Taking time off and old friends!
?Working on your own has many pros and cons, some I have covered in previous posts! I try to mix it up a bit and see friends a couple of times a week, even if its for a brief chat or a small coffee, or if I’m lucky a long lazy lunch. The last two weeks ha
Teaching a jewellery workshop
Last weekend I went up to the beautiful Cotswold village of Uley, to Prema Arts. If you live in this part of the world Prema is definitely worth a visit! It’s not only a beautiful building, an exhibition space, and also houses some very creative artists i
10 things you should know about running your own business from home
When I was working full-time for a company in London, in a proper office with a 45 minute commute at both ends, I dreamed of working from home occasionally.
about the author
After almost 20 years as a designer in children's publishing a short silversmithing course in 2006 prompted a change of direction.
The following year I enrolled on a part-time jewellery course, and found a local studio where I could make and sell my work.
In 2009, together with five other crafts people we found a shop space to rent on our busy local high street, the gloucester road, called Fig. We are open tuesday - saturday, 9.30am - 5pm (except August).