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Recent Work – Yogi Footwear Bloggers

Recent Work – Yogi Footwear Bloggers

I’ve been working with my client Yogi Footwear for almost a year now and it is so amazing to see the brand doing so well. They are a sustainable brand which are handmade in Portugal and originally launched in the 90s when they were the shoes of choice from David Beckham and Liam Gallagher. A...

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Guide to Perissa in Santorini

Guide to Perissa in Santorini

Santorini is Instagram magic with its white glistening buildings, clear seas and pastel coloured sunsets, it is the jewel in the crown of Greece. With a flight time of around 4 hours from Gatwick, Santorini is easily placed for a week away. The resorts of Fira and Oia are THE Instagram hot spots...

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The Hope Campaign for The Royal Marsden

The Hope Campaign for The Royal Marsden

A tribute to Emma Beardall (nee Fisher) Our beautiful Em One of my best friends Em very sadly passed away last September. This month her cousin Becky, aka Bricks & Stitches has started the Coast to Coast walk with her husband Jamie to raise funds for The Royal Marsden where Em received...

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Best floral shop displays at Chelsea in Bloom 2019

Best floral shop displays at Chelsea in Bloom 2019

Every May the highly anticipated Chelsea Flower Show rolls into London and with it, we celebrate Chelsea in Bloom as the shop fronts get a floral makeover for the week from 20 - 25 May. This year the theme is Under the Sea (2018 was the Summer of Love as Meghan Markle and Prince Harry tied the...

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EXCLUSIVE – Lorna Luxe x In The Style Interview

EXCLUSIVE – Lorna Luxe x In The Style Interview

Hold onto your Dior Saddle Bags, stop what you're doing and set the countdown clock to 11th February because influencer Lorna Luxe is about to land her first ever collection. Lorna Luxe x In The Style promises to be a momentous day in the fash calendar as the Instagram-ista touches down with her...

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How to Market Valentine’s Day

How to Market Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is more than a day of love, it is a money making, heart shaped, pink hued business opportunity with more than 22 million Brits - like practically all of us - spending an estimated £1 billion in 2018 according to GlobalData (an average of £28.45 per person) on the 14th February....

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How to Market Christmas

How to Market Christmas

Tis the season to be jolly! Welcome to Christmas my friends. If you are new to marketing, it is time to burst your Christmas bubble…(and not just that Santa is fictional)…because in marketing the festive season lasts all yearrrrr round. Yep, by the time it arrives, you will be lucky if the sight...

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How to Market Black Friday

How to Market Black Friday

Black Friday, especially for the UK market, can conjure up unsavoury images of apocalyptic proportions where shoppers mercilessly stampede over each other for a £50 TV in Tesco. You’ll have seen the footage of people knocking over displays and fighting in the aisles over rock bottom prices for...

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Naked Review – The Chimp Paradox by Dr Steve Peters

Naked Review – The Chimp Paradox by Dr Steve Peters

Review: How can you manage your mind so that you can conquer your fears, operate with greater control, focus and confidence? Prof Peters has some great ideas and systems to enable us to learn how do just that. “If you measure success in life by effort and doing your best, then it is always in your...

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Naked Review – The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell

Naked Review – The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell

How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference Review: As an enormous fan of the TV programme, you know that so-bad-its-good game-show-with-Ben-Shepherd, I was pretty surprised to find a book of the same name which looked, well quite a bit more serious than ‘popping a counter into the machine.’...

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Guide to Sardinia in Italy

Guide to Sardinia in Italy

You’d be forgiven for thinking my experience in Sardinia was based entirely on Aperol Spritz. But you’d be wrong. There’s also the lesser known Campari Spritz and the even better tasting Hugo Spritz with Sambuca and Elderflower which is simply delicious. Here’s my little guide to this stunning...

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Guide to Royal Ascot – Royal Enclosure

Guide to Royal Ascot – Royal Enclosure

I would be very happy if it was Royal Ascot every single day. I love the elegance, I like the rush of excitement when I see the races, I love the outfits, I love the names of the horses, the colours the jockeys wear, I love the fact that men have top hats and I even like the slightly crazy dress...

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Getting Naked with Interview – Caroline Corcoran

Getting Naked with Interview – Caroline Corcoran

I met Caroline Corcoran through my dear friend Rachel Tompkins (who I interviewed here) and got to know her by drinking copious amounts of wine on Rachel’s hen do and wedding. Caroline’s a Freelance Editor and Writer, who has been the editor of 3am online (the Mirror’s Showbiz section), Features...

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Book Review – Start With Why by Simon Sinek

Book Review – Start With Why by Simon Sinek

There’s a good reason why Simon Sinek’s ‘Start With Why’comes highly recommended by brain training expert Jim Kwik, and that’s because it’s frigging awesome and will revolutionise the way you approach your working life. The important thing Sinek teaches us in this groundbreaking book is to find...

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Travel Guide to Sintra in Portugal

Travel Guide to Sintra in Portugal

Sintra is a sparkling jewel in Portugal’s crown; a place of history, mystery and vibrant colour. It has the ability to make modern, white washed, marbled life look rubbish, and instead it has made me yearn for pattern, detail and rainbow hues. Here’s my guide to a long weekend in Sintra. Quick...

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London’s Best Spots to Instagram 2018

London’s Best Spots to Instagram 2018

Five years ago, I went to a conference that looked at the rise of online and confidently predicted that shops would essentially become 'showrooms' in the future. It made me think that we would be throwing out all the merchandise and creating art galleries where three diamond encrusted handbags...

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Getting Naked With Stylist SulkyDoll Donna McCulloch

Getting Naked With Stylist SulkyDoll Donna McCulloch

Donna McCulloch is better known to her followers as stylist SulkyDoll who shares her daily fashion choices, London events and styling updates on Instagram. Life is glossy on the outside with stints at Fashion Week, press days and parties, but don’t mistake that for an easy life. Donna is a hard...

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Getting Naked With Carl Thompson

Getting Naked With Carl Thompson

I first met Carl Thompson when I was at one of my client's  London Morgan's showroom in Astwood Mews where I taken it as my personal mission to sell him the virtues of the super sleek and shiny Morgan Plus 4. Well, to be honest, the car kinda sells itself, so it wasn't long before Carl was driving...

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How to go freelance in 10 easy steps

How to go freelance in 10 easy steps

Disclaimer - If it was easy everyone would do it 😉 Almost three years ago I went freelance in the most haphazard clumsy way imaginable. I have made all the mistakes, fallen spectacularly into all the pitfalls and (so far) have survived to tell the tale because I am working and living in London...

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Top Festivals on Instagram

Top Festivals on Instagram

The humble festival has exploded over recent years into a colourful Catherine Wheel combining music, food, yoga, face paint (AND glitter bras?), we've moved from wellies to high end Hunters and from day festivals to VIP experiences. In the world of marketing, where the VIP pass can be exploited by...

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Londoner’s Guide To Kensington Palace Gardens

Londoner’s Guide To Kensington Palace Gardens

Kensington Palace When I first moved to London, I couldn't quite work out where Kensington Palace Gardens ended and Hyde Park started. Google informs me they are separated by water which starting at the Italian Gardens through The Long Water and opening up into The Serpentine which snakes around...

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