One woman’s open letter to her memory, exploring her relationship with it over the years, from the highs to the lows.
In our latest open letter, Sue Jenkins, a Greenwich based designer-maker, writes a letter to one of her customers. It’s an amusing, light-hearted and fun read, and you’ll be shocked at some of the comments that customers can make!
Claire, founder of Potter and Mooch, a jewellery and textiles company, discusses the journey she’s been on to set up her own business.
A beautiful open letter from one mum to her 7 month old daughter
Eleanor, a Year 2 teacher, gives us her experience on what it’s like being a teacher; what she loves about it, the challenges, her work-life balance and why she thinks more and more teachers are leaving the profession.
We are chatting to Natalie, a Mum of two, all about motherhood. She discusses what being a first-time mother was like, the challenges she’s faced and how she manages her time.
In this article Krystal takes us through what it has been like to grow up with a male figure who is extremely unstable, how that has affected her and her journey to healing.
A heartwarming open letter from one mum to her future daughter-in-law.
For this week’s article we are chatting to Amanda, a working mum and getting her view on what life is like balancing a career and a young family.
To celebrate National Sibling Day we’re chatting to two sisters, discovering everything from what they argue about most to what they admire in the other.
Every month we’ll be reviewing a new book. This month: Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine.
We’re chatting to Emily, 29, who worked as an A&E nurse in the NHS for 2 years. Here she gives us just a little insight into the everyday life of an A&E nurse.
In this blog we will be sharing inspirational stories from real women, celebrating achievement, strength and love.