Are you self-employed, work from home or other remote worker based in west Cornwall (specifically Falmouth and Penryn area)? Are you fed up with working alone with only your four walls for company? Why not come along to Cornwall’s newest Jelly event? The digital economy and remote working have led to an unprecedented number of … Continue reading UK Jelly Work From Home Group Falmouth and Penryn (Every Thursday)!
You can sometimes find acquaintance and commonality in the most unusual places. I first found Alexis Chateau’s blog around two years ago. I can’t quite remember how, maybe it was the chronicles of her travels around the southern US states. Yet it ended up being her posts on Jamaican culture that I found the most … Continue reading Cornwall and the Linguistic Diaspora
It’s all moving a bit fast, isn’t it? The more blogs I read, the more I see how website aesthetics have changed with mobile internet and touch screen technology. The most noticeable change is the move toward touchscreen functionality which is no longer limited to mobile devices but now common on laptops too. So I’ve … Continue reading The Importance of a Good Blog Theme
I hate labels and I hate stereotypes. As a GenXer, I’m apparently supposed to loath the Baby Boomer “Generation Greed” as much as I’m supposed to hate Millennial “Generation Snowflake”. In a recent amusing news piece on CNBC and featured on HuffPo UK, it was demonstrated that GenX really is the forgotten generation (as we’d … Continue reading Yeah, I’m GenX and I’m Smashing Freelancing…
Our lovely little corner of the country attracts millions of visitors every year. Coastal resorts such as St Ives become choc-a-bloc with tourist from the spring through to early autumn. Land’s End and Sennen Cove and the striking coast of West Penwith are amazing and inspiring for creatives. If it isn’t the coast, there’s the … Continue reading Free Things to Do in Cornwall in Winter to Inspire Writers and Photographers
Disclaimer: I am not being paid for this article about Freedcamp. My views are my own. For most of my nearly six years as a freelance writer, I’ve not really needed to manage my work. I’ve simply used Sticky notes on my desktop to see how much work I have this week and help me … Continue reading How Did I Ever Organise My Time Before Freedcamp?
I’ve set myself three goals for this year (I don’t really want to call them “resolutions”). The first I’ve already discussed, which is to continue to pursue options to get my novel Salmonweird published The second is to get better at promoting my business and products on social media. I’ve taken steps towards this already … Continue reading Photographing My Way Through January
This is the week I start a photography course to improve the handling of my camera and get to grips with all its complex settings. I already have a portfolio at Alamy with around 125 images to date. As I look to build photography into my business through 2019, I’m exploring other avenues of promotion. … Continue reading See More of My Photographs at Twenty20
It’s beginning to look a lot like January – cold, dark and wet. The Christmas decorations are down for most, although we keep ours up until 12th night (5th), I just don’t have the heart to put the lights on after New Year’s Day night. Summer is long enough ago to be a memory and … Continue reading Winter, Seasonal Affective Disorder, and the Writer
Perhaps a more poignant reflection for the end of 2018. It has been a difficult year in many ways, but by no means the worst I’ve ever experienced. I would say “bittersweet” with the start of 2019 looking like beginning with a bright future right now. January started as any other did – I had … Continue reading None of Us Are Getting Any Younger, So Enjoy It
Her first year is over already, except for the season special which will broadcast on New Year’s Day rather than Christmas Day. I’ve never been able to figure out whether the seasonal special is supposed to be a swansong for the last series (especially as the last three regenerations have taken place then) or an … Continue reading My Thoughts on Jodie Whittaker’s First Season as The Doctor