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THE SURPRISING THING I LEARNT ON A DAY COURSE AT LONDON FLOWER SCHOOL

I had a chilled out, inspiring day over at the London Flower School last week. I was invited along to try out one of their short courses, which include learning how to make a hand tied bouquet as well as the course I chose, 'Flowers Inspired by Art'. But instead of learning how to make a pretty floral arrangement I learnt something really quite unexpected...

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REVIEW OF STREET & DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY COURSE AT THE LIoP

In my recent post about my favourite photographs I told you that I've recently enrolled on a professional photography course at the London Institute of Photography. This is kind of like a condensed photography degree but not academic - It's all taught by industry professionals.

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WHY SIGNING UP FOR AN INTERIOR DESIGN DIPLOMA WAS A BIG MISTAKE

This post has been a long time coming and to be honest I've felt very concerned about putting it out there in the public realm due to how it could be perceived, but I do really need to be truthful and honest to the people who send me many, many emails every week and ask me if doing an interior design diploma is a good idea if you want to become an interior designer or interior stylist. Because the answer isn't as simple as you might think. Here's the full story, warts and all, about my experience of doing an interior design diploma (and why I subsequently gave it up). 

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INTERIOR DESIGN DIPLOMA UPDATE: I'VE SUBMITTED MY FIRST PROJECT!

A huge weight was lifted off of my shoulders last week when I submitted my first 4 tasks to make up the first project of my diploma. I had been going back and forth on each project and not really finishing each before I started the next one, so I had an array of half finished bits of work here and there, which just felt like a big mess. Here's what I had to submit to make up the first project. 

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FINDING TIME TO STUDY AN INTERIOR DESIGN DIPLOMA, WORK FULL TIME AND BE A MUMMY

Hey guys! I'm writing this post because I've recently started an interior design diploma and had some people ask me about where I was doing it and how I was fitting it alongside work and family, so I thought it might be useful to share. Read on as I reveal all of my secrets (and neekiness)...

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