A few months ago I read the gripping tale of a woman who changed the direction of her life, trusting in her skills and broadening her abilities in order to make the leap of working abroad.
Amazingly, she’s awarded me the Blogger of the Year Award!
When it comes to a blog, it’s the readers that make it. The comments and conversations, reading and sharing encourage me to write with ever greater enthusiasm, passion and clarity. Here’s a smattering of stars from the blogosphere…Read More
I write because it costs nothing. Ikea give you free pencils and there’s always something around to scribble on – a napkin, a receipt, a wall, a limb.Read More
Whatever made me think I’d be immune? I’d read the blog posts about pressure sapping creativity and the danger of writing for your audience instead of yourself and shrugged it off with nonchalant naivety – that didn’t sound like me at all…Read More
“What’s your niche?”
It’s a question every blogger faces. Now I wouldn’t say I’m claustrophobic, but I find being catalogued creatively limiting. If you take into account my change of name, change of religion, change of country, amalgamation of culture, I think you’ll agree I’m kinda difficult to pin down…
How do you think I’m going? I mean with this whole blogging business. Am I doing OK? Keeping you interested? Providing a good mix of insight and entertainment in a well-written and easy to understand style?Read More
This post is testament to the completion of a personal challenge. I only started blogging four months ago. It’s the first meaningful and completely selfish thing I have done since the birth of my last child. It takes me away from my children, it means the house isn’t so clean and the ironing basket is never empty, it robs my husband of my company in the evenings. But I love it…Read More
My friend Jenny, over at cheetahsinmyshoes has tagged me to take part in answering 10 questions about myself. Foolish woman! What was she thinking?Read More