Class in progress.


I must admit, I was feeling a little selfish driving home from my first blogging workshop last Saturday.

I didn’t expect to be graced with the presence of such an extraordinarily creative, diverse, and driven group of people. I loved that everyone had so many blogging aspirations to bring to the table, whether it was taking a daunting leap to carve their own personal space online (kudos), getting a great business idea off the ground, or making economics sexy (double kudos).

It was as much of a learning experience for me as it was for the beautifully inspiring people I was so lucky to meet – and teach (!) – at my first Art of Blogging workshop, organised by The Creatives and Perth stylist extraordinaire (and possibly my new favourite person) Stacey Clark. Did I mention Stacey is travelling to Portland shortly to meet and stay with Katie and Nathan from Kinfolk over Thanksgiving? I kind of wish I was joking.

But back to the workshop – we laughed, we learned, we mingled, we shared our wisdom and so much of our experiences. I peppered our conversations with things like how to start a blog (what is a blog?), how to write and how to photograph (for Instagram, too!), how to get out of that creative slump (because we’ve all been there, right?) as well as so many other tips and tricks that I’ve drawn from my own humble experience in my eight years of blogging.

If you’re thinking about taking that leap of faith head first into blogging and keen to learn how (as well as meet inspiring creatives in Perth), my next workshop (and the last one before I head off overseas for a month!) will be held at the jaw-droppingly beautiful Wine Store + Kitchen on Saturday 16 August. Spaces are filling up quite fast, so get your skates on and snaffle a ticket. There’ll be fun stuff for free. There’ll be yummy food and delicious wine. And there’ll be me, of course.

P.S. A huge thanks to the Raw Kitchen Fremantle for providing the beautiful venue, Stacey for working tirelessly behind the scenes (and in front), and Sarah & Jinn for being so patient and so creative behind the lens all day long (and it was a long one, I know)! And last but not least, to all the girls I was so lucky and privileged to meet and chat with, thank you so much for coming along. I hope it was as rewarding and enriching for you as it was for me.

Photographs by me and the impossibly talented Sarah & Jinn from The Silver Lining.

The Art of Blogging Workshop.


I have this profound inability to say no to things that come my way, because I’ve somehow been coaxed into hosting a blogging workshop in Perth with the amazingly inspiring team over at The Creatives.

I’ll be presenting The Art of Blogging workshop on Saturday 26th July from 10am to 2pm, where I’ll give you free reign to ask me whatever your heart desires when it comes to the world of blogging (no when-are-you-having-kidlets good for nothing questions please – my mother in-law already takes care of that!).

I’ll also show you how to create compelling content and beautiful images, as well as drive traffic to your blog whether you’re blogging for business or for fun. As some of you know, I’ve been blogging personally for almost ten years, am currently blogging for and jumped on the corporate blogging train for a little while, too. I’m really excited to be sharing my secrets to running a blog and how to beat the dreaded bloggers’ block. We’ve all been there!

The Art of Blogging workshop will involve a delicious meal (I hear wine might be on the cards, too…), little extras and oodles of networking. Spots are super limited, but I hope that some of may be able to join me as I host my first ever workshop. It’ll be informative and lots of fun (albeit a little scary for me)!

You can reserve your ticket or find out more just by clicking HERE.

It will be so lovely to meet you all!