In honour of it not only being Mother’s day (in the UK), but additionally my first Mother’s Day as a new Mother, I thought I would take the opportunity to write about my experience of pregnancy and after with regards to the tools, apps and sites I used to get this far (and am still […]
Beautifully done by Adam & Eve DDB and in support of Age UK where you can read more about and donate here.
Barbie helping to move thinking in the right direction. This ad brought tears to my eyes. Not only because it probably resonates with my life as a child through to the constant battle to be equal, but also the hope for little girls now and in the future.
“I’m not an A+ student. I have definitely struggled with school, [But] having this business, I realized that book smart isn’t the same as entrepreneurial smart. I’ve tried to channel the business to give me more confidence in school.” – Noa Mintz, 15, founder of Nannies by Noa Full story on Mashable
Stripe makes digital appointments to deliver on big ambition STRIPE Communications has today (15th January 2015) announced a further strengthening of its digital team as it gears up for its most ambitious year yet. The senior appointment of digital director, Darcie Tanner, supports the agency’s strategic growth plan to further develop and invest in its digital proposition […]
Finally having the time to sort through a lot of my open tabs and read later items and I thought I would share a few that stood out to me to help kick start the year. New year, new you: An Almost Foolproof Way to Achieve Every Goal You Set Recommended reading from Turner Hopkins […]
My recent post on the Lost Boys blog: There is a perception that social tools, like Hootsuite, Sprinklr and Percolate, are just something that is nice to have. They should be free, they are only relevant for large corporations or they are too complex for the service they provide. In reality, a social tool is […]
MRY UK rebranded/relaunched/redeployed as Lost Boys in September this year and to help kick off the new blog I’ve written an introduction to Social Operations, what I like to describe as the behind the scenes activity that helps clients “get sh*t done, socially”. Here’s an excerpt to get started: The social world is full of made up […]
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