Tuesday, May 15, 2012


I am an open book...
I'm a big fan of Summer Pierre. For those of you not familiar with her, she's a blog-writing book-publishing art-making music-loving polymath. She wrote the very fabulous 'Artist in the Office' which, as a Coach, I feel is an incredibly useful resource for any creative individual who feels 'trapped' in a day job.

She keeps this brilliant blog and recently she published an entry asking for feedback from her readers. Blogs, like anything and everything in life, evolve a lot over time. My blog, for example, was begun as a way to document the progress of my developing career as a Creative Specialist. Since it's inception it has also acted as a travel journal, review forum and most recently has become a place for me to share my view of why life is awesome and how I can help you with my Creative Life coaching.

I write because I love it. To me, writing is akin to breathing, and this blog is yet another outlet for that one passion which has followed me since the beginning of my memories. So no matter what, I'm going to write. But I'm curious to know what the appeal is for my readers. 

Which is where you come in. I want to know what it is about my blog that speaks to you. Which posts have you enjoyed the post? Which ones have kept you coming back? Which ones have sparked your interest and made you want to learn more?

Please post below in a comment or, if you'd rather keep your responses anonymous you can send an email to kaitlyn 'at' creativelifecoachlondon 'dot' com.

You are also invited to post feedback on my Facebook Page or you can send me a tweet. I'm genuinely curious to know what you think.


  1. Firstly, I love your blog because I love YOU! I started reading your blog to catch up on your life once you were in London. Now I read because you have much wisdom and non-judgemental advice and I admire that you share it with the world! The way you share what you have learned is not, in any way, a "checklist" of what to do to love your life or acheive what you want. It's more of a push and source of inspiration for those that don't believe in themselves. :)

  2. You say a lot of stuff that I need to hear.


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