How to get your brand message out there more

If you’re struggling in how to get your brand message out there more, then look no further.   Below is an infographic I’ve created showing a few of the different ways you can get your brand message out there more and in front of your target audience:   There a lot of ways in which...

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Decorating the Christmas Tree

I don’t know about you, but when it comes to decorating the Christmas tree, I like to do things a certain way!

 

Firstly, the colour scheme. Are you going for the traditional red and green? Or maybe something a little more wintery with blue, silver and white? Me, I like colour, funnily enough just like the colours I use in my logo!

Alan Reed’s Summer Exhibition

Alan Reed is a famous watercolour artist based in Ponteland, Newcastle upon Tyne. On Saturday and Sunday, he held his Summer Exhibition preview.

 

I’ve been working with Alan for the last 8 years designing his exhibition invitations. I knew straightaway I wanted to pop along and see his exhibition in person. Over the years, I’ve become to used to seeing Alan Reed’s paintings, but there were new ones I hadn’t seen yet, which was a pleasure to see.

The Blogging Workshop

You may be keen to write about your lifestyle and hobbies or want to keep it business related. Try publishing your thoughts online, on a blog.

Why should you blog? Run your own business and want more brand awareness, blogging is an effective tool. You could help others who have the same hobbies and interests as you.

Outside Your Comfort Zone

Last year I signed up to do the North Tyneside 10K. I was supposed to do it with my sister and Dad, however I was attending a bootcamp at the time and injured my shoulder so much that I wasn’t able to take part. I went along anyway to support my sister and Dad, see them cross the finish line! I felt so proud of them both.

This year, the North Tyneside 10K is happening again… And I’ve signed up to it! The last time I went for a run, I struggled, I felt really unfit and pretty much out of breath with no energy to move myself forward.

18 weeks before Christmas I was strength training. I managed to drop my body fat by 7%, which I was over the moon with. However, strength training means using your muscles and growing your strength. I started out on an 8kg kettlebell and ended the programme training with a 16kg kettlebell. The feeling of being strong and healthy is amazing, there is no better feeling! However, carrying a lot of muscle means it’s harder to run.