My Top 3 for London Stress Free

It was my husbands birthday at the weekend and he decided that he would like to have a “day out in London” . . . .

To be honest when he suggested it (via email from work just 3 days beforehand)  my first reaction was a bit negative . . . .

. . . .Recollection of a cold windy day . . . .wandering around London . . . lots of walking on unfamiliar streets . . . .

. . . trusting a man who has a much better sense of direction than me. . . but getting a bit fed up none the less.

. . . and that was our last trip – a weekend away about 11 years ago, during March 2005. . . . .  pre-kids. . . but not really London stress free.

Maybe we could do better this time . . . .
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What’s a responsive website and why you need one

I  had a lovely conversation on Monday with a copywriter friend, which led to an bit of an eye opening revelation about responsive websites.

In fact we got on so well, and our business models are so similar that I think we will soon be working together to be able to offer better services to each of our respective clients.

Gayle Edwards is a copywriter based in Lichfield and during our meeting we talked about her own website and why she is not that keen on it.

I had a look when I got home and it’s very nice.
In fact the only immediate thing that I noticed is that it is not a responsive website.

When I said this to her, I was quite surprised when she responded telling me that to be honest she did not know what a responsive website was. . .

So there was the eye opener . . . . a kind of reminder really too – for me – to not assume that everyone is in the know about everything.

But if you have an online presence then it really ought to include a responsive website . . . .
so what is it?

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It’s time to break the rules

Happy 2016!

I hope you had a great time . . . Christmas Rules in our house . . . and this year was no exception.

I just had a quick read of my first blog for 2015, and I am pleased to say that this Christmas has been as successful than the last one. . . .

 . . .

the childhood appreciation stakes have definitely remained strong, maybe as they get older my boys understand how much things cost. . . .
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