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The joy of working together

Freelance writing can be a lonely affair.  My own freelance writing journey has certainly had its isolating moments.  Yet one thing is for sure, the joy of meeting and working with some amazing fellow writers has made such a difference to my journey. Here are three of my favourite writing colleagues. Freelance writing with Lauren […]

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Writing my way home

Last year I took Jeff Brown’s ‘Writing your Way Home’ course.  It was an online course over 6 weeks. Due to other commitments at the time I just about managed to cover the one hour long audio session each week.  And I wrote one or two pieces  a week that I submitted to our online […]

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SEO – keep calm and SEO on

Search engine optimisation Let’s face it.  All websites need SEO.  If a website isn’t optimised then new customers can’t ‘see’ it.  And if your prospective customers can’t ‘see’ your site in their Google searches, then what’s the point of investing in a website? Many of my prospective clients who contact me needing web content are confused […]

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Glamping equals creative camping

I went glamping for the first time last weekend, and loved it. Truly, madly, deeply.  As I write this post, I’m asking myself, how can I tie-in this glamping experience in to my ‘All Things Creative’ articles? Well, that’s not difficult.  Everything about my glamping experience exploded in creativity. From the sleekly curved luxury wooden glamping […]

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My dream web content writing job

My dream web content writing job My dream writing job popped up late last year.  I’m now in my 10th year of working freelance as a web content writer and all I can say is that it’s certainly been worth the wait. Web content writing about VW Campervans And the topic?  VW Campervans!!  Amazing.  I adore […]

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Time…..

I’ve been thinking about ‘time’ a lot as yet another year draws to an end. According to Psychology Professor, Ronald E Riggio ‘routine makes time go faster, and unique and memorable events slow down time’.  And so, if we want to ‘slow down’ time and make our Christmasses (or every day) last longer, we need to […]

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"Someone had to stand up and be counted, and it turns out it has to be me." (I know that feeling)
What a great candidate @djnicholl is for Bromsgrove @LibDems in the #GE2019
👍 #StopBrexit 👍
https://inews.co.uk/opinion/comment/im-a-doctor-standing-as-an-mp-because-when-i-raised-concerns-over-no-deal-medical-supplies-the-government-dismissed-me-1317845

Labour has been in govt for a total of 33yrs & borrowed £500bn = £15.15bn a year

The Tory govt has ruled 9yrs & increased the debt by £1tn = £111.11bn a year.

Tories spent 7.5x more than Labour per year & in 9yrs, doubled what Labour spent in 33yrs.

(I'll get sacked for this!)

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