The Reality of Freelancing
Most of you will know that today marks international women’s day. I’ve always been brought up with an awareness of women’s struggles throughout the centuries and the fact that women, in this country, haven’t always had the rights we perhaps take for granted today.
I was taught significant, world-changing names like – Emmeline Pankhurst and Maya Angelou – strong, ground-breaking women. I wonder how many teenagers have heard of these names now? (I hope more than I expect). Continue reading
The blogging world can, believe it or not, be a lonely one unless you actively meet other bloggers. Although bloggers may get to attend events, openings, awards and go out and travel, review restaurants or other awesome stuff…we essentially spend the majority of our blogging lives glued to our laptops and phones…alone. (Cue violins)…
BUT, if you look, there are many ways to meet other bloggers, other people who like to talk about blogging, the good and the bad, people that don’t glaze over when you’re questioning the latest instagram algorithm and why you keep getting so many follows-unfollows (damn them!).