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About makingspace4life

Currently on an incubator program at Falmouth University - Launchpad - and an MSc in Entrpeneurship. I moved to Cornwall in 2011 and did an MA in professional writing. A keen writer who enjoys life. Favourite activities include: painting, travelling on a budget to enjoy small luxuries, self-advocacy, comedy, film, books, ideas, conversations, team sports and gardening. (Currently limited to my basil plant and any others looking thirsty).

Creating my Marketing Slides

Tomorrow is my marketing strategy presentation and I’m finding ways to tell the story of how Hearth was created, who for, how I tested them and how I will market the app. Hearth is an app that makes it quick … Continue reading

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Why Corporates Want Us to Be Selfish, Which Makes it Harder To Innovate

Ah, this suggests an explanation for why aggressive and devious corporate marketing for unhealthy commodity stakeholders relies on selfishness and social division to work. Not only that, billions of dollars have to be spent to sell bad products and disguise … Continue reading

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How We Need More Micronutrients As We Get Older

Do you remember feeling sick on family holiday holidays as a child? Were you cautious about the milk in France or Spain? Did it taste funny? Did you have a constantly runny nose throughout your school days? Today, one-size-fits-all diet … Continue reading

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Why Lockdowns Cause Weight Gain and How to Maintain your Health

This story is an attempt at pulling many different threads together to create a whole picture of how nutrition governs our mental and physical health and maintains our body shape. I can’t ask if you’d prefer the good or bad … Continue reading

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Protection Against Viruses Through Micronutrients in Food – My Journey

I’d like to share my nutrition research with you, which I have gathered to try out at home during the lockdown, through studying media as a journalist, nutrition, official advice, politics and science since February. I started after a presentation … Continue reading

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Choosing then Forming an idea, Testing, Feedback and Presenting to Funders

Over my lifetime, necessity, new perspectives, work and current affairs have inspired me to start creating ideas. These may be to solve a problem or improve quality of life. However, I have never taken any ideas past this point. The … Continue reading

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The Design of Hearth

Then the design for the app to launch has been mocked-up by Plan Pixels in India to show: Sign in – Either email and password or via a social media account. No personal questions and information about what the app … Continue reading

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Finding the Path to Turn an Idea into a Business

I’ve reached the stage where I have tested an idea to find out if people want it, seen if anyone else is doing it or how easily they could do it and how to deliver it and what that might … Continue reading

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The Ingredients of Optimal Health

One of the few books about diet I have read that uses the tagline ‘do you want to feel fantastic’ is Fit For Life by Harvey Diamond. Contrary to the interest-countered beliefs of the owners of toes Diamond stepped in … Continue reading

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How UK and USA Governments Hijacked COVID-19 to Distract Us From Their Dealings

The main difference between SARS-COV1, MERS-Cov and SARS-COV2 or COVID-19 is the size of the elephant in the room. With unclear, patchy and one-size-fits all guidelines from government, there has been a huge amount of finger pointing and name calling … Continue reading

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