Jamie mimed ‘look’. I was on a Zoom call. He was on the other side of our glass-panelled dining room door. He nodded towards the item in his hand. It was a trophy.
A year today, I kicked off my first ever AppsFlyer project. It was a Zoom call with Yamit, Michael, Vitali and Saima who were very patient with me. They indulged my rookie questions
Last Tuesday my world changed when I was offered the role of Senior Product Marketing Manager at AppsFlyer. I said a resounding ‘yes’ with zero hesitation. It was a surreal experience and a
On the 4th of February this year, I reached out to a number of cancer charities. My hope was to have conversations about helping them raise awareness through impact stories. I wanted to
This week is the start of my 7th financial year in business. Each new ‘business’ year puts me in a very reflective state of mind and, not surprisingly, there’s been quite a
If you’ve ever watched The Simpsons, you’ll have more than likely developed an affinity for one of the characters. Some people go for the main characters like Homer or Marge, while
For around twenty five years of my time on this planet, I’ve thought about writing a novel. I’ve got as far as writing an outline, sketching out the characters and even
I know what you’re thinking, and yes, you’re right. That title does sound like something you might expect to find on a Channel 4 documentary. You know the kind of show.
Since starting my business back in 2015 I’ve suffered from a lot of guilt. Guilt that I’m not doing enough. Guilt that I’m not earning enough. Guilt that I’m
As days go, we’d had better. Our Sunday afternoon jaunt to Kirriemuir to visit with the in-laws had to be cancelled. This was thanks to a Range Rover rear-ending an Army Land
This story takes place in July 2003 and is entirely true. I'd just graduated from Uni and was just a couple of months away from getting married. And, yes, it doesn't show me in the best of lights!
“Can five of my friends share this please?” It’s usually accompanied by a praying hands emoji. For many, this is what doing their bit for mental health looks like. In the vast