Check out the latest podcast from ThisBookIsFunny! Featuring some pretty breathtaking voice work from me and some pretty ropey accents from Alex Milway. PLUS Gary Northfield does his best farmer voice to portray the marvellous Derek The Sheep and there’s an interview with Stephan Pastis, author of the Timmy Failure books.
Nancy Cruickshank – Katie Lee
Listen to the founder of Handbag.com and My Showcase talk about life before and after children – including some excellent tales about breastmilk, vomiting and early spanx.
Life Exists After Parenthood!
Listen on Soundcloud
Anyway, I’ve just always wanted to write one of those Upworthy headlines and none of my current clients would be seen dead using an open-loop clickbait headline. They’re too classy, dammit.
But is this the right choice for you?
I have prepared a simple flow chart.
Actually, scratch that. I spent 5 minutes on www.draw.io trying to build a flow-chart and realised I don’t have enough life for this nonsense.
Instead, if you answer YES to any of these simple questions, you should definitely consider joining me on my free ecourse.
It’s funny (people who don’t even know me have told me so it must be true), hopefully useful, entirely free, and – the best part – only a week long, so if you really hate it you can just ignore me until I go away.
Ask yourself these simple if slightly odd questions.
√ Do I own a uterus?
√ Has it been inhabited?
√ When I gave birth, did I ever think some variation on “hmm, it feels like someone keeps deleting my self-identity to make space for information about nipple thrush.”
√ Do I need more emails even though I sometimes wonder if the time I spend deleting all the emails I get is the time our ancestors spent wandering amongst daffodils composing verse.
√ Have I ever felt guilty about my childcare arrangements, felt stretched at work, been embarrassed to leave work early, questioned my choices, wanted a pedicure, wondered what happened to that 20-something with the great tits?
√ Do I just want this list of questions to end?
If the answer to any of those questions is YES then SIGN UP NOW! Please join me – I need the validation to keep my ego stoked.
Here’s what people are saying (mainly my friends):
All so timely, relevant and funny, just so helpful in knowing that we all share same feelings and experiences. Thank you, keep ’em coming! ~ Lia
Ha ha ha – this is hilarious. ~ Caroline
This stuff is great, Katie. It’s yoga without the yoga speak. I’m going to pass it on to lots of people. Love stuff like this when it’s written with humour. ~ Ruth
What do you get if you cross the humble wisdom of the Barefoot Doctor with the irreverent wit of Caitlin Moran…Katie Lee! ~ Lia (again – she really likes the course, ok!)
The way you write has me full-on chortling at my desk! Thanks for making me smile today! ~ Tracey
I’ve just finished reading the first bit AND AM ENJOYING IT SO MUCH! Just had to stop and tell you. Especially as I want to read all the others at once. This is a book. A musical? A film. A new HBO drama. ~ Julia
Why did I write this email series ecourse thingy?
Good question, I’m glad you asked.
For fun. Because I had some excellent guidance from Sue Smith. Because I wanted to write something. Because I wanted to make you laugh. And feel better.
I have no big plans for this course. I am throwing it out into the world and seeing what happens. It’s free and always will be. There’s no upsell. Join us!
PS. Some people have said that any woman would enjoy this course, not just the ones who know what an episiotomy is. You’re welcome to join, but maybe cover your eyes when I talk about vaginas. Again.
The LEAP Podcast with Katie Lee!
I’ll be interviewing top business owners about their experience of having children while on the job, how it affected their confidence, what they did with their childcare arrangements, and how they continued to be supreme beings even when there was a bit of vomit on their top.
First up we have the incomparable Jo Behari, entrepreneur, parent, all-round excellent human (and funny to boot).
Let me know what you think! And if you’d like to be interviewed, or if you know a fabulous female entrepreneur who can tell me some tales, please get in touch!
The other week, I featured on Hiscox’s Small Business Stars blog for my work as agency founder and entrepreneur of my digital media agency, Miramus.
I was chosen to appear on the blog to talk about my experience of the industry and the importance of having contacts in the blogging world.
Here’s the part where my natural modesty leads me to conclude that I magically stay abreast of the industry via some form of osmosis as yet unknown to science:
“Sometimes I think I’ve fallen behind with stuff, but then I go out and talk to normal humans and get my perspective back. I read the C_ncentrate newsletter every week and then I’ll do a quick scan through of Smartbrief every few weeks to see what’s going on. I also just absorb information from friends in the industry and Twitter, as well as reading other industry sites.”
Read my full interview here on the Hiscox blog.