Women and Food

It's apparently diet season (though when is it ever not diet season according to advertisers?), a time for us to purge ourselves of the decadence of December, to shed the shame of the indulgence that was egged on by those same advertisers around 30 days ago. It's not new information that the majority of diet-based … Continue reading Women and Food

Festive or Stress-tive? How to have the Ultimate Perfect Christmas.

A word that is bandied about with the same vigour as warm prosecco at a work do at this time of year is Perfect. It can be found in TV show titles, insidiously lurking in Google search results, ready to trip us up and make us feel inadequate at every turn. "How to cook the … Continue reading Festive or Stress-tive? How to have the Ultimate Perfect Christmas.

A love letter to my fringe (or bangs if you’re American)

We have been together on and off since my teens. It started with an eyelash skimming side sweep that was de rigeur in 2002, frequently clipped to one side in moments of uncertainty about whether I could commit to you. I grew you out, but couldn't help but come crawling back to you, especially after … Continue reading A love letter to my fringe (or bangs if you’re American)

Maintaining a Healthy Relationship with Instagram

This is an archive post from an old blog of mine from April 2018. Before starting my business, I really loved Instagram. It was just a bit of fun - dinner pics, holiday snaps, pet portraits, with a handful of filters available to perk up your skin tone in that beach selfie or to give … Continue reading Maintaining a Healthy Relationship with Instagram

World Mental Health Day 2018 thoughts

It's hard to gauge how much progress we've made when it comes to mental health awareness. My work involves me regularly talking about it, I am fortunate enough to live in a city full of support services for it, and my circle of friends are incredibly "woke" to it. We fine tune our social media … Continue reading World Mental Health Day 2018 thoughts