Just a quick and simple post to showcase one paleo substitute that we love! Making courgette spaghetti is so easy, we simply use a julienne peeler (although lots of people have and use the vegetable spiralizer) – put a little olive or coconut oil in a wok and stirfry for 5 mins for perfect spaghetti! … Continue reading Courgette Spaghetti
I’ve been keeping chickens for about 18 months now, I don’t consider my chickens to be ‘pets’, but I enjoy seeing them potter about in the garden, enjoy the (occasional) benefit of fresh eggs and feel a sense of satisfaction knowing that they receive a higher level of welfare than many chickens kept for mass … Continue reading Keeping Chickens: The Truth
One of the most common problems I find as a social mediator is reassuring the client that there is true value in what they’re doing when it comes to their social media activities and content marketing strategy. For many SME’s there is a realisation that they should be active on social media, but the understanding … Continue reading The True Value of Social Media
So your ‘all singing, all dancing’ website is finally live, you’ve set up various social media accounts and you have plans in place for some creative e-mail marketing campaigns, you’ve even got as far as mapping out what you’re going to communicate to your customers and when, but have you thought about HOW you’re going … Continue reading Would Mary Say That? Tone of Voice for Branding
Some 7 months ago, and after 11 years of nagging the fiancé my dream to become a dog owner was realised! The choice of breed inevitably came down to Spaniel v.s. Labrador – I knew I wanted a dog I could work…Spaniel had to win hands down (sometimes I wish I’d opted for the steadiness … Continue reading Turning a Corner!
Social media is visual – fact. If you want your social media strategy to work for you, and you want to see you engagement rate increase, you simply must utilise images and videos, and even more importantly they absolutely must be copyright free (don’t pinch adverts, not only does it put you at risk of … Continue reading Never miss an opportunity
Damsons are notoriously at their best in September – but I won’t be the only one that’s noticed that the seasons appear to be a little out of kilter this year with trees being full of Damsons throughout August. For those that don’t know, Damons are similar to plums and form part of the rose … Continue reading Eat the Seasons – Damsons