This is what Rosa Mockton explores in her film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UqmTI2H13yE
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2624449/Boy-cerebral-palsy-learns-sit-crawl-walk-frame-special-school-helps-retrain-brain.html Such a lovely story, it popped up on my Facebook timeline and I want to share this with you. This just shows that if you're willing to give a 110% then you get what you want. I'm also thankful that medical professionals like these exist. His family must be really proud, because it's not … Continue reading News in the disabled community: Boy learns to walk again after retraining his brain.
Where you are now, isn't your final destination. First off dust off your CV and make sure it's as polished as it can be - ask someone to look at it for you. Sign up for every job site going. Figure out what you want to do, Make a list of your strengths and weaknesses … Continue reading Writing: Tips when you apply for jobs/interviews
I recently had the privilege to sit down and talk with the writer Kitty Neale, she is definitely the Queen of the saga. Here's what you had to say about my many many questions and about her new novel; a sister's sorrow I didn’t start writing until I was in my late fifties. Most of … Continue reading Author interview: Kitty Neale
So last summer I interviewed Carina after I got hooked on her detective turned model series, so I thought I'd share it here. 1. So I'm 3/4 my way through book 1 so no spoilers, please! What inspired you to write the book? My fashion experiences! (I worked as a fashion model for many years … Continue reading An interview with Models undercover author Carina Axelsson
interview with beauty blogger, Shona Louise Good morning! Last July I interviewed Shona Louise, a beauty blogger, an LGBTQ advocate and disability advocate. 1)Why and when did you decide to start blogging? 2) What was your first post? 3) What is your most popular post? 4) Meaning behind your blog name? 5) 5 things you … Continue reading Fashion and beauty: An interview with beauty blogger Shona Louise
Hi Z, so what made you want to be fashion blogger and makeup artist? I realised I wanted to be a make-up artist when I applied for an assistant MUA role for a short film, I'd always had an interest in make-up and was obsessed with putting it on myself, so I decided to apply … Continue reading The Fashion expert: An interview with Zahra Parry