I'm the type of girl who can't go to work without make up on, but when you also get up at 6am and need to leave the house by 7am it's all about the minimal five minute makeup routine. Quick, simple and easy to do when you are half asleep and need to get out … Continue reading The 5 Minute Face: My Everyday Minimal Makeup Routine
Lockdown 2 has come along, but this time sport (football) is still thriving with no fans and a Premier League where results are all over the place. Marketing is still happening, new sponsorship deals are being signed, and sponsors are getting their names on training grounds. And yes there are some new sponsorship deals including … Continue reading Football Marketing #8 – Arsenal UN & Sustainability, Southampton Stop The Count & Turf Moor is a Happy Place.
2020, it’s been a weird year. During lockdown and the months to mid July I found peace in reading. I finished one book and was straight onto the next. I was following along with Beth’s Book Club, and found a love for reading that I never really knew I had. Reading has always been a … Continue reading The Reading List #3 – Finding my love for reading again…
After 20 years of education, an undergrad degree, masters degree and lived abroad for year later, and suddenly you have to make the transition from student to adult. You have to get your first job, you are suddenly working 9-5, or 8 -6 for the first time in your life, and your weekends are no … Continue reading The First Job After University
It's an interesting one, while most football fans follow their own club on social media, football supporters also follow a number of EPL and WSL club's on Twitter or regularly see their tweets appear on their feed. Whether it is a meme, a viral tweet, a new signing, match day commentary, informative information regarding tickets, … Continue reading How do Premier League and Women’s Super League clubs’ use Twitter?