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
Ok… I know Kevin Spacey isn’t the most popular person in the world right now but his film ‘Pay it Forward’ is in my opinion one of the most underrated films ever. It’s the story of a school assignment where the teacher sets the project to think of an idea that can change the world […]Read More PAY IT FORWARD
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!
It’s been an odd couple of weeks… At the start of January – as readers of this blog will know – I spent a few days creating my extensive plans for 2019 of which one was around career and finance with the aim of ‘to earn the amount of money I need to live and […]Read More Ever Felt in Limbo?
People who know me quite well are usually quite surprised to hear that I am not a huge fan of ‘networking’. I have to take deep breaths before entering a room and generally feel a sense of anxiety; I use the training I’ve had at various jobs to either find the person on their own […]Read More Networking… Needs Must Or An Opportunity?