Originally published in My Early Hour Magazine

After being told by teachers that she was lazy and stupid (she was dyslexic) Bex Hough went on to complete a master’s in education. She is now working as a holistic pregnancy coach. We discuss work, and her secret fear of failing as a parent…

March 2017

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Originally published in My Early Hour Magazine

“It’s that moment at 4am when you see something in the lab that no one in the world (or perhaps no one in the universe) has ever seen before…” We talk science, time travel and fatherhood with Philip Moriarty, Professor of Physics at Nottingham University…

February 2017

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Originally published in My Early Hour Magazine

I interviewed the founder of Bravura London (a British brand that specialises in chemical exfoliators, as well as other skincare products such as cleansers, toners, moisturisers, serums, dermaflannel and tattoo aftercare) and mum-of-three, Amanda Elias about her morning routine, life in rural Wales, working around her daughters’ routines and why she set up a beauty company, selling skincare products…

February 2017

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Originally published in My Early Hour Magazine

I caught up with my fellow Ghana girl fashion designer Jessica Baah to talk mornings with her four-year-old son Elijah, what it’s like to be a single mum, juggling a 9-5 job with running her own business and missing her family back home…

January 2017

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Originally published in My Early Hour Magazine

“The greatest challenge when running your own business in the makeup industry is staying relevant,” says makeup artist Sadia Akhtar or IBESADIA. She entered the industry at 16, left to complete a law degree, and is now back, making “people feel beautiful”.

January 2017

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