I often think my business should be progressing more quickly than it is, that I should be earning more and that every aspect of my business should be better. This isn’t helped when I see other businesses smashing it on social media. So, I’ve written a list of what to do when dreaded comparison strikes.
If I’m feeling creative my work is so much better – it’s sharper, more original and more daring. Here’s some things that have been inspiring me lately.
In 2016 I entered freelance life, here’s some of the things I wished I’d known before I left full time employment – good and bad:
When I started out on Instagram I was entirely purposeless and a bit desperate. Here’s some of my worst Insta mistakes & what I’ve learnt from them.
You may have seen me promoting an event called Instacake and wondered what on earth it is. Here’s a little rundown of what this cakey meet up is all about.
Are you frustrated that your photography doesn’t turn out the way you want it to? I’ve got 10 simple tips that will help.
In just two months Rare Mags has built a committed and engaged Instagram following of nearly 2500. In this interview we meet the owner Martin Wilson, he shares his insights on what it takes to grow a thriving Instagram community.
She Flourished has built a huge Instagram following – hard work, a playful attitude and focussing on her photography has helped her develop a unique style.
I’ve been a fan of Susan Earlam for a couple of years now – her account is beautiful and she has a warmth and style I really admire. And I’m not the only one. I interviewed her about why she’s passionate about Instagram and how her career change to writer is working out
We’re spoilt for choice when it comes to independent homeware shops in Manchester. Here are three of my favourites who have great Instagram accounts too: