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Alopecia Areata Julie

Alopecia Is Not Just About Losing Your Hair

At 14 years old Julie Williams was diagnosed with Alopecia Areata. When I met Julie last year I was struck by her positive upbeat attitude and endless energy for campaigning and raising awareness of Alopecia. Julie is mum to two beautiful children, wife, compliance manager, volunteer with Alopecia UK and Changing Faces.  Julie writes a […]

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tall clothing for tall women

We All Want To Be Taller Right?

Many of us dream of being a bit taller.  But as Emma Stewart can testify being tall brings its own challenges. At 6ft tall Emma has always found it a challenge to find stylish, tall clothing.   So she decided to launch her own clothing brand to cater to the needs of tall women. Emma, […]

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celebrating international friendship day

International Friendship Day: Help Me Celebrate

Before I started my entrepreneurial journey in 2014 I can honestly say I struggled with relationships with other women. Wow that feels really vulnerable to share, but it’s true. I had a few very special and close friends but didn’t feel I belonged in a women’s world.  The idea of even talking about celebrating International […]

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Inspiring Women Behind A Camera

What does photography have to do with styling?  I’ve decided to revitalise my inspiring women series of blogs but to update them to include vlogs.   I love doing them and I hope you enjoy engaging with them. I caught up with Chio Fernandez over a coffee a few weeks ago.  We don’t have time […]

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Ruth Randall Life Coach

Beating Yourself Up Is Pointless

Welcome to Part 3 of my interview with Ruth where Ruth finally learns that beating yourself up is a destructive behaviour and there are much better approaches to life. In part 1 we looked at how her life had been perfect before plunging into chaos.  In Part 2 we saw how Ruth began to rebuild […]

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Scout Movement Helped Me Ruth Randall

How The Scouts Saved Me

Welcome to part 2 of my interview with Ruth Randall where we explore how the Scout Movement pushed Ruth out of her comfort zone but offered Ruth an incredible amount of love and support. We will look at how you can’t say no to abseiling in front of six year olds. Life then took a […]

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Ruth Randall

Marriage Had Become A Co-Existence

Ruth and I met at a personal development group last year.  I immediately warmed to Ruth.  Her gentle empathetic approach and genuine desire to help others shines out like a brilliant light.  When I heard what she had been through on her journey I really wanted to share her story and was delighted when Ruth […]

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anorexia is not about food

Anorexia and Bulimia Are Not About Food

When Mel and I first met we connected immediately.  It was not just that we had both battled anorexia s for years.  I felt we’d known each other for ages during the first hour we chatted! I had the impression that this was a feeling that many women would have when they first met Mel. Mel shared […]

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Emma Jaynes

Angelic Reiki and the Power of Healing

Angelic Reiki offered the next stepping stone on Emma’s journey.  In the final part of my interview with Emma we explore the final steps she’s taken and how her life has transformed with the help of a very special person.      Below Emma’s story we look at her extremely interesting thinking and views on […]

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