Two years ago I had just left my corporate role and embarked on a journey that has been one of the most eye-opening and rewarding of my entire life, entrepreneurship and starting up Nudge. In the summer of 2015, I had no idea I would work harder than I ever had before,
With an indulgent trip eating my way across Italy earlier this month, I’ve come back falling in love with food and cooking again and also a bit of a desire to eat healthy while also satisfying the growing bump! While I probably would have been classed as healthier than the average person before getting pregnant,
It’s been so much fun building my business, Nudge, over the last two years but, there’s nothing better than rewarding my amazing supporters! You guys are always so loyal and engaged with me, so I’m doing a giveaway this week! (Worth over AED1000!)
I’ve partnered up with Fairmont The Palm and the gorgeous Willow Stream Spa to give one lucky winner a Bosslady afternoon tea with me to ask any questions about making the leap of faith from the corporate world,
Is the idea of getting pregnant or finding out you’re pregnant leaving you feeling stressed and overwhelmed? It’s a momentous occasion and full of emotions as I’ve detailed already but if you don’t have a great support network around you and you feel like you need a few tactics to help navigate through the adjustment period,
100 hour weeks, the hustle, being part of the 30 under 30 crowd or just trying to be noticed by your terrible but in-charge manager can feel like you’re constantly in an episode of Ninja Warrior and you’re never going to push that damn buzzer. Burnout, which I’ve experienced, comes in all shapes and sizes and affects everyone differently.
Milan is a gorgeous cosmopolitan city in northern Italy with everything you could want; stunning facades and historical buildings, the crossroads of business and innovation, designer shopping galore (get your VAT back!) and of course, another Michelin rated restaurant with unrivaled views. Milan was the final stop of out Italian road trip,
The largest lake in Italy is a hugely popular holiday destination not only for Italians but also for Europeans wanting to indulge in adventure sports. It’s about halfway between Brescia and Verona, and between Venice and Milan and is the perfect holiday destination for a few days of mountain hiking,
This secluded coastal resort embodies what Italian summers are. Picturesque fishing boats dot the harbour, surrounded by colourful buildings lined up around the ragged coastline. There isn’t a lot to do once you arrive, but it’s almost the journey to get here that is part of the excitement as you wind your way through staggeringly small corners on roads and around the villages of Santa Margarita Liguria and Paraggi.
A walk through Florence
Florence is the heart of Tuscany. Think of warm sunsets, where the terracotta facades dot the landscape in between rolling green hills of vineyards and olive groves. It’s the stuff romantic movies are made of and what draws over 13 million tourists every year to this region of Italy.
A luxury resort for the whole family in the heart of one of Europes busiest cities ‘s not really where you picture staying on a city break, but Rome Cavalieri is one of those unexpected gems, in a delightful sense. Situated in a 15-acre private Mediterranean park which overlooks the Eternal City and is a stone’s throw away from the Vatican City,