A Blog by Gill Bruce

Author: Gill

Europe in the 90s as a British Kid

In my life I’ve only really had one super, super best friend, that I couldn’t have lived without. Though I’m quite social, my transient nature probably comes from spending a lot of time ‘away’ from friends during the summer holidays. We’d spend a big chunk […]

On: Working Around The Kids

On: Working Around The Kids

Recently, an experienced career lady emailed me and asked for my advice on how to ‘work around the kids’. I’m no expert. Having been fully self employed for little over six months, I’m definitely a newbie. But if I can help any woman who is […]

On: Struggles With Personal Blogging

On: Struggles With Personal Blogging

Since blogging began, it has helped both established and aspiring creatives to find a platform, so they can engage with their audience and deliver the content of their dreams. It’s a double-edged sword. Blogging has allowed many excellent writers to surface and gather the following that they deserve. […]

On: Being What you Teach

This post is dedicated to the class of lovely people, who I’ve had the pleasure of working with over the last five weeks. With bags full of creativity, they have attended my ‘Blogging for Beginners’ class of an evening in Harrogate. Imagine if they had […]

The Joys of Glamping

The Joys of Glamping

The idea of camping is often far nicer than the reality. Hurrah for Gin nailed it for me this week with her take on it all: So this is why I booked a glamping trip up in Berwick-upon-Tweed earlier this month. The ‘wigwams’ at our […]