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,
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,
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,
#bleisure is my go to word when I describe most of my trips these days. As sole owner/operator of Nudge I need to make sure I’m contactable and on top of business even when I might have a change of environment or be in a different time zone to my clients.
Here are my three invaluable websites that, in my first year of business, have saved me hiring a copywriter or proofreader, graphic designer, AND an accountant.
Check out www.grammarly.com, www.canva.com, and www.invoice-generator.com for more!
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Turning passion and creativity into a hugely successful career is what many dream of, but few succeed in doing. Megan Hess, the Australian based fashion illustrator, rose to worldwide fame almost 10 years ago with one lucky break and has gone from strength to strength ever since. While Megan was in Dubai promoting her 4th book with Think Liquorice “New York: Through A Fashion Eye”
I just saw this article on Al Jazeera and thought it was an incredible insight into the region, and especially women, outside the battlefields. The story and video describe how as more and more Kurdish fighters join the battle against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group in northern Iraq,
Arabian Gulf investors have been out on a shopping spree for luxury fashion brands – and it’s a trend expected to continue for many seasons to come, analysts say.
Two major deals emerged on a single day last month, marking the latest in a string of fashion forays by regional investors.