BEING MY OWN BOSS

A little over a year ago I wrote a blog about 'The Career Sweet Spot' and how it was OK not to feel the pressures of being a #GirlBoss or #BossBitch or whatever other terms marketers have brainstormed to sell mugs, notepads, books and posters (don't get me wrong I believe in the message but... Continue Reading →

5 OF THE BEST BOOKS FOR YOUR MENTAL HELP

Mental health illnesses can be very isolating, whether you have depression, anxious, bipolar, OCD or an eating disorder. Disordered come in all shapes and sizes, however, they all have a way of making you feel claustrophobic and reclusive. One of the main things which helped me through my darkest time was finding books which The... Continue Reading →

The Career Sweet Spot

From the suffragette movement to #girlboss, women have been breaking barriers and smashing ceilings for centuries. Despite what you think of our current PM there was a time where a woman being the leader of the UK was laughable and Hilary Clinton wouldn't have been allowed to wear a pantsuit let alone run for President... Continue Reading →

HOW I FEEL ABOUT MY BODY!

Ah, body positivity - the hot topic of recent years! From Tess Holiday, Ashley Graham, Iskra Lawrence & Rihanna body positivity has been hitting the headlines for the last couple of months, and while a lot of the press are praising women of all sizes for embracing their bodies there is still a lot of... Continue Reading →

WHY I DECIDED TO JOIN ELITE

Elite Together describes its transform programme as an intensive 6 week programme that is designed to discover your true potential! The goal is to lose 20lbs in 6 weeks and if you do you get your money back! When I tell people that i've joined this programme I'm met with a lot of confused faces,... Continue Reading →

LOOK FOR THE HELPERS

Manchester is my home - I work here, I live here, I fell in love for the first time here and I've had my heartbroken here and on Monday night my heart was broken again. Manchester Arena, a nostalgic place for many, was attacked which took the lives of 22 people, injured over 50 and... Continue Reading →

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