How to survive January

Let’s face it January is a rubbish time of year and statistically (and unfortunately) is the most depressing month of the year. The days seem long and mostly dark and overcast. It’s the time when payday seems like light years away, and all the glitz, glamour and fun of Christmas seems like a lifetime ago. But all of that said, January can be survived, trust me, here’s how;

A letter to my 10 year old self

The idea of writing a letter to my 10 year old self came from an item that Scott Mills and Chris Stark did on their Radio 1 afternoon show on the BBC in the UK during Lockdown. You wouldn't believe something so simple could be so cathartic, but it genuinely is. Give it a go yourself, although you don't have to share it with the world as I have done of course!

How to make working from home a positive experience!

Now let's face it putting the three letters - WFH - in your online calendar pre-March 2020 had a lovely ring to it. It meant that you would be working, but in the comfort of your own surrounds and not with your omnipresent boss hanging around every corner. So today, I thought I would look at ways that you can make working from home an altogether happier experience.

Standing on the Shoulders of Giants – #GIRLPOWER

I'll cut to the chase, the theme for today's post is Kamala Harris. A woman whose heritage spans both Africa and South Asia, and who has achieved the incredible position as Vice President-Elect - aka the most powerful woman on the planet! I'll let that sink in for a bit, because it's BIG.

My top 17 favourite strong female inspirational quotes

There's time when I feel a little lost and out of sorts, perhaps even a little disillusioned with the world - never more so than the recent murder of unarmed George Floyd.