Lucky Things shares stories and top tips on juggling your career, confidence, wellbeing, life and style.
With over 15 years corporate experience in HR, people development and coaching, I’ve helped others to learn more about leading their careers and growing their confidence. Every part of my career kaleidoscope has led to the next; building amazing networks and taking up opportunities to work with talented people. My career has spanned across working in magazines, fashion, the music industry, DJing and corporate city life. I now run my own HR consultancy Collective Insight.
I’m a connector. I connect people with others and also with things or brands they might enjoy. In 2016, I set up the social and networking events the Lucky Things Meet Ups where women could also take something away for their own personal development. More sell-out events are taking place in London, Bristol, Manchester and Brighton this year. Check out #LuckyThingsMeetUp on Instagram to see the feedback so far. You can also hear me talking about Lucky Things over on BBC Radio/BBC News here.
Life isn’t always straightforward. We made it through a long and unpredictable journey ending up with two IVF daughters. Blogging is also a platform to increase awareness and support for the IVF journey and our general wellbeing. I was featured as the Mumsnet Blog of the Day for Will we tell our children they are IVF babies?
A little more about the H-crew… Me and my husband Mr H live in London and we love showing it off to our crew; four-year old ‘Big Munch’ and two-year old ‘Toddler Munch’. Big Munch loves being creative and hanging out with her little friends. Toddler Munch loves exploring new spaces and making a mess! As a family, we love being creative, out and about in London, weekends away in the UK and lounge discos.
In March 2017, I was interviewed about blogging and my Instagram adventures on BBC Radio/BBC News. Check out the radio show and videos here.
It’s been great being featured in interviews or guest posts on other websites:
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