I first met Daisy on Twitter and after one look at her bio I knew I wanted to meet her.
Business minded, ambitious, honest and very positive, Daisy has become a very good friend of mine and I feel very lucky to have met her. I’ve never met anyone who works as hard as Daisy does or who consistently maintains such a positive outlook. I find her very inspiring and what I really admire in her is that she focuses on her own sh*t.
Being self-employed gives me freedom and allows me to work towards my dreams.
Blogging has also given me a lot more confidence. It’s pushed me outside of my comfort zone and I’ve met a lot of amazing people through it.
I’m happy to answer any questions about setting up a business, just drop me a message on Twitter.
Routine. The more you do something the more it becomes a part of your daily life. This can be applied to fitness, work and pretty much every aspect of your life.Having a clear structure to my day helps me to feel in control. I have processes in place for meal planning, cleaning and gym sessions. This helps me to stay focused and organised when it comes to getting my work done each day. I’m currently working at waking up a little earlier each day. I put my alarm clock back by 15 minutes each week. I’m now waking up at 6:45 and it’s giving me much more time to get things done in the morning.