I recently added to my growing list of social media sites by opening an Instagram work account. Just six posts in and I’ve come to the conclusion that I’m way out of my depth (especially when it comes to posting beautiful images that relate to nutrition and health). Leading health professionals have questioned the credibility of bloggers […]
Part 2 of my blog series on how to reduce silent reflux symptoms, including lots of meal ideas if you are going gluten or dairy-free.
Part 1 of my blog series on my journey going gluten and dairy-free after being diagnosed with silent reflux and how I’ve been managing my symptoms.
Advice on how to write a great business case study, from keeping it short and sweet to making sure it’s credible and engaging.
Content editor and journalist Julia Faulks looks at how to treat laryngopharyngeal reflux (silent reflux) the natural way.
My blog has been a bit static of late – it seems that online editors don’t always practice what they preach when it comes to keeping up with social media. Oops. So why is this? As well as working as a copywriter and journalist, I’m also turning my hand to writing a novel for the […]
So, 2016. Here we are! It’s been a very interesting year, but what did I learn from 2015? Here goes… That I can do something that is out of my comfort zone Around six months ago a client came to me and asked if I could present an editorial training session. I heard the word […]
Picture the scene… you are sat in a café having lunch with your family. A man sits quietly down at your table and asks if you know the man directly behind you as he appears to be taking pictures of one of your children. You don’t, and it turns out he was. But what happens […]
Having recently returned from a two-week holiday with my family, I realised how much I like silence. Don’t get me wrong, the kids brighten up my day, but they also give me earache. So, silence… where can you get it? Every Friday evening in London from September 11 until the end of December… and it […]
We are a nation of impatient patients, according to new research which reveals that one in four people in the UK admit to self-diagnosing illnesses, rather than making the time to visit a doctor. Using technology to manage your health? In fact the trend for self-diagnosis is up 19% over the last 12 months. It […]