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ME, MOSCHINO AND THE LAW OF ATTRACTION

Recently, you may have seen that in my online education business (No Bull Business School) we ran a course all about Money + Manifesting. Part of the course homework was to write a list of 100 things you want. Of course, as the co-tutor of the course I did the homework too.

I wrote lots of things on my '100 things I want' list. The lease on our flat extended. A new kitchen. Invisalign. To own some Moschino clothing. 

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FEELING A BIT MEH? HERE ARE 10 STEPS TO GET YOU OUT OF A FUNK

Me and my friend Milly spend most days what'sapping each other about our respective businesses (and life). Milly runs a no-sugar-no-junk-no-nasties kids ketchup business called Kidchup - genius I know, I'd love to take credit for that name but alas I cannot. Anyway I digress. We spend the day talking to each other about life, business usually and every now and then we have to pull each other out of feeling a bit 'meh' as we like to call it.

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HELP! MY HOME DOESN'T REPRESENT MY STYLE

Recently I've heard this from friends and people I meet a lot. They're living in a home that essentially doesn't represent their personality AT ALL. Just like our clothes, haircuts and the makeup we wear, our homes represent us as people and what we want to convey to the world. So if you can relate, here are some steps you can take to make it feel a lot more you. Because I think you're pretty awesome. 

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I USED TO HATE PEOPLE WHO WORKED OUT. BUT SH*T, NOW AM I ONE

I used to hate people that worked out, now I am one. I was literally the nemesis of exercise. It became a part of my personality so deeply ingrained that even the thought of going to the gym had me scoffing and cussing out people who 'trained' - uurgh, what a word, training for what love? The gym selfie Olympics?! 

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8 THINGS THAT ARE WORTH BUYING IN THE JANUARY SALES

Hi guys! Hope you're all enjoying the New Year and you're full of fresh ideas and excitement for the future. One thing I do love about this time of year (alongside the sweet smell of optimism) is that it's a great time to save money on some purchases that you would normally make at full price. BUT. Saying that, it can be a time to be drawn in by promises of savings and compulsive purchases that are more pointless than Mariah Carey having a working microphone (did you see that performance, ouch!). So as my latest #swifthomehack for Switftcover I've put together a little guide to have you enjoying your savings rather than regretting your splurges. 

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WHY GREAT DESIGN SHOULD MAKE YOU CRAP YOURSELF A BIT

Great designers don't make you feel safe. They doesn't softly whisper 'come here and look at this, It's pretty', instead they grab you by the proverbial balls and take you to a realm of the undiscovered. Outside of your comfort zone. And definitely, most definitely, never ever let you feel safe. 

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HOW MOVING TO A CO-WORKING SPACE INCREASED MY PRODUCTIVITY

Word up! Things have gone from 0-60 around here lately. What with No Bull Blog School, the blog, styling work and various other things a gwan I needed to find somewhere outside of my flat to really crack on and get productive. I've always loved the idea of shared workspaces but couldn't really understand why people who work for themselves would pay to go and work somewhere else when you could just roll out of bed and pick up your laptop.

So I decided to try it. AND THEN IT HAPPENED.

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HOW I LAUNCHED MY MOST SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS VENTURE TO DATE WITHOUT REALISING

It seems like life has been going at warp speed recently. I felt like it was time to do a little update, because I've had some massive changes happen in my working life over the last 6 months. You might have seen a little thing of mine called the 'No Bull Blog School' floating around 'pon the internet lately. Well, that has been the start of something quite extraordinary. Here's how I launched my most successful business venture to date (and trust me there have been a few), without realising what I was doing. 

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