When I was running my web design business, back in 2017, I started to follow Carrie Green, founder of the Female Entrepreneur Association (FEA). I purchased her bestselling book, She Means Business and loved the encouragement and methods Carrie wrote about to help other female entrepreneurs. I’d like to share my notes and my takeawaysContinue reading “She Means Business by Carrie Green”
The first month of a newborn’s life is a very precious time, it goes by so fast and before you know it your little one has grown from a very newborn looking baby, with rashes and wrinkles, to gaining weight and smiling back at you. Suddenly you can find you can breathe again and seeContinue reading “Month One”
When I first applied to work at Automattic, as a Happiness Engineer, I wanted to find out all I could about what was involved in being a Happiness Engineer, the culture of the company and also about working remotely. During my research I came across a blog post from a Happiness Engineer and their experienceContinue reading “Delivering Happiness by Tony Hsieh”
I’ll never get this time back. It’s happened, I’ve experienced the ups and downs of pregnancy, birth of my second son, and seen how he’s grown this first week in the big wide world.
Back in May 2015, I signed up for a Mastermind group to help me focus on my web design business. One of the books we read as a group was The One Thing by Gary Keller, this book really helped me to focus on the important things that would push me forward. After recently findingContinue reading “The ONE Thing by Gary Keller”
Before I had my first little one, I was a self-employed web designer, I worked from a co-working space, regularly had client meetings, enjoyed attending networking events and loved the freedom my job gave me to create my own schedule and flexibility. Somewhere between becoming pregnant and my maternity leave, I realized I wouldn’t beContinue reading “Working mum & daily routines”
I saw All The Bright Places advertised as a film on Netflix, but instead of jumping to watch the film, I thought I’d read the book first. I enjoyed the book and found it hard to put down, I don’t normally review young adult books I read, but this one touched on many topics thatContinue reading “All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven”
I don’t believe I live a very creative life, I am not trying to write novels or paint masterpieces while living a tormented creative life, guided only by an unsustainable passion, but somehow this book caught my eye out of curiosity, curiosity to find the Big Magic and to see how others capture ideas andContinue reading “Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert”
I do love a good book that leaves you feeling empowered and reminds you that anything is possible when you focus on yourself as the driver of your life. So I was excited to start to read Untamed, stop pleasing, start living by Glennon Doyle after I had seen it had been recommended by Adele. Continue reading “Untamed by Glennon Doyle”
It’s hard to stay motivated and do a workout during lockdown at home. Here is my daily fitness plan to do at home with no equipment.
This weekend, March 7th and 8th 2020, we celebrated WordCamp Malaga 2020. After many months working to organise the event, it was great to finally see it all come together. Thursday: Pre WordCamp meetup We had a final WordPress meetup before the event, where we shared further details about the upcoming WordCamp with the localContinue reading “WordCamp Málaga 2020”
It was great to be able to attend WordCamp Granada for the second year at the Palacio de Congreso in Granada.