Can you imagine living through this pandemic without technology? Not being able to socialise face-to-face OR remotely? Happy we’re coming out of it and even happier that so many people used lockdown time to share their inspirational experiences across the different social media platforms. However, the unfiltered reality of what we see in social media looks much more like every day’s reality than the ethereal perfection it tries to convey. Continue reading The unfiltered reality of social media
The long-awaited easing of lockdown restrictions is finally happening. For the first time it feels we have a way out of lockdown(s) and we’re soon meeting face2face again. A lot has changed in a dramatic way within a very short period of time: workplace/school and home became the same physical location, business calls with background noises of children and pets are now business-as-usual, loungewear (and for some PJ’s) are the new dress code. Continue reading 5 tips on how to dress for the face2face post-lockdown
Before lockdown, when I was still travelling up and down the country on a weekly basis, I was packing my outfits for the week on Sundays. More often than not I was washing the previous week’s outfits to wear the following week. Why? Well… a wardrobe full of clothes and nothing to wear! Can you relate? Let’s talk about the 10 items every woman should have in the wardrobe. Continue reading 10 items every woman should have in the wardrobe
Following on the behind-the-scenes theme, this week I thought of sharing a snippet of Mauda’s behind the seams. It took careful consideration and planning to get the brand off the ground but the work didn’t stop there. It is a continuous process. Even the smallest of events will influence what we do and how we do it. So, keep us a bit more company whilst we unravel the Mauda’s seams. Continue reading Behind the seams with Mauda
Yesterday marked the anniversary of the first Covid-19 lockdown in the UK. One year of what feels like “life on hold”. Yet, has life really been on hold? Although it may not feel that way, the reality is that life is moving on. Every single day. In an unconventional way, but it is moving on. We are simply too distracted adapting to this new way of life to truly appreciate how much we’ve lived and achieved.
So, in this week’s blog let me take you through some of my learnings and key events from the past year. Continue reading Lockdown Anniversary
As we head to our second year celebrating a socially-distanced Mother’s Day, this week’s Mauda’s post is dedicated to all the mothers out there! Distance or no distance, you will always have a special place in your children’s hearts. Continue reading Mother’s Day
March 6th marks International Lymphoedema Awareness Day. This year, for Lymphoedema Awareness Week (LAW) – March 1st – 6th – the British Lymphology Society has published their Every Body Can resources. Here you can learn more about the condition, support available and discover your Secret Weapon for a healthy lymphatic system! Continue reading Catching up with Laura Anderson (Lymphoedema Awareness Week)
Anyone who’s met me knows I like all things local. Exploring local history & culture, tasting local produce and discovering local manufacture. I get asked many times “why do you do it”? Why in the age of globalisation, when we can have anything at any time would I opt for buying seasonal or local? Why would I go as far as opening a local business? And take part in the Made in UK Day? Simply put: that’s how I was raised! Continue reading Why do I do it?