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  1. Introducing Do What You Love’s newest recruit – Vickie Binz


    To ensure we are in a position to help each and every one of you, we are continuing to grow our team. I have the great pleasure to introduce you to the newest member of the Do What You Love family, Victoria Binz.

    Vickie will be taking on the role of Digital Strategy and Marketing Manager here at DWYL HQ. We first met Vickie when we interviewed her for an alternative position but as we chatted it became clear that she could have a much more profound affect in this role – a role which we hope will help her achieve her personal goals. 

    We’re thrilled that she has chosen to join us, even though I now get homework! – MR K

    Vickie_CapVertOur new recruit, Vickie Binz

  2. September’s Happy List is here!

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    On my Happy List… making time to be creative

    Each month we share a free downloadable ‘Happy List’ as a place for you to capture the things – big and small – that have made you smile and feel inspired each day. Get yours here.

    Have a super September,



  3. There’s no right or wrong, you just have to follow your heart…


  4. Do What You Love Interview – Alex & Clare at Sixty Clicks Productions


    They believe that every project should tell a story because that’s what people open up to: great stories, told well. London-based couple Alex Kyrou and Clare Shields are a dynamic duo who are passionate about music and the power of film…


  5. I have this desire to explore…


    Explore. Verb: 1. travel through (an unfamiliar area) for the purpose of discovery, “to explore the island”
. 2. look into closely; scrutinize; examine; or discuss (a subject) in detail, “let us explore the possibilities for improvement”.

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    Today we thought we’d share some of the things that have been inspiring us to get out and explore and also to journey within and discover more about ourselves.

  6. Where will you find yourself?


  7. Do What You Love Interview – Ed & Sofie Templeton


    What is your love? What were you put on planet earth to do? These are the questions that Ed and Sofie Templeton asked themselves when they decided to change their lives and embark on an around-the-world-on-a-shoestring adventure. They followed their hearts, took a chance and tried something new – and now they’re living their dream…

    MOORE_130210_0528-RightsRestrictedEd & Sofie outside their Soul & Surf retreat in India

  8. Love to explore


    Go travelling, book an adventure holiday, head away for the weekend, have an impromptu day out, explore the countryside, walk up a mountain, find a hidden beach, gaze at the stars, discover something new… what will this inspire you to do?

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  9. Making time for the things you love


    On Saturday Mr K and I decided to go for a hike up at Devil’s Dyke, on the beautiful South Downs. We packed a picnic and headed out, excited to be on a little adventure with our baby girl in her all-terrain pushchair.

    We entered the forest and started bumping the pushchair down the path over huge tree roots. I was worried about how Sienna would cope with all the bouncing around and jarring from the uneven path, but then unexpectedly heard a loud giggle. It got louder and louder until it was a full blown laugh. She absolutely loved it. The bumpier and the faster the better, and she didn’t stop laughing the whole way down.

    What a little explorer and what a revelation. Something I thought would be daunting for her turned out to be a moment of pure joy, and it was contagious. By the bottom of the forest path we we were all laughing out loud.

    A day away from my computer in the fresh country air did me the world of good. Have you taken any time out to explore lately? To drink in the fresh air of your local beauty spot? To run downhill fast and laugh so loud it hurts? Why not try it this week? It’s a whole lot of fun…

    I need to take my own advice and make more time for the things I love, like being outdoors with my family. That’s why I am so looking forward to Making Time, our 31-day experiment in slowing down and doing a digital detox.

    Making Time starts on September 1 (postponed from August 1, oh the irony), and is completely free. If you want to join us, you’ll get daily emails into your inbox with fun prompts, thought-provoking words and some fab inspiration to help you make more time for the things you love.

    Register for Making Time here and join us for this free online experiment in creating space and time for things that make us feel alive.

    Have a good week – and try to get away from that computer!
    Beth and team


  10. The world is your oyster…