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 […]
With the average adult using their smartphones and tablets for a whopping 20 hours a week* it’s not surprising that we find it hard to resist oversharing – especially when it’s simply to get a reaction. But have we lost sight of social media etiquette when it comes to the privacy of our kids? A video that a father took […]
Julia Faulks explains why she’ll be signing up to the Organix No Junk Challenge campaign and saying no to ingredients she doesn’t recognise.
Last month I wrote a magazine feature on headaches and it brought back some banging memories – and no, I am not talking ‘street’ for good ones.
Each year I am astounded by how fast 12 months can go and the last year has been no exception. Here are some extracts from my imaginary diary as I re-live the transition of returning to work after having a baby and setting up on my own.
It appears that the jury is still out on the benefits of organic food. A recent study comparing the health benefits of organic and conventional foods claims that organic food is ‘no healthier and no safer’ than produce grown with pesticides.
I am working with a client on a new and exciting healthcare venture that is launching soon and it’s made me feel somewhat guilty about how slack I’ve become at exercising and eating a balanced diet.
It makes sense really – if you’re scared of something, it’s going to take you longer to do. When it comes to the length of your labour, apparently this is exactly what can happen if fear gets in the way.
It’s all change for me from next week onwards – having mostly been in permanent editorial roles for the last 10 years, I’ve decided to enter the world of freelance copywriting, editing and journalism.