Yesterday I was in discussions with a fellow entrepreneur, Andrew Campbell, who is the owner and founder of a carpet cleaning company ATR Carpet Cleaning. During our discussions I realised that I needed more people in my life like Andy...
This week we look at why I've been so absent from the blog for the past couple of weeks.
While I look around, I see that the most fulfilled people are the people who have explored their passions and followed their dreams.
As someone who likes to plan, my spontaneous lifestyle of late has been rather refreshing.
It’s day five of our seven day adventure to Portimao in Portugal and I can safely say that we have explored the local town and tasted the local beverages to such an extent that this morning has been a bit of a wipe out for both of us. It has been a great adventure so [...]
Sometimes it can feel as if our lives are on a set route, a track of destiny if you will, and it can be hard to see a change in circumstance, without fantasising about unreasonable and unlikely change.
I am so excited to wear my new clothes from Religion Clothing where it’s not raining and somewhere it’s warm enough to rock the floaty maxi dresses without having to worry about thick opaque tights or coats.
Sometimes the best adventures are tucked away in hidden corners of your hometown, waiting to be explored, in unexpected places. Eastbourne is no exception.
When travelling to and from London, it's always best to prepare yourself for transport delays of epic proportions. Still, it's a worthwhile place to visit, especially, if like me, you have a gig waiting for you in the evening.
Yesterday I had my first exciting present sent to me in the post. A beautifully crafted poster of the world, perfect for my wall in my walkthrough wardrobe (not walk-in because you technically have to walk through it to get out of the bathroom).