Career Change: I gave up my dream job to be a Stay-at-Home-Mum & Super Blogger

We all have that “argh what am I doing with my life moment?!” But many of us refuse to change the direction in which we’re going as it is easier to stay within your comfort-zone. Doing the “norm” whether that be working Mon-Fri 9-5, living for the weekend, or just feeling pooped out by things. I … More Career Change: I gave up my dream job to be a Stay-at-Home-Mum & Super Blogger

ITV Good Morning Britain: Behind the scenes and on screen 

Kids up North are less likely to get as good GCSE results as their Southern counterparts according to research from the Children’s Commissioner.  Do you think there’s a North / South divide in terms of education?  I was chuffed to be invited on to ITV’s Good Morning Britain to talk about just that. An absolutely … More ITV Good Morning Britain: Behind the scenes and on screen 

Anti-Bullying Week: Bullying is not “part of school-life”

Growing up curvy, mixed-race with a “big head” and “pancake face” as well as, having “fag dads” meant that I was an easy target for the school bullies. (NB “words bullies used”). I’d be taunted in the school corridors, I’d be pulled by my hair (although that back fired on them when they tried to … More Anti-Bullying Week: Bullying is not “part of school-life”

New Authors: Top 10 tips to get you Writing, Published, Blogging & Flogging

“Everyone’s got a story to tell”… As the saying goes. But how do you tell your story? And how do you sell it?  A panel of experts (a literary agent, proof reader, published author, a blogger and I – a Columnist/Publicist/Blogger/Journo), gave a talk to new authors about getting your words out there, in a … More New Authors: Top 10 tips to get you Writing, Published, Blogging & Flogging