Introducing the Coffee Work Sleep Creative Community

Working on your own can get lonely, and living your business life online can leave you craving some face to face time with people that just get it. Trying to find ‘your tribe’ or just other people choosing the path of self employment or business owning can be so difficult – let alone making your business profitable and finding customers and clients. This is where networking is needed. When I say the word ‘networking’ it…

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A little bit of life lately – the half term roadtrip

It’s been a little while since I’ve written a blog post so I thought I’d do a little catch up of what I’ve been up to recently. I really enjoy reading posts like this on other blogs, and I hope you do too because I’m diving in and sharing one! We’ve been on half term and decided to make the most of the time off and go on a little road trip to Devon, Cornwall…

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May’s Little Loves

It has felt strange not sharing my Little Loves each week, I have missed sharing and having a read of everyone’s posts but it’s also been rather freeing to have a little more space for other things. Now I just need to be careful not to make the post terribly long considering there will be a month’s worth of little things from now on! Don’t worry, I’ve kept it brief, you won’t need to block…

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Supporting independent brands while enjoying some me time with a Moi-Meme box

This blog post highlights two of my very favourite things, having ‘me time’ AND supporting small independent businesses, with a Moi-Meme box I can do both these things at the the same time. I love just how passionate Moi Meme are about supporting independent, often female-led, brands. They believe in collaboration, not competition, and want to showcase products created by smaller businesses by hand picking them for their subscription boxes. With so many subscription box…

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Are you at information and influence overload?

Sometimes my brain is like an internet browser with too many tabs open. It’s buzzing with ideas, to do lists, projects as well as family things – what I need to get in the next food shop and when swim training is. Not only that, it can end up full of conflicting messages and ideas, it’s like I absorb information and other people’s feelings and internalise them, turning them over and over in my head…

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Capturing a tiny Cornish village that’s so special to me with MAPP3D

When I think about my childhood I’m taken right back to a tiny village nestled by the Tamar River in Cornwall. Where a viaduct bridge arches over the homes and gardens and links to Devon on the other side. It’s seems to be a sleepy village for most of the year until the summer when it bustles with holiday makers and chattering tourists arriving in boat loads to enjoy the chocolate box Cornish scenery. They’d…

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Helen shares BabyLoved’s Start Up Story

I am such a fan of this lady and her business! I’ve known Helen for just over a year after meeting through my old business, Little and Fierce kids, and since then we’ve become great friends. In this interview you’ll get to know about the wonderful event she runs and how she started it all off. I’ve been to BabyLoved as a stall holder and as a customer and each time I come away with…

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