Another Monday, another blog post! Welcome to this week's special instalment of "Blog Post Monday".
Whilst sitting down with a brew this week, those Yorkshire tea leaves struck a chord in my brain. I realised that my life is full, and I mean full, of so many strong, amazing women. I have far more women in my life than I do men. And looking back through my life, it's safe to say that it's these strong women who have influenced my path and helped me become the person I am today.
So, with it being International Women's Day today, I thought, what better way to celebrate this than to write about some of the amazing women in my life. And, I encourage you all to do the same. Take a moment to think about the women in your life who have had a positive impact on you and why not share those stories.
I'll start by saying a massive thank you to my gang of women. Thank you for being a positive influence on my life and for your continued love, support and encouragement. I salute you all!
Happy New Year one and all! I hope you all had the very best possible Christmases you could have, given the circumstances. Most importantly, I hope you all stayed safe and got all the antiques you wished for!
Welcome back to 'Blog Post Monday', my first post of 2021. I'm feeling a bit rusty, so I'm going to break myself in gently this year. With every New Year comes a clean slate, a chance to set yourself some ridiculous goals for the coming year and an opportunity to look back on the year just gone...
With that in mind, this week's blog post is dedicated to my top memories of 2020 and to the challenges I'll be setting myself for 2021. So, for the first time this year, get that kettle on, kick back and let me take you back to 2020 (sorry!!)...!
Ahoy there ship mates! It's Monday and that can mean only one thing... It's time for my weekly blog post!
This week I'm treating you to a little insight into my life as an antiques dealer during lockdown. I'll tell you what I've been up to, including a collaboration, another attempt at reuniting a family with a lost piece of history, as well as a little snippet of the more creative side of the job.
So, if this tickles your taste buds, get that kettle on and settle in for this week's instalment...
Hello and happy Monday one and all! I hope you've all had a pleasant week and you've been buying plenty of antiques!
This week, I thought it might be nice to give you an update on how Source Vintage and self employment has been going for me, six months on. I hope to reassure some of you that there will always be light at the end of the tunnel, no matter how bad it gets. Never lose hope. Follow your passion, hustle and most importantly, believe.
So, you know what to do. Get that kettle on and settle in for this week's instalment of my blog...