Press & stuff
I’m so incredibly grateful that throughout my business journey I have been asked to contribute to different bits in the media. From local press releases to national campaigns, industry magazines and collaborations with other freelancers, I’m absolutely honoured to be able to provide my insight into the world of social media, self-employed life and my thoughts on mental health in a digital world.
In a world constantly telling us more followers means bigger profits (which is rubbish by the way), here are my top 10 tips on growing a flourishing online community without the big numbers. An absolute pleasure to write this guest blog for Julia at Independent Girls Collective
My gorgeous friend and fellow freelancer Eli Trier hosted a month long community project, all centered around her big passion in business; Community. At the end of the project Eli collated all of the entries into this glorious e-book.
I was absolutely delighted to be asked to contribute; you can find me on Day 8. A wonderful project to be a part of that really made my purpose-led heart sing!
Informi, Talking small businesses
I contributed to this article for small business online magazine, Informi. Alongside other freelancers and entrepreneurs, I have shared our insights into the peaks and pitfalls of managing mental health as a business owner.
I was delighted to be asked to be a guest on mental health podcast ‘Pigletish’, run by fellow freelancer & friend, Anneli Roberts. We talked all things workplace mental health, going self employed & the #metoo movement. Gentle warning - some difficult topics of conversation are brought up.