Mandys Blog

Total 8 Posts

The power of social media

It has been a while since I have blogged, even though we are still limited with regards to meetings and events, life with both TopicUK and Yorkshire Businesswoman has been particularly busy. In fact, there is now add another title to the list: "Yorkshire Kitchen" too! One of

A chance to change

As the nation continues to de-escalate its Covid-19 response, and we slowly and cautiously emerge from hibernation, I cannot help but ponder over what we are all actually going to do when this is over? How often have we heard mention of “the new normal”? Personally, I’m not convinced

Are we there yet?

Are we there yet? Do you recall asking that as a child on a trip? It’s a question that has passed through my mind increasingly as the weeks during lockdown have continued. I appreciate that patience always pays and we have to be incredibly responsible and respectful during these

A positive attitude

As we enter into week 8 of a totally new way of living and working, I have reflected on all the things that have happened since my last Blog. You may recall that I shared a photograph of me in a long, elegant red dress putting my recycling bin out

So many hashtags

As we continue to navigate our way through the current lockdown, my "PMA" has been somewhat challenged. Did Easter really happen? Every day seems to blur into the next! My daily routine has most certainly been shaken, not stirred and so many new hashtags introduced into my social

We will meet again

As we enter week four of lockdown, I have reflected on the impact this has made on both my professional and personal life. As a consequence of a quite terrifying, killer virus I have to admit that the enforced lifestyle change has caused unexpected shifts in my attitude, tolerance and

There’s no place like home

One of my all time favourite films is the iconic "The Wizard of Oz" with Judy Garland cast as the young Dorothy Gale. There are some classic quotes and songs including "You have always had the power my dear, you just had to learn it for yourself&