Can you picture where you’ll be in a year? Imagine 2018.
Featuring Tahira Resalat this month for the launch 🚀 of “Inspiring Figures” – a column of people you should know about.
My take on the how’s and why’s on starting a blog ✏️
Sharing some stories on self-confidence 🌼
A look back at the first 31 days of the year! ⚡️
Put your hands up if the excess sales and browsing different shops give you a headache? 🙋🏻♀️ I feel you.
A few thoughts from a conversation and a DM on being a rocking princess “fit” chick.
One thing I hear from people is that they “just don’t have time” to work out in the week, but there are things that you can do to make time for your health! 💙
So before we dive into a fresh new spring (supposedly) month, let’s look back at the last 28 days 💖
Code First: Girls hosted their second Northern Conference (#CFGNConf18) at PwC in Manchester last week. Here’s what I took away from the conference as well as what I hope I gave back ✨
Sharing everything I learnt organising #HackMed18 – a medically focused hackathon that aims to solve problems related to humanity’s elementary need, health.
This month’s “Inspiring Figures” – the column of people you should know about – features powerlifting badass Cherry Yeung.
This #MindfulMarch, I continued being a full-time Powerhouse, obsessed over my health data and practised gratitude every single day. 🌻
Being involved with the Code First: Girls community opened up so many opportunities to me from scoring a Web Developer job to boosting my confidence in STEM and beyond 🚀
I had the fantastic opportunity to give a talk at the inspireWIT conference this year, on the power of persistence in my journey so far. It was such an honour! ✨
Sharing my favourite health and wellness apps that helps me stay on track and keep a record of my health data. 💉
Looking back at the month of April’s achievements, lowlights, obsessions and favourites! 💫
🖱Right click, copy. Click, right click, paste. Discussing thoughts on imitation, copying, stealing creative work to inspiration and vision.
This week I attended the Tab’s Future 100 event at J.P Morgan in London, here’s what I took away!
This month’s “Inspiring Figures” – the column of people you should know about – features the creative, Bolu Bello.
A week summary post on spending sunnier days at Ladybower Reservoir, exploring Leeds and thoughts on the upcoming months – including moving out! 😱
This May, I spent most of my time grinding to the end of my degree, working on optimising my health, watering my creativity and playing with new tech whilst enjoying the sunshine!
I attended my first ever blogger event over the weekend for the launch of 200 degrees coffee shop in Sheffield. ☕️
A reflection of my final year as an undergrad detailing my experience, things I learnt and the exciting future ahead. #shefunilife
This month’s “Inspiring Figures” – the column of people you should know about – features the techie entrepreneur, Naomi Thomas.
Today I turn another year older, hopefully with that a lot wiser too! I’m quickly reflecting on my achievements of a year of being 21 and looking ahead onto 22! 🐾
Read about what I got up to this month from my trip away, finishing university and turning 22!
Sharing the awesome highlights as well as the unexpected bumps during mine and Matt’s trip to Málaga!
It’s been two weeks since I started the new chapter of my life and it’s not been as smooth as I expected. But when there’s a will, there’s a way…
This month’s “Inspiring Figures” – the column of people you should know about – features the incredible entrepreneur Maria Kritikos, founder of LWL network.
Last week, I graduated from the University of Sheffield with a BSc (Hons) degree in Biomedical Sciences. And just like that my academic life has come to a close!
July has been a month of change and the main thing I’ve been doing is adjusting to a new city, job and life! This is how the hottest month of the year was, for me. ✨
My blog turns 4 years old today 🎂 So I’m looking back at how and why I started, how the digital world has changed and the core values of Pawlean.
This month’s “Inspiring Figures” – the column of people you should know about – features the very talented Tara, a full-stack developer in the start-up scene.
When I truly prioritised myself starting with my physical and mental health… everything changed – beyond seeing an ab or two! Here is #PawGainz, 2 years on.
Sharing my recent vlogging-venture with the University of Sheffield and previous projects. Wishing all students joining this Sept the very best! 🌟
August celebrated a lot of anniversaries from #4YearsofPaw, 2 years of creating a better me and another year of implementing this blog column monthly!
This month’s “Inspiring Figures” – the column of people you should know about – features the incredible Natalie Franke, founder of the Rising Tide Society.
Hitting the pause button to reflect on the last 2 weeks of my induction for my new role at BT / EE.
Collaborating with Earnest; a technology-enabled FinTech lender on ways you can start keeping more money every month! 💰
September has been the month of being constantly on-the-go, adjusting to a new working environment and remembering my why. 💕
A portrait collection of markers and creators by Ness Labs. Sharing my thoughts on why this project was important to me and Little Paw. 🐾
The first step to Personal Development is understanding where you are right now, I use Myers Briggs Test and the Strengths Profile with this! Here are my findings. 💭
This month’s “Inspiring Figures” – the column of people you should know about – features the incredible David da Silva, product designer with the love of making art with code.
October has been the month of self-awareness, honesty, recognition and exploration. ✨
Reflecting on my ✨achievement unlocked: can speak in public without breaking down ✨ Sharing some advice from a year of speaking.
A personal post about life recently and how looking on the bright side is healing. ❤️
This month’s “Inspiring Figures” – the column of people you should know about – features the incredible Aimee Browes, founder of the Happiness Bootcamp and Personal Trainer.
On Saturday, I gave a workshop on how to up your online presence to secure opportunities at the Northern Power Futures event in Manchester. This is what I covered ✨
November has been a tough one. But taught me a hell lot of things 🙌🏼
I was invited to speak at a cross-governmental event on my STEM career, here’s a quick summary of what I took away and gave back. 🌟
This month’s “Inspiring Figures” – the column of people you should know about – features techie Nathalia Rus.
With 2018 quickly coming to an end, I wanted to share five life lessons I learnt in 2018.
Let’s not forget December – here’s a quick look back of the final month of the year ❄️