She believed she could, so she did ...
After a 20+-year career as a journalist and sub-editor, in 2014, I found myself facing redundancy.
Instead of focusing on the negatives, I saw this as an opportunity to find my brave and, alongside three colleagues, decided to set up my own local newspaper and later my own marketing and design agency.
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