Blogging for beginners: tips from a veteran (ish) blogger

In the past few years I’ve been to/spoken at many events where I explained how I became a blogger. I’ve also had loads of coffees and drinks with people who wanted to ask me how I got started. So since my body can only handle so many events, caffeine or alcohol, I’ve decided to write … More Blogging for beginners: tips from a veteran (ish) blogger

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Channelling My Own Jack Sparrow on the Whitsundays’ Mandrake

For an over-connected, always on social media and PR person currently living on the other side of the world from her friends and family, sometimes technology becomes a pain rather than a pleasure. What’s the Wi-Fi password here? When am I going to get a response from Europe? I need to answer that client email … More Channelling My Own Jack Sparrow on the Whitsundays’ Mandrake

Exhibitions weekend: Mac Conner and #FiftyChefs

During weekends I like to switch everything off and spend time exploring what London has to offer. Here’s my review of the Mac Conner exhibition at the House of Illustration and #FiftyChefs in Redchurch Street. Mac Conner After slowly settling down in the world of PR and advertising, I couldn’t miss out on the exhibition on the … More Exhibitions weekend: Mac Conner and #FiftyChefs

Why I admire Couchsurfing Hosts

When you work 9 to 6 in a metropolis, having random travellers crash on your couch might not be your ideal of a relaxed evening. Yet, Couchsurfing hosts in over 10 USA cities were willing to put me up – and take me out – for more than a night, showing a kindness and a sense … More Why I admire Couchsurfing Hosts