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liza palmer

Be Your Own Cavalry, Mechanics and Buzzfeed with Liza Palmer

I had the absolute pleasure of meeting Liza Palmer at the Surrey International Writers’ Conference. She moderated a panel session that I attended, and then I had the pure luck of sitting at her table at lunch that day where I learned how funny, quirky and witty this woman is! Liza is an Emmy-nominated writer, […]

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joanna penn

Designing Your Lifestyle, Creating Art and Working From Home with Joanna Penn

Imagine you’re in a job that pays well… really well. It’s an okay job. By many peoples’ standards you’ve got the ideal life. You occasionally get to travel with work, you have a lot of responsibility and it affords you the little luxuries that you want. But the golden handcuffs make it hard to admit […]

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2017 reads

My Favourite 2017 Reads

2017. The year that I read more books than I’ve ever read before. Also the year that I’ve been the busiest in terms of work, having a toddler, podcasting, training to be a health/life coach, attempting to keep this blog going (sorry about that!), writing my book, etc. I’ve said it before, I’ll say it […]

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anita hofer

Intellectual Garbage Bears, The Camino & Unstructured Time with Anita Hofer

Today on the podcast we’re joined by my good friend, Anita Hofer. Anita shares her career journey, her current role in communications and what it means to her, the struggles of modern day parenting and the lessons that she’s focused on teaching her girls. We also talk about her 40th birthday adventure on the Camino […]

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podcasting 101

Podcasting 101

So, you’re considering podcasting. Now what? If you’re reading this post, you very well might be one of the people who took my Podcasting 101 workshop at When Words Collide. If you’re not, welcome anyways! The goal of this post is to replace a bullet point PowerPoint presentation and be a resource that you can […]

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