Twenty Nineteen – what a hoot!

Hi everyone, Just a quick hello and thank you for continuing to support all things Little pink. It’s been another pretty fab year – not without the challenges that embody small busines life, of course. For those I’ve not crossed paths with (in person or online), here’s the highlights reel. The hubs and I kicked

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Why you don’t need apostrophes for plurals: a quick squiz

Ah, apostrophes… My favourite. I could talk apostrophes all day. (Oh what a fun human you must be, they say.) When to – and when not to – use apostrophes seems to confuse the bejaysus out of people, though. But it doesn’t need to. When should you use an apostrophe? You can Google the bejaysus out

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Love me tender…

Ayayay, hands up who loves tender writing? *cue silence*… Yeah, it’s not everyone’s cuppa tea. And while each tender should be tailored, if you do the hard yards up front, and consolidate your company’s voice, values, messaging and key point/s of difference, you should have a pretty solid foundation to build on. Be sure to:

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Film review for The Curb: Brittany Runs a Marathon

Fancy a good giggle – with an important message? Get along to Brittany Runs a Marathon. “Starring Jillian Bell, written and directed by Paul Downs Colaizzo (based on and made for his actual friend, Brittany, who, yes, ran a marathon!), Brittany Runs A Marathon is an absolute hoot. And, importantly, offers a lot more than its

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Film review for The Curb: Yuli

I was fortunate to pop along to the preview screening of Yuli – a beautiful and moving biopic about Cuban ballet dancer, Carlos Acosta (nicknamed Yuli by his father). With many themes to explore, the film navigates them with care, using a range of techniques – emotive, unapologetic drama, archive footage and expressive dance sequences

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Service spotlight: Content Plus

Ooooh, doesn’t that sound fancy? While I provide copywriting, editing and online publishing as separate services, I’ve been doing “the whole shebang” for a client for a while, including basic LinkedIn metrics analysis, so I thought why not package it as a service offering. This means the whole content process is taken care of, from

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