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Ever since I discovered Emma Gannon’s Ctrl Alt Delete podcasts a couple of weeks ago, I have done nothing else but listen to Emma Gannon’s Ctrl Alt Delete podcasts. Emma chats to her guests about the internet, social media, feminism, creativity, identity, mental health, life, careers and everything in between.  I have found them to be ideal for a quick boost of inspiration, motivation and creativity. I listen to them in the bath, at the gym, on the train, when…

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I was looking through my old files on the computer the other day and stumbled across some articles I had written back in 2013. These were words I had put together on break ups, death and coping with a panic attack which were all published on the tinybuddha website. This was around the same sort of time I kept my first blog and finding these articles reminded me that I had always been passionate about sharing my stories. Writing, like…

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“The only unique contribution we will ever give to this world will be born out of creativity” Brené Brown When you hear the word creative, do you immediately think of skillful artists, successful musicians, established authors or even long gone childhood memories involving sticky back plastic and washing up bottles? Maybe you think creativity is just a word reserved for those talented types on Etsy. Whilst those people are clearly artistic, I also think that everyone has the potential to…

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On Sunday, Shaun and I decided to go on a little day out to the seaside. Weymouth is just an hour and a half away from Southampton on the train, so is always in our top favourite list of places to go. This little seaside town in Dorset is perfect for holidays, short breaks or just a spontaneous day out like we did yesterday. Here are a few snapshots from the day: We arrived in Weymouth at lunchtime and wasted…

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