This week, we’re so excited to welcome Sophie Cross to the podcast. Sophie is a freelance copywriter and marketer and also runs fantastic marketing courses for freelancers under her brand, Thoughtfully.
It’s no secret that we don’t agree with hustle culture… we’re must more about the slow life than rise and grind. You won’t catch us up at 3.30am for a tasteless protein shake or hammering at the emails until midnight. In this week’s episode, we take a closer look at two of the most famous and popular motivational speakers, Gary Vee and David Goggins.
In this week’s episode, we chat to Newcastle-based digital skills and data privacy expert, Kate Watson, all about digital confidence, ageism in tech and how to work around what life throws at you.
In today’s episode, we are chatting about how we ended up running a business together. We throwback to when we first met fresh out of uni working in a local bar, how we entered similar industries and what pushed Craig to take the leap into self-employment with Ellen.
This week, we are talking about our love of dogs. From reminiscing about the time we worked at an animal shelter in Thailand to the first time we saw Potter (spoiler: it was 3 years before we adopted him), and finally how Harmony joined – and completed – our family.
In this week’s episode of Conversations By The Sea, we are answering questions from the lovely freelancer community on Twitter. We chat about Ellen’s journey from sole trader to VAT-registered limited company, how we are dealing with Craig’s ADHD diagnosis, and how we cope with bad mental health days in the business.
This week, we are talking to freelance brand photographer, Lauren McWilliams all about dramatic career changes and bullying at work.
This week we are delighted to welcome our very first guest, Katie Thompson of Katie Lingo, a freelance copywriter, proofreader and content marketer based in York, UK.