Monday, 23 February 2015


There are sources of inspiration that van be found wherever you look, I like to think that you can take as much or as little away from these situations.


My first source of inspiration is Pinterest. There are so many pictures from any topic you can imagine. It’s so great and to see what other bloggers are looking at too is very interesting. It’s great to help with research for blog posts or other pieces of writing. But also for everyday life.

I love talking to my family, the things we talk about can get me thinking about all kinds of stuff which is great. Even if it gives me little bit of inspiration that’s enough for me. My family, themselves, are an inspiration as well, there are parts of their characters that I would love to be like.


At work a couple of weeks ago, I had a conversation with my manager that filled me with so much inspiration. I had to write everything down before I forgot it but something clicked and I was feeling very creative.

You may, or may not, have seen my post about the “This Girl Can” video. I think it had only been out a few hours but I was already blogging about it. I think this video is an inspiration to everyone out there and if you put your mind to something then you can definitely achieve it, I mean what’s really stopping  you?

At the beginning of the year I started my Day Zero Challenge. This is a list of 101 things I would like to do in 1001 days. These 101 things are listed under several different categories to break it up a little bit. I must say it is going very well and I have achieved a considerable amount in only 2 months. A few of them have been planned as well, like going to food shows and a festival. It really helps to have something like this as I have a whole variety of things I am doing and working towards that I wouldn’t have considered doing otherwise.

There are plenty of blogs out there that I read on a daily basis that are an inspiration. To name a few Lauren Shipley, Career Girl Daily, Hannah Gale and Diary of a Freelancer by Sweet Electric. I would love to do full time blogging and freelance work like these girls…one day!


This may sound somewhat self-centred, but myself! I should consider myself an inspiration a bit more, I ave achieved plenty and I aspire to do so much more so why shouldn’t I be inspired by what I have achieved?

Who or what inspires you?

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  1. Other blogs and Pinterest are two of my top inspirations too, plus the people I work with and are friends with - so many great minds and ideas out there! xx

  2. Your pinterest is great! so many pretty things! looking forward to meeting other bloggers to see how they think! xx


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