interview

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…

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…

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 own a beauty salon with Blush Conwy

I think at any age looking after your skin should be a priority. It should also be a routine that you know whats in your beauty products and how to look after the beauty that’s both inside and on the outside. So, with knowing this, it felt important to interview someone who knew all about […] Read more…

How to be a makeup artist with Alisha Heap

For anyone who has loved the power of makeup for as long as I have, when you grow up, become a writer and are then ridiculously lucky and get to talk to inspirational people as a job, you feel as though you’re already living your best life. Last week I got the huge pleasure of […] Read more…

Investing Your Future

Investments…relationship wise its never been my strong suit but, I’d like to think career-wise I’m doing better. Today, I’ve just taken a step into my future and bought myself my first camera, aaaaaand I saved myself a packet. For the past five years, it’s been my dream to carry on doing what I love and […] Read more…

How to be an Illustrator with The Illustrator of Curves

The Illustrator of Curves, 26, from the UK, who anonymously illustrates beauty is also a part-time pharmacy assistant. Talk about an alter-ego! This queen is helping this generation flip the lid on what the media once classed as sexy and is sketching out the new bible for beauty. As someone who has gained a few […] Read more…

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