Passing 20,000 and planting seeds of success!

Read this wonderful article, and be inspired to change your life 😀

Sophie E Tallis - Author/Illustrator


Spring has finally sprung and thank the gods that it has!

Everywhere, I see the signs of winter being discarded like a weary woollen coat that has out-stayed its welcome – too heavy, too grey and too oppressive for the youthful zest of crocus colours, the flash of dazzling daffodil yellow and the yearning of the trees to sprout new growth. Spring is here! YAY!!! 😀


Well, with all the wonderful signs of nature being awoken and the inherent hope and optimism that brings, together with the oh-so-welcome warmth of our first sunny days, I too have begun to plant some seeds of my own, in the hope of them growing into fresh shoots of success! A few of these seeds I shall keep private for now, but others I wanted to share with you straight away.

So, as my little blog passes the heady heights of 20,000 visitors (for which I am hugely…

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4 Responses to “Passing 20,000 and planting seeds of success!”

  1. Awww…a HUGE thank you, Kate!!! You are a gold encrusted honey! 😀 xx


    • I’m really, really pleased for you. After the year you’ve had, you more than deserve some success. All the luck in the world to you and your new venture. xxx


      • Thank you sweetie, Yes, it’s been a hell of a year. I’m still looking for a new job, but at least I know that I can pursue art and illustration as a means of making a living and being happy doing it – which really is the key isn’t it? Being happy in your work. 😀 xxx


  2. It certainly is 😀


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