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I fangirl over the amazing Amanda Appiagyei as we chat all things branding, productivity and and ditching the idea there is a blueprint we need to follow to be successful. Amanda is one of my favourite people on the internet and, in my opinion, is COMPLETELY underrated - those who know her, love her, and those who don't are missing out. Alongside her web design and branding business she also creates INCREDIBLE Trello templates, brand clarity mentoring and a fabulous course helping you to clarify your brand and unmuddle yourself. I'm doing it right now and highly recommend it. Enjoy! L xWhere to find AmandaInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/amanda.appiagyei/Website: https://amandaappiagyei.com/Enjoy! L x
It's another parenting chat as I discuss all things home education with author, doula and parenting educator Eloise Rickman. We talked about home educating, why it's not for everyone and doesn't have to be forever. Eloise also shared her thoughts on privilege and the responsibility white home educators have in making the space accessible and safe for everyone.And we discuss her brand new book Extraordinary Parenting.Where to find EloiseInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/mightymother_/Website: https://fridabemighty.com/Enjoy! L x
This week I explore the concept of life without school with author, educator and activist Lucy Aitkenread. We talk about the GAME CHANGING parenting concept of Sites of Mutual Fulfilment and why we absolutely HAVE to put ourselves first and chase those endorphins as parents. We also discuss privilege within home education and how to make those spaces safe for marginalised folk. ** please note that we recorded this prior to the deaths of George Floyd, Belly Mujinja and Breanna Taylor (amongst others) so don't discuss it/the Black Lives Matter protests **  It's a brilliant episode and I hope you enjoy it!L xChat to me on Instagram > @lucylucraft Read my blog > lucylucraft.co.ukSupport my work on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/lucylucraftAnd find Lucy here > https://linktr.ee/lulasticblogL x
This week I talk to photographer and author Penny Wincer about the imperfect art of caring. We talk about her experience of caring for a parent and a child and take a deep dive into why she *almost* didn't write her book. It's a brilliant episode and I hope you enjoy it. L x Chat to me on Instagram > @lucylucraft  Read my blog > lucylucraft.co.uk/blog And find Penny here > https://www.instagram.com/pennywincer Buy Penny's book Tender: (affil) > https://amzn.to/2WScVss L x
This week I talk to photographer and author Penny Wincer about the imperfect art of caring. We talk about her experience of caring for a parent and a child and take a deep dive into why she *almost* didn't write her book. It's a brilliant episode and I hope you enjoy it. L x Chat to me on Instagram > @lucylucraft  Read my blog > lucylucraft.co.uk/blog Support the podcast on Patreon: patreon.com/lucylucraft And find Penny here > https://www.instagram.com/pennywincer Buy Penny's book Tender: (affil) > https://amzn.to/2WScVss L x    
This week I chat with the awesome powerhouse Ingrid Fernandez of Dec&Dash legal consulting. She demystifies all the business bits for us! Contracts, T&C's, invoices and how to protect yourself as a business owner in a global pandemic (and everyday)  It was an eye opener of an episode and I hope you all love it!  Join my Patreon community > Patreonl.com/lucylucraft Chat to me on Instagram > @lucylucraft  Read my blog > lucylucraft.com/blog And find Ingrid here > https://www.instagram.com/decanddash/ (Her podcast and Facebook group are both 'All the business bits') 
This week I chat with Anti-Racism campaigner and speaker Nova Reid. We talked about how she came to her work in anti-racism, the reason and truth behind why we all need to acknowledge our privilege, get uncomfortable and start challenging our inner 'ism's.  This is a really inspiring episode I LOVED recording so I hope you enjoy it too.  You can find full show notes here > https://lucylucraft.co.uk/s5e3/ Trigger warning: Racism Support my work on Patreon here > https://www.patreon.com/lucylucraft Come say hello on Instagram @lucylucraft or read my blog > https://lucylucraft.co.uk/ Find Nova > https://novareid.com/ See you next week! L x
This week I chat with Frankie Thompson, a blogger, author and affirmation card enthusiast, all about how motherhood has derailed our careers. And why that's not necessarily a bad thing. Trigger warning: PND, birth trauma Support my work on Patreon here > https://www.patreon.com/lucylucraft Come say hello on Instagram @lucylucraft or read my blog > https://lucylucraft.co.uk/ Find Frankie on Instagram @asthebirdfliesblog and read her blog at https://www.asthebirdfliesblog.com/ Buy Frankie's not-for-profit affirmation cards for writers here > https://www.asthebirdfliesblog.com/buy-writenow-affirmation-cards-for-writers and find Frankie's fiction here > https://amzn.to/3a53UQp (affil) See you next week! L x    
HELLO!  And a huge welcome back to What She Said from ME! It's been a while hasn't it? The year is 2020 and the UK (and much of the world) is in lockdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic.  But I'm back with a brand new series. Here's what to expect from What She Said. Find me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lucylucraft/ Support the podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/lucylucraft Big love. L xoxo
Full show notes at https://lucylucraft.com/s4e14 Today’s episode is a JUICY one, as ever and it’s particularly brilliant because it’s with one of my very favourite IN REAL LIFE friends Rabya Lomas aka She Flourished. Rabya is a beautiful writer and photographer creating playful, whimsical and political content on her blog and Instagram.  We chatted about Rabya’s experience of covert racism, how to be a good ally, white supremacy and *that* slow fashion takedown. Show it some love over on Instagram if you enjoyed the episode - it’s potentially the last ever episode so I’d love to go out with a bang! L x
Full show notes here >https://lucylucraft.com/s4e13/ It's the PENULTIMATE episode! Sad face? Happy face?! Todays solo episode is all about EMAIL LISTS! Why you should have one, how to get started and my best tips from building my own over the past five years.  Enjoy!  L x REFERENCED IN THE EPISODE Elizabeth Goddard (ConvertKit) Black maternal health petition Find me on Instagram, Twitter @lucylucraft & my Blog or Patreon.
Find full show notes at lucylucraft.com/s4e12 In this week's episode I chat with Sarah Starrs about how she became such a kick-ass virtual assistant (VA), navigating childcare, beating the ups and downs of freelancer income.  She started out blogging and creating courses/coaching before burning out and taking a meander into nannying (we talk about that more here) before she settled into VA life.  Sarah is a truly incredible VA and I love how she gets over the feast to famine using client retainers. It's my usual no-BS chat with some excellent and seriously practical advice thrown in for anyone who wants to hire a VA or become one.  Hope you enjoy the episode!    L x  
Hey hey!  This has been a little hair-raising....I just recorded Monday's episode and it is FRIDAY. Eeek. I'm usually way more organised than this!  Anyway this week is all about how I juggle work and motherhood, which, lemme tell you is an oxymoron because I definitely don't do it well!   If you liked, nay, LOVED this episode and the podcast in general, please think about doing one of the following things….leaving a rating or a review on iTunes. It’s a faff but it’s free and makes a big difference to whether the show is seen by people or not. OR support me on Patreon! You could leave a $1 tip in the tip jar or sign up for a monthly contribution in exchange for various bonuses.  Hope you enjoy the episode!  Listen on the player below or through your favourite podcatcher! L x
Hey hey!  This has been a little hair-raising....I just recorded Monday's episode and it is FRIDAY. Eeek. I'm usually way more organised than this!  Anyway this week is all about how I juggle work and motherhood, which, lemme tell you is an oxymoron because I definitely don't do it well!   If you liked, nay, LOVED this episode and the podcast in general, please think about doing one of the following things….leaving a rating or a review on iTunes. It’s a faff but it’s free and makes a big difference to whether the show is seen by people or not. OR support me on Patreon! You could leave a $1 tip in the tip jar or sign up for a monthly contribution in exchange for various bonuses.  Hope you enjoy the episode!  Listen on the player below or through your favourite podcatcher! L x
Read full show notes at https://lucylucraft.com/s4e10 I chat with nutrition and lifestyle coach Rose White all about diet culture myths, thin privilege and what she thinks about veganism.  TRIGGER WARNING > We discuss various eating disorders from a personal POV. If you liked this episode please rate/review on Apple Podcasts or support me on Patreon! You could leave a $1 tip in the tip jar or sign up for a monthly contribution in exchange for various bonuses.  Hope you enjoy the episode! L x  
Read full show notes at lucylucraft.com/s4e9 In this week's episode I share exactly how I earn money (and how much) from my tiny blog. It's very no BS and I'm completely transparent so.....enjoy!  5* REVIEWS THIS WEEK BIG thanks to HumRose, AnnaBee6, MyCustardPie and Bekahloveslula who all left 5* reviews this week :) Leaving a review makes a big difference to whether What She Said is buried in the iTunes ether or not so THANKS  :) Support me and get exclusive content, early access to podcast episodes, discount across my courses and coaching calls on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/lucylucraft L x
Read full show notes at lucylucraft.com/s4e8 This week on What She Said I chat with Aja Barber about using Patreon for your business. Aja is a badass in the sustainable fashion world and I’m very lucky to call her a friend too.  We chatted about Patreon, where Aja creates a whole heap of valuable content for her audience and makes the bulk of her income.  We touched on HEAPS of topics including ethics, and what it's like to be an influencer who doesn't work with brands. L x
Full show notes at lucylucraft.com/s4e7 In this solo episode I chat about some of the conflicts that have come up for me when it comes to my many, many values! It's a topic I’m kinda in the midst of working through so forgive any nonsense that comes out of my mouth. BUT keep me accountable - if I say something offensive, tell me. Listen on the player below or on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or anywhere you usually get your podcasts. See you next week! L x  
Full show notes at lucylucraft.com/s4e6 In today's episode I chat about Instagram growth with award winning Instagrammer Brontë Huskinson aka From Bee With Love.  Brontë started out primarily in the #bookstagram community and quickly grew her Instagram and blog from 7k to over 35k followers. She then took a pivot as she grew and evolved from her previous moniker, A Bookish Bronte, to where she is now with From Bee With Love. A self-confessed feminist in training, she embraces the messiness and imperfection of life and has been really honest about hitting a wall with Instagram creativity, getting it wrong and making big changes even when her audience doesn't necessarily like it. Enjoy! L x
For full show notes, head to lucylucraft.com/s4e5 In this solo episode I chat about the five things I've learned about starting a podcast! It's a rambly, non-exhaustive list of the things I think matter and what I've learned really, really doesn't. It's 100% my own experience and please know I HATE RULES so....yep, don't do anything you disagree with just because it worked/didn't work for me. L x PS - my podcast course is OPEN! Early bird rates expire in a couple of days so head to https://lucylucraft.com/podcasting-for-bloggers/ if you want to sign up.
For full show notes head to lucylucraft.com/s4e4 I chat with Kristabel Plummer who writes the travel & lifestyle blog I Want You to Know. She’s an OG blogger who isn’t afraid to be herself and stick her head above  the parapet. She’s honest, approachable and self deprecating and we chatted all about her blogging journey, why ethics are so important and how blogging success comes in different forms.   Thanks to this weeks sponsor: WriteNOW cards. WSS listeners get a special discount (quote WHATSHESAID at checkout). Buy them here: bit.ly/WriteNOWCards Thanks to my Patreon supporters for helping to fund the podcast. L x
Read the full show notes at lucylucraft.com/s4e3 This week I chat ALL ABOUT PINTEREST and why you should be as obsessed with it as me. Sign up for the free email challenge Buy the Pinterest For Bloggers Course!  Sign up for Tailwind now. But remember my number one rule? Don't do anything anyone tells you so if you hate it then move on :) Like, subscribe and review the podcast and come find me on Instagram > @lucylucraft. L x
FULL EPISODE NOTES ARE HERE > lucylucraft.com/s4e2 Hey you, Hope you had an EXCELLENT weekend. I did, thanks for asking (I'll go ahead and presume you did...) Welcome to episode two, where I chat with plus sized travel blogger Kirsty Leanne, who is L-to the OVELY. She talked to me about her journey, from starting out as a beauty blogging before transitioning into travel. In particular, we talked all about the inequality and fattism in travel blogging and how Kirsty calls out brands and aims to level the playing field. Referenced in the episode: The Travel Hack // Monica Stott The amazing Asda Liquid Talc! Trek America Kirsty's post about plus-size travel inclusivity Kirsty's Plus-Sized Travel Too community on Instagram | Facebook BLOG OF THE WEEK: Mighty Mother She is passionate about building community and, in her words, “In a community where plus size travellers are made to feel unwelcome, I want to inspire and advise people like me on how they can make the most out of their own incredible travel experiences.” I loved chatting with her and hope you enjoy the episode. Please rate, review, share it if you did! L x Listen on the player below or on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or anywhere you usually get your podcasts.
Hey hey! Welcome back to the podcast! It's season four and over two years since I started it, can you believe it? I can't. Here's a little update and preview of what's to come. You can find me on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest @lucylucraft or on my blog: lucylucraft.com Support me via Patreon:  https://www.patreon.com/lucylucraft Buy my Pinterest course here:  https://lucylucraft.com/courses/pinterest-for-bloggers-course/
A little update on season three of the podcast and what's to look forward to in season four, launching May 1st. Support the podcast FOR FREE by leaving me a lovely rating and a review, as well as telling every person you have ever met how great the show is ;)  MUCH LOVE! L xxx Support my work via Patreon right here >> https://www.patreon.com/lucylucraft Your First Byline closes for enrolment on the 28th Feb; secure your spot right here >> https://lucylucraft.com/courses/yourfirstbyline/ Thanks to Monica Stott and our season three sponsor The Blogger Course >> https://courses.thebloggercourse.com  (for discount on the course use the code WHATSHESAID)     
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Podcast Details

Created by
Lucy Lucraft
Podcast Status
Finished
Started
Jun 26th, 2017
Latest Episode
Aug 14th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
134
Avg. Episode Length
35 minutes
Explicit
Yes
Order
Episodic

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