From fashion, to wellness, to life lessons from fulfilled and powerful women. Here we share insights to help fuel your best life.
Naomi Heffernan is as impressive mentally as she is physically. A Nike Trainer, Barrys Bootcamp Trainer, National Fitness Games competitor, she gets up early, lets the dog out and then continually pushes herself forwards. Get to know her.
I used to be confident at sharing my thoughts until I began developing a “difficult woman” reputation. Speaking out of turn – in their eyes – got me a quick ticket to Ostracised Station. If I know one thing though, it’s that aiming to please only leads to an erosion of self-worth and I’m not prepared to let that happen anymore.
“I kind of knew what I wanted for myself and I just didn’t care how much effort it took to get there.” Ambitious from an early age, Alexandra’s early exposure to the challenges of addiction combined with a passion for the world of music led to her wanting to set up better mental health support for artists. Here she chats through her founder journey and the unique challenges of the space.
Stress and anxiety are some of the biggest challenges facing people in the world today. Only exagerrated by the Coronavirus Pandemic, here is how I found my way through one particular evening.
Reiki is an ancient healing technique which uses energy to address issues caused by physical or emotional imbalances. Level 3 Reiki master, Faith Ellis (@faithholistics) explains what it is, where it came from and how it might help you. While some may be sceptical of non-invasive therapies, it’s rising popularity is due to many people observing its power for themselves.
While the coronavirus crisis offers governments the chance to make climate-smart choices and policies on a national and international scale, it has also given us as individuals the chance to see the benefits of slowing down and living at a
We don’t generally need much convincing that fresher food is a good thing. Better for the planet, better for our bodies, and better flavoured! But when it’s so easy to pop to the supermarket, it’s the convenience aspect that needs solving. Here are some ways you can start to source fresher produce.
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“Worst Case Scenario, You Still Learn Really Amazing Things and I’d Prefer to Do and Try, than Look Back and Wish I Had” An Interview with the Founder of Escorpi
A chance conversation led Tenishia McSweeney to discover lab grown diamonds. Now with a GIA graduate diamond diploma, and a bespoke design brand, Tenishia shares her journey and why she’s so excited for the future of this ethical alternative.
“Some Years We’d Be Going to 12/13 Festivals a Year so You’re Spending Half a Year Living in This Fancy Dress Wardrobe.” An Interview with the Founder of Sparklebutt
From Circus School, to Festival Fashion to navigating The Canton Fair, if there is a conventional Founder Journey, Ashlee’s isn’t it. What her journey is, is fun! Here she shares it with Alexandra.
Speaking on the Luxury Communications Council’s Future of Fashion webinar, Vogue Business’s Editorial Director, Sarah Shannon, spotlighted the rise of dark social, gender-neutral stores, augmented reality magazines and digital fashion shows among the key trends that emerged from 2020. While these might sound unfamiliar, Sarah noted that sustainability – a topic that took centre stage in 2019 – remains top of the agenda.
“We Have to Take the Risk and Run With Any Ideas We Believe in… Some Will Work and Some Won’t”. An Interview with the founders of PETRA
Ella and Kara are the co-founders of PETRA, an agency partnering up sustainable brands with artists and DJs, they believe in the appetite for this way of growing brands. Here, we learn about their journey so far, and their ambitions for PETRA.
Lucy works in advertising as a Business Director, liaising between creatives and marketers. With a rapid career acceleration, she’s not only a savvy marketer, she’s also a lovely person and a brilliant example of kind leadership.
Introducing six women. All alike in their ambition to maximise life. All excelling in different fields, be it law, music, or marketing. Charlotte Williams
People Have Said to Me ‘it’s a Pity You Are Blind’ and I’ve Said ‘no It’s a Pity That You Are Blind Too – Because You Can’t See What I Can’
Baluji Shrivastav is an OBE-winning musician whose remarkable career has seen collaborations with the likes of Stevie Wonder, Paul McCartney, Annie Lennox and Boy George. He is also blind.
Caring enough to make things happen, while being care-free enough to enjoy the journey, has been the challenge of my 2021 thus far. To Dance beautifully, you have to train for perfection… and then let go, and so it’s an art-form that to me perfectly demonstrates this relationship.
With the current pandemic exacerbating economic uncertainty, the pressure to pursue financially-secure paths is rising. However, the world needs creative professionals as well, but how do you ensure security in these fields?
While some decisions are obvious, others are not. We can find ourselves torn at times between two options. Both with different positives and negatives and weighing these up can send our head into a spin.
One of the great enemies of achievement, the tendency to procrastinate is a very genuine challenge and not something to be embarrassed about or seen as a personal weakness. Procrastination comes when you have this frustrating feeling that while you know you want to have done something, there are a million other ways to spend your time than in the doing.
If you’ve seen the movie Gladiator, you may have an idea of who Marcus Aurelius was. Marcus Aurelius was an incredibly powerful man, with a
Recently I’ve been feeling a growing discomfort with the term “strong woman”. And I’m not alone… “I think if I tried to encourage one of