I don’t know how it manages it but Facebook always seems to get my year in review totally wrong. If their review of 2019 was accurate I spent the whole year in Greece dressed in a toga outfit with my mates – which of course would have been a riot if not somewhat bad for […]Read More Count your blessings… not sheep
My company is one year old today :0) I feel this is a milestone worth celebrating! In the past 18 months I canned the corporate life, had the summer swanning around France, became a French Wine Scholar and then got to the point of knowing I needed to work again! As readers know, I was […]Read More Happy 1st Birthday: My Lessons of Starting a Company
Last Saturday was my one year anniversary of leaving the full time corporate life. I would have written then but I was with my best friend in Paris for the day, dealing with the sweltering heat in the best way possible… with rose wine! After recovering on the Sunday I was in the process of […]Read More Full & Mid Year Review
As my good friend Michelle said this weekend ‘there’s something about New York that reinvigorates you and gives you a bit more sass’ and boy is she right! We’re fresh back from a fantastic weekend in New York; it was my third time there and without doubt it was the best. I’d been in need […]Read More Sass and the City
I’m sat here watching MasterChef after hosting a dinner party last night. Without doubt Pollen Street Social in London is my favourite restaurant ever; I’ve lost count of the amount of times I’ve been there – I adore Jason Atherton’s cooking and have been to all of his London restaurants. I have met him a […]Read More Adapting and Flexibility
Without doubt this feels like the most productive week I’ve had since resigning from my job last June. I think it’s safe to say that despite my rather calm comments about my finances in my last blog I was really starting to panic in mid January; and it was rather fortuitous that I got an […]Read More One Thing At A Time And The Rest Will Follow
For Christmas 2017 my friend Michelle bought me a ‘five-year-diary’ which exactly as it sounds is a diary that you capture just the important things in one or two sentences over five years – I write in it faithfully. As I have moved onto ‘Year 2’ I’m now seeing the equivalent of ‘Facebook Memories’ but […]Read More It’s My Resignation Anniversary!