I’ve worked in a range of different jobs since the age of seventeen, but truthfully, I felt most of them tried to fit me into a box that restricted my creativity. As someone with a deep feminine core, I’m fiercely creative and I always knew this was my driving force.

 

As someone that has also worked with children for over thirteen years through tutoring or being a teacher’s assistant, I came to realise it’s not shapes, numbers or phonics that I want to teach; life is so much more deeper than that.

Podcasts & Talks

My creativity through words has led me on one brilliant journey that has aided my mental, emotional and physical health. Words are my passion but I’m obsessed with speaking about self-love, self-care, kindness, emotional and mental health as well as my own creative and healing journey.

Creative Safe Havening Guide

Got an idea playing in you? Can’t finish a project because your inner critic is lying to you about all the things that can go wrong? Or just finding the thought of creating challenging right now? The Safe Havening Process is a powerful visualisation technique that transforms you into a positive state of empowerment. I worked with Safe Havening Practitioner Michelle Francis to create this step by step guide. You don’t lose anything but gain so much!

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Colourful Minds was a successful a creative networking fundraiser in which the proceedings went to Great Ormond Street Hospital, Mind Charity and Creativity Works. Speaker, Sadiq Hussain did a brilliant job at hosting and inspiring every individual. Author, Aditi Kaushiva read out her inspiring ‘Dear Mum’ poem to highlight generational mental health issues. The room was filled with genuine individuals that truly believed in the aim behind the event – creativity can be used to bring about awareness.