So, I’m not quite 40, but I will be in October. And I wanted to say a few words in honour of the big day. ...

People often talk about the publishing industry in terms of numbers – declining sales and falling profits. So it's easy to forget about the magic dust that books can spread. ...

You not only form relationships with the people in a city, but with a city itself. The bric-a-brac of London: the cafes, the sights, and the mass energy was something I communed with on a daily basis. ...

People often talk about the glass ceiling, in terms of women, or minorities. But there’s also a sensitive ceiling throughout much of the world. ...

This post is inspired by Glamour magazine’s ‘Hey, it’s OK’ page. This is my personal list, which I think will resonate with HSPs, introverts, mavericks and makers. ...

For years I got the message that my frizzy, natural hair wasn’t appropriate. Now, I’m fighting back. ...

It takes a village, they say, a village to raise a child. But I think it takes far less than that. A sympathetic nod, a smile, and the willingness to step out of yourself and imagine what life must be like for a young juggler....

With a blog you are the editor-in-chief, the publisher and content creator. As a writer it's liberating to have a vehicle that puts you in charge of your creative destiny....

I'm delighted to announce that I'm the new Expat Round-Up Editor at Brit Mums, which is Britain's biggest collective of lifestyle bloggers and social media influencers. Now, it's over to you. ...

I first picked up The Artist's Way in 2002 and nearly 15 years later I got to meet the author. Here's what I learned from attending Julia's sessions at the Hay House 2016 Writer's Workshop. Read all about popcorn, power and keeping it real....