GIVEAWAY | Project You 2015 Life Design Course


A new year is the perfect time to make new goals, to assess where you want improvements to be made and it's a clean start to begin putting changes into practise. 2015 is a year I'm very excited about. Imagine if in 2015 you lived the life you really wanted to live, filled with the things you love. 

That's where Project You comes in. Project You is a 6 week online Life Design course run and designed by Selina Barker, one of the UK's top life design coaches (and she also happens to be my cousin). Project You gives you a chance to step back and really get clear on what you want to fill your life with and learn how to design your life so that you really DO fill it up with things you love.

Project You starts on 4th January and normally costs £89 ($139) to buy but there's currently an early bird sale, which ends in two days, where you can buy the course for £67. Project You is available to anyone anywhere in the world and I'll be taking part on the course too. So who's ready to make 2015 a year of positive changes with me?

The best news is I have one place on Project You to giveaway to one of my readers! Simply enter the giveaway below for your chance to win YOUR place on Project You 2015. And because I know everyone is busy over the Christmas period this giveaway will be open for an extended period until 31st January.

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We're In Malaysia


I wanted to break this silence to let you know that Orlaith and I are in Malaysia celebrating the wedding of one of my oldest friends. Every day is ridiculously full, we're out exploring, celebrating and catching up with my 'Malaysian family'.  I look forward to sharing our adventures here, but for now, I'm saving every drop of energy for this fantastic trip we're on. If everything goes to plan I may even have a video to share too. Let's see :)

Saatchi Gallery


Orlaith and I recently made a visit to the Saatchi Gallery with some friends. The Saatchi Gallery is one of my favourite galleries, there are so many rooms and installations to explore, admission is free to all exhibitions, and it's in a really great spot on the King's Road surrounded by lots of shops and cafes.

I loved so much of the art that was on display but I think the overall highlight for us was the ant installation. They all appeared to be made from natural or recycled materials, such as using twigs for the legs. It's great, especially for kids, to be able to see that art can be made from pretty much anything.

The installation we saw is called 'Pangaea: New Art From Africa And Latin America' which is unfortunately no longer showing, but there is a brand new exhibition on now. We'll definitely being heading there to see it at some point soon.

What's your favourite art gallery?


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