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Can We Have It All? With SpamellaB

Spamella B (real name Pamela Higgins), is the third amazing mum that I’ve interviewed on my podcast “Can We Have It All?”. Have you listened yet? If not, what’s stopping you!? Go on, run a bath, grab a vino and pop your headphones in (safely!).

The podcast interviews are all about women who have left the 9 to 5 and we talk about their journeys and everything to do with navigating life, career, kids and everything else in your thirties and forties.

In the episode, I have a good ol’ natter with friend and fellow Content Creator Spamella B and I think you’ll find her journey inspiring and relatable.

Alongside the podcasts featuring amazing guests, there will be these posts, a Q&A with my interviewee. If you missed the first one with Carly Rowena or Gemma Wade, go check them out and come back.

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in Freelancer Life, Lifestyle, Podcast

Can We Have It All? With Gemma Wade

Hopefully you have taken some time to sit back, relax with a glass of vino and have a listen to my podcast “Can We Have It All?” If not, I’m trying to not be offended! The podcasts are all about navigating that tricky part of your life, when you’re mid-way through your career, have started a family and just might want to do something different before it feels like it’s too late?! Yup, your thirties and forties. Can you relate?

With guests, I tackle various topics to do with small business, entrepreneurship, juggling families and work and everything in between. Every other episode, I have a good ol’ natter with an inspiring woman about the realities of their success, job and juggle. In between, I discuss all sorts of topics that you’ll be able to relate to, including: imposter syndrome and business plans.

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in Italy, Lifestyle

Mum and Daughter matching dresses in Tuscany

If anyone knows me, you’ll know I’m not adverse to a bit of “twinning-is-winning” when it comes to dressing myself and my kids. (Much to the horror of my hubby and eye-rolling of my childfree friends). But I have to say, I’m not always as obvious as you might think, meaning my hubby cringes less and our twinning is more on a subtle level. Take our mum and daughter matching dresses in Tuscany this last trip, for example. Rather than wear the exact thing, we opted to twin with colour instead…Continue reading

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