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Best job ever

Have you ever wondered what is the best job title in the world? (besides body oil application assistant to Tom Hardy). Did you know that you could be a ‘Cheesecake Creator’ – me either, until I met Chetal Patel from Sopwell Pantry. Best job in the world, Chetal Patel your new best friend
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Life Check up

As promised at the beginning of September when I learnt about the Blue Zones I am sharing the results of my Inner Life, Outer Life and Spiritual Life check up...
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A writers life

I had the best fun yesterday playing dress up with Amanda Hall after being made a much, much more gorgeous version of myself by Sophie Matthews.
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Creative muscle workout

It was great to get a kick in the proverbial creative pants recently from the powerhouse of energy that is Jodie, from Business Allotment. As my regular readers will know there have been many posts about how good I am at procrastinating, and a lot of talk about the various things I am doing that don’t include getting my next book to my editor
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Publishing & social media

SO... today has been able getting my butt in gear, organising the last few dates of the book tour - making sure that the transport is booked, that I have enough books to sign, and cards to give out to people pointing them to my blog. Expect my next three months of blogs to be tour related, I plan to share the ups, downs and everything in between of the indie writers life.
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Doner Kebabs & heart attacks

Another day, another Doner, my confession to you is that I live in London, and I have never actually tried a doner kebab, never even been tempted not when drunk or when insanely hungry. There may even be people reading this who have never even seen one.
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Mysteries and miss- stories

I have been wanting to trace the family history for years, I remember promising myself that when I finished my degree, and had more time then I would start. Then I did the counselling course, and then I started writing the book.
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Urban neighbours

Looking at how close I am to having written he 10,000 hours that you ‘need’ to become an expert in your field I have to assume that it started from when I did my degree, I spent time researching what I was writing as well as putting together what I wanted to say in a way that someone else would be able to understand it, so that is my start
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Learning to write

Writing for the sake of writing, just about anything seems like an odd way to learn your craft, but thanks to How to be a writer by Sally O'Reilly thinking about how you need 10,000 hours to be expert
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