There’s quite a lot of code below and I’m not 100% sure how to make this look pretty so I thought I would embellish this post with pretty words and vintage wallpaper! If you click on the link below, you will see my business card design, ordered and on its way to me in time […]Read More Business cards & Ice cream codes
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Well, by an afternoon with Jacqueline Wilson it wasn’t just me and her, but nearly five hundred girl fans and their mums (mainly) crammed into Kingston’s Rose Theatre. Viv Groskop was understated as literary event host, the two seats opposite, that me and my son had our eye on, were soon occupied so we shuffled down on our silver and brown fluffy […]Read More An Afternoon with Jacqueline Wilson
It’s here, it’s here!! EverywordCopywriting is alive and ready to sprinkle moon dust into darkest crevices of your marketing campaigns. After deep analysis of my personal brand and USP, re-reads and re-writes, we pressed the ‘go live’ button. Please welcome my new addition – http://www.everywordcopywriting.co.uk feel free to peruse this sunny orange/ grey ‘word cloud’ I’ve spent the past few months […]Read More A new (ad) venture! EverywordCopywriting
Being an entrepreneur is not just about financial or career freedom for me…it’s about me being a woman in the fullest sense. I’m also a mother and sometimes the incompatibility between corporate work and motherhood can place a high strain on women and their families. For me setting up as a freelancer was the riskier […]Read More International Women’s Day, more than a gimmick
Welcome to the Interview Paul Allimadi, Creative Director/Designer at Lyrics 4 Lyrics! Your Twitter handle is @bwoywonder, that sounds a bit like a cartoon or comic book hero! Are you into graphic novels? *Laughs* Not really no, I took it from Batman side kick Robin The Boywonder. He does everything, a lot like myself. Your profile […]Read More Need a little Lego magic? Tune into Lyrics 4 Lyrics!
This interview appeared in Stylist Magazine, Online Edition, November 2014 Recently I responded to a journalist request and this was the result… Downgrading your job – Career women who traded high salary careers jobs to set up their own business or become self-employed What was the job title of your original job? Media Relations Manager What’s the job […]Read More Thinking of quitting your day job?
Sponsored post This film has a twist; watch it and see if you see it coming. I won’t spoil it for you but if you are that sticky stage of deciding whether you set up your own business, you’ll recognise it when it happens.. Watching Charlie at work is to see a dream in action. […]Read More Setting up in own business – success stories
You’re having a conversation with friends about your job, and you mention you’re a freelancer. The assumption is you work for yourself, right? Wrong. There are many variables in this key section of the workforce. In order to define what sort of freelancer you are, you need to be clear about how you wish to work. To complicate things […]Read More What type of freelancer are you?
If you’re a freelance marketer, writer, in fact if you ‘sell’ your talent or skill in return for a fee, this article is for you. In most of my conversations between friends about freelancing, we hit upon the same issues with regards to charging and negotiation. So, I have curated a together a couple of practical guides that will help you when […]Read More Finance Tips for Freelancers