Where do you get your inspiration from these days? Do you still look to magazines as we used to for so many years? Longing for the next issue to come out so you could see and prepare for what the summer or autumn trends would be. Or, like so many of us, have you now...Read More
Our lives are really just one big decision. From the simple and mundane – like what to have for breakfast – to the grand and potentially life changing – should I take the job I’ve been offered? We are surrounded by questions that require answers and decisions to be made that could alter our path...Read More
It has often been said that we are a proud nation of shoppers. We love to spend our money and be in the possession of beautiful, material things. There is certainly nothing wrong in being house proud, or wanting an expensive wardrobe or nice car, why shouldn’t we if we can happily afford it? But...Read More
If I were to say two words to you “cover up” what would you visualise? Like many people who answer my question, you will be thinking about politics or public inquiries and if probed a little further you might comment on justice and trust. On the whole, cover up has a negative connotation but it...Read More
It was revealed in a recent study that adults now spend more time glued to their laptops, phones and emails, than reading to their own children at bedtime. Growing up, it was a much-anticipated night time routine that my mum would read me The Secret Seven while my brother would be lost in the adventures...Read More
I discovered a new blog the other day. It is penned by a financial journalist who decided to go a whole year without spending a penny, barring the necessities of course – food, mortgage etc., – but it got me thinking about our culture of consumerism. I’ve spoken before about the influence of materialism...Read More
Throughout July I have posted a series of business thoughts that comment on the world today. Obliquely political I have posited a view linking business and women’s empowerment and observed the responses on social media. There have been four themes with one underlying message, that of friendship. Despite her FLOTUS tenure regretfully coming to an...Read More
It was just the other day, as I was writing the blog before this one, that I found myself pondering the question, ‘Who is Confucius?’ Now it might strike you as odd that such a seemingly random thought would pop into my head and then compel me to write about it. So let me explain....Read More
“It’s our responsibility as humans to take care of each other. It’s our duty as humans to care for people when we are weak and broken.” – Caitlyn Crosby, Founder The Giving Keys was born from a simple idea; find something that gives you strength and when it has healed you, pass it on to someone...Read More
Family oriented, made in Britain and fantastic product stories to boot, furniture and accessory company Higgs & Crick are our kind of company. I sat down with co-founder Will Hartley to find out exactly how the authentic British brand came about… Tell us the Higgs & Crick story? Higgs & Crick is the realisation of...Read More
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