My Reverse Bucket List 2018

I was delighted to be tagged to write this blog post, by the ever inspiring This Stuff Is Golden  A ‘Reverse Bucket List’ is basically just that, instead of listing what we would like to achieve, we reflect on what we have already accomplished and highlights of the year. Here is my little list below:

I have been truly humbled to sing beautiful music in some amazing historical buildings this year, St Mary’s Church Bedfont is definitely one of them. Built in the 13th Century, I look forward to singing at their restoration concert next year!


Thrilled to feature in the advertising campaign for Homemade Vegan Baby Food brand Pasons Pots, had so much fun filming these promo shots taken by Aidan Martin.


OK, so not actually happened yet, but will have in two days from me publishing this blog post, so had to mention it, as I’m absolutely in awe of the vital work of The Dogs Trust and very much looking forward to singing at their Christmas Fair In The Barn.


I was thrilled to be invited to chat on the Liam Davis Show, at Shoreditch Radio earlier this year, to chat about my performing and writing work, had an absolute ball and such a wonderful team!

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Talking of teams..I had the absolute pleasure to work with a team for three months this year, who I can truthfully say are now family! Their thoughtful leaving gifts made me cry ❤



It’s OK Not To Have A Plan


We can so often be consumed with wanting results, answers and most of all life changes, that we lose sight of a process. A process of enjoyment. I suppose, without sounding too clichéd, maybe a journey. This is a journey of discovery and often the best ones are unplanned.

Sometimes, being totally clueless isn’t a bad thing, in fact it means you are pretty much free to do whatever you want, in the spur of the moment. If you are indecisive about something and have no idea what you should do, then see it as an opportunity. Rather than having it mapped out in front of you, the answer is whatever you want it to be.

Searching for answers can be exhausting, wanting to know why we are in a certain position, can just be soul destroying. Embracing what we have right now and what we can do to make it the best life possible, that we owe ourselves, can be enlightening. Making a brand new fresh start can be daunting, but it doesn’t have to follow a rhythm, that’s the beauty of it, it’s well and truly fresh. That’s exciting, the possibilities really are endless.

Remember, that path is all your own, unique and awesome, because it’s all you.

Have a lovely day and be kind ❤