Today I’m introducing Flourishing Entrepreneur #7 Ella Hulbert of Ella Rose Cakes, who just happens to be my sister! She’s featured on the blog in the past with her cake recipes so I’m excited to introduce you to her properly this time with a full dig in to her career and entrepreneurial journey.
I’ve invited Amie from Fitness Forster back to the blog after her Flourishing Entrepreneurs interview to bring us a tasty sweet treat recipe. As you all know if you’re regular readers here, baking and desserts are my weakness, so Amie and I thought we’d put our strengths to good use for one another and do a recipe swap!
The biggest reason I hear people say they ‘can’t’ eat healthily is time. But guess what? We’ve all got 24hrs in the day. We all have obligations, we all have busy jobs and some of us even have families on top of that too. Why do some people manage to find the time to eat well and nourish themselves, while you’re left struggling?
It’s the return of Flourishing Entrepreneurs this week: the series introduces you to incredible women who have started their own businesses. Today I’m introducing Flourishing Entrepreneur #6 Camilla Dempster, Personal Trainer and Sports Massage Therapist - and a whole lot more.
Who is loving the Great British Bake Off at the moment? I love it! Spurred on by the successes (and failures!) of the GBBO contestants I got in the kitchen with some California Walnuts to make this tasty quiche with walnut pastry and a fluffy cheese filling.
We see so many people talking about the amazing things going on in their business, when do we hear about people just doing mediocre? Celebrating an increase of any size? When do people shout from the roof tops about messing things up? So I’m here to give you 3 things that I’ve ‘failed’ at recently, in the hopes that it will encourage you to reassess your ‘failures’ and reframe them in a more positive light.
I started training to be a coach earlier this year with Erickson Coaching. Rather than giving me an elaborate and complex set of theories by which to undertake coaching, it gave me a very simple, single principle by which to lead all my sessions: the client is okay. Here’s how that’s helped me become a better friend and more patient person in my everyday life too.
Winter is officially on its way and so soup making time has returned. For a really seasonal recipe I wanted to make a dish with sweetcorn. I love the sweetness and most of all the colour and I’ve enhanced it in this recipe with some turmeric and given it a kick with some nice spices.
I love writing. You might have guessed if you’ve been here often enough. My blog posts are never short and even then I’ve cut them down and hacked back a lot that wasn’t necessary! Journaling should feel like a natural outlet for me, right? Wrong. So when Jennifer Cockroft sent me one of her Mindful Moments journals to trial I was intrigued. Is it something I would enjoy using? Or get anything out of? Or would I think it was a waste of time?
Back in August I launched a new series on the blog - Flourishing Entrepreneurs, introducing you to incredible women who have started their own businesses. In this post I’m introducing Flourishing Entrepreneur #5 Lea Tierney, a chocolate maker, Indian Head Massage Therapist and wellness coach and writer. Lea is a vey dear friend and I’m so pleased to be able to share her thoughts with you in this interview.