Monday, 25 March 2013
Fantasy, chocolate economy and tweeting for the soldiers: I spent Saturday night tweeting for the inspiring Soldiering on Through Life Trust charity, and it was truly one of the most awesome evenings I can remember for quite some time. The charity was set up by someone I became friends with last year, and supports severely wounded members of the military and their families to live normal and worthwhile l
Monday, 18 March 2013
Mystery Twitter men, candlelit dinners, and my guilty pleasure: The power cut in the Rover�s Return reminded me of the first day of the Millenium, when we spent the afternoon in a candlelit pub in Waltham Abbey. I wanted to be somewhere seeped in history, and the Abbey�s been standing for centuries. The first wooden church was built there in 610 by Sabert, king of the East Saxons, extended in stone by Offa
Monday, 11 March 2013
Top tip for networking, lovely ladies and no such thing as a: The last few weeks seem to have been a whirlwind of networking, with a bit of an emphasis on women. It started when I gave a whiz-thru workshop on social media to 50 women in East London. The Ladies Inspiring Business forum attracts an eclectic mix of businesses from music publishing to dog meditation (or something as intriguing as that), and the
Monday, 4 March 2013
Social media city, Shystie and my collection of graphic desi: I’ve recently been accused of collecting graphic designers. In my defense, I do know several and am friends with a couple. But it’s not an active ’seek and ye will find’ type of collection – most of them found me – mainly on LinkedIn! Then we start chatting on Twitter, or we meet at London networking events and have coffee, or wine.