea, and coffee shop based in Conwy, specializing in Japanese tea. Sian (pictured above) has also won The Best Business in Conwy award 2018. How amazing is that? I have lots of love for Seibiant and what they stand for, and as someone who […] Read more…

The Pressures on Women: Relationships

Unfortunately, it seems as women we inadvertently have these pressures forced on us by society. Why is it when dating, we’re supposed to make these (sometimes life-changing) decisions within five dates? It’s like we’re programmed into making an executive decision to enter into a relationship there and then, it’s not something we can choose later […] Read more…

How to be a Boss Babe with… The Wonders of…

I often wonder what it takes to be a real ‘boss babe’ and the journey behind a success story. Meet Yasmin Kurt, a twenty-something who recently went out on her own to start her own events business ‘The Wonders of…’. The full-time receptionist based in Cardiff, who runs a successful monthly blogger networking events business […] Read more…

To Travel Hopefully…

Someone once told me that travelling was just a holiday and I couldn’t help but wonder what they meant or how they came to that conclusion, especially when they hadn’t been on a plane. When I think of the word itself, what does ‘holiday’ really mean? To them, they thought traveling was something that was […] Read more…

What now?

So, it’s been a few weeks since I’ve graduated and honestly, it’s been scary. I think when you’re applying for a university you imagine it’s a done deal, that you’ve secured a job when you graduate but quite often (as I’ve realized), the reality isn’t quite so much of ‘done deal’. The reality is when you […] Read more…

How to be a photographer with Vicky Potter

“Instructions for living a life. Pay attention. Be astonished. Tell about it.” ― Mary Oliver Vicky Potter, creative portrait and wedding photographer currently based in North Wales can be found nestled amongst autumn leaves and mossed over hill tops in search of emotive shots for her clients. Vicky, who likes to use her editing skills […] Read more…

How to be a photographer…with Rebecca Spencer

This week I’m teaming up with talented photographer, Rebecca Spencer for her advice on how to be a photographer. The British born snapper has worked with the likes of Georgia Louise Harrison for Boohoo, Sarah Hashcroft and Made in Chelsea’s Binky Felstead for In The Style and Sorella and Betsy-Blue English for Prada! Rebecca, who […] Read more…

How to Travel The World…with Annie and Will

Meet Annie and Will; a couple based in Sydney who is love’s young dream; travelling the world together and letting us lucky lot have a glimpse into their trips on their Instagram accounts (Annie’s) (Will’s) and blog, ‘Where To Fly Next’. Annie and Will handpick the most beautiful and romantic spots and trips around the […] Read more…

What Scotland have Taught Me About Life

As I stepped off the platform at Edinburgh Waverley, Drake’s voice in my ears singing, “trips to wherever feels right, doin’ it all just to feel things”, crowds of busy feet scrambled towards the exit sign- all excited and tender-footed as I felt arriving in a new country that was my ‘places to visit’ list. I […] Read more…

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