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So far Susan Hammond has created 16 blog entries.

Why is your copywriting quote so high?

Do you wonder why there’s such a range of prices for copywriting? Do you think some are way too high? You may be right in some cases but there’s normally a good reason for high prices. Here I explain why a good copywriter will not be cheap and why you can afford to invest more [...]

By | 2018-10-15T11:05:06+00:00 October 15th, 2018|Copywriting|0 Comments

Trees: nature’s playground

Trees – what do they mean to you? Do you even notice them? Maybe you’re so used to trees as part of the scenery you don’t ever think about them. But I bet you noticed trees when you were a child! They’re so enchanting to young minds. I loved Enid Blyton’s The Magic Faraway Tree [...]

By | 2018-10-01T10:39:16+00:00 October 1st, 2018|Outdoors and wellbeing|0 Comments

Copywriting without overwhelm: how you can split it into manageable tasks

Do you ever feel overwhelmed by work piling up around you? Stressed by ongoing chaos? I used to be like this. But not any more! Having learned to prioritise and break down large jobs (see the one thing that will change your life) I am now chilled (most of the time), efficient and achieve more [...]

By | 2018-09-17T09:42:45+00:00 September 17th, 2018|Copywriting|0 Comments

The one thing that will change your life

If there was one thing you could do to change your life, what would it be? Win a fortune and explore the world? Find the secret to keeping your body buff without dieting or going to the gym? Or perhaps meeting your perfect partner would change everything? Well, you’re going to love what I’m about [...]

By | 2018-09-03T09:25:34+00:00 September 3rd, 2018|My copywriting life|3 Comments

The mindful life – 3 great ways to rest in Creation

According to the dictionary rest means to cease work or movement in order to relax or recover strength/energy. However, I think rest is so much more than this and although it seems contradictory, rest does not always have to involve inactivity. It can simply mean doing things in a different way.   Mindfulness Recently I have committed [...]

Staffa: a land of fire and giants, caves and creativity

Still on the subject of Islands, I just had to share my trip to Staffa with you. Famous for its dramatic basalt columns, sea caves and bird life, Staffa is a small uninhabited island that has captivated 1000’s over the years. Hardly known until 1772, when botanist Joseph Banks highlighted the wild, natural beauty of [...]

Islomania: an adventure on the Isle of Iona

What is islomania? Islomania: “An obsessional enthusiasm or partiality for islands.” As a child it was such an adventure to cross the water to the Isle of Wight – like visiting a foreign country. And getting lost in an Anglesey forest, well, that was all the more exciting because we were cut off from ‘civilisation’ [...]

Does adventure have to be extreme?

What does 'extreme' mean? Today I started reading a book called 'Wild Nights' by Phoebe Smith, adventurer and outdoor writer. It's all about some extreme camping challenges she set for herself. And as Phoebe set out on her wild camping trips it made me wonder what exactly is adventure? And what does 'extreme' really mean? [...]

Forest bathing: how to feel good naturally

Trees are fab! As a child I was enchanted by them. I’d imagine them to life like the Ents in Lord of the Rings. I wanted to live among the branches with Moonface and friends in The Magic Faraway Tree. And the copse at the bottom of my garden was the best place to build [...]

By | 2018-07-12T16:31:35+00:00 April 18th, 2018|Outdoors and wellbeing|0 Comments