Today’s guest is the brilliant Jen Carrington, who has taught me so much about doing work that truly fits around me. This interview is full of so much goodness! We spoke a lot about writing and developing a strong voice across a “content ecosystem”, finding your “secret weapon” content, being creative outside of our work, starting a business young, and the mindset work that has led Jen to where she is now.
In this solo episode on Creatively Human, I reflect on my first year of motherhood, as my baby boy is turning one next week! I talk about how pregnancy, maternity leave and motherhood in general have impacted my business, and how we are handling things as a family.
This week’s interview is with Anna Considine and we talk about so much in this episode. I have a trigger warning, as she speaks very openly about her experience of psychosis. Plus we chat body confidence photo shoots, running a multifaceted business online and much more.
Today’s chat is with Gabrielle, who specialises in freeing people of overthinking and worry to live life with more ease and joy. In this interview, Gabrielle gives us some concrete strategies to overcome the kind of overthinking that creative business owners are prone to, as well as sharing her own story and her experiences of choosing to get more visible this year.
In my second solo episode on Creatively Human, I talk about my experience of being more visible and honest online (especially as an introvert) – and how I always feel scared, but my comfort zone is stretching.
Today’s chat is with Eloise, who is just the perfect example of running a business that completely revolves around what matters to you. In this interview we discuss why her peaceful parenting blog, coaching and community is so important to her, how she hopes it can change the world (and not just for the parents she works with), how she sets boundaries around her work when it’s so closely tied into her family life, and the importance of kindness and non-judgement in everything she does. Whether you’re a parent or not, I think you’ll find Eloise’s story really interesting.