Green made easy, Woman & Home, March 2021, p. 143.

So what exactly is Fairtrade?, Woman’s Weekly, 9 February 2021, p. 25.

Life, love, local: Even small actions can nourish the feeling of belonging – and of contributing to your community, The Simple Things, February 2021, pp. 110-111.

Green made easy, Woman & Home, February 2021, p. 131.

Create an eco-friendly home, Planet Mindful, January/February 2021, pp. 69-72.

Green made easy, Woman & Home, January 2021, p. 135.

‘Her smile made it all worth the effort’: local shopkeepers on their most memorable moments of 2020, Guardian Labs, 14 December 2020.

E-commerce: can renewable packaging help retail pass the sustainability test?, Guardian Labs, 11 December 2020.

‘We recommend things we love’: independent retailers on why shopping local is best, Guardian Labs, 10 December 2020.

Why it’s easy to be green, Woman & Home, December 2020, p. 57.

Gifts that give back, Coast, December 2020, pp. 42-48.

Wake up kick ass: why this periodwear founder is taking on the government, Pebble, 12 November 2020.

Green made easy, Woman & Home, November 2020, p.143.

Seven eco-friendly sex tips to make your pleasure more sustainable, Well+Good, 7 October 2020.

There for us when we need them: 10 reasons to keep shopping local, the Guardian Labs, September 2020.

‘How would you cook that?’: top questions local shop owners would ask if they were customers, the Guardian Labs, September 2020.

From buying a bike to baking the best cakes: local retailers reveal what every shopper should know, the Guardian Labs, September 2020.

Should we still be going to zoos?, Woman’s Weekly, 15 September 2020, p.25.

Pitching up, Mslexia, issue 87, September 2020.

Best charity shops in the UK: these are our readers’ favourites, Pebble, 29 June 2020.

“We never ran out of toilet roll”: the Edinburgh eco store that’s thriving in lockdown, the Guardian Labs, 25 June 2020.

Chocolate croissants

Bloody coronavirus meant I didn’t get to try the wares of Edward Street Bakery,
featured in the
Living la vida local article.

Living la vida local: how independent stores have made a comeback during coronavirus, the Guardian Labs, 18 June 2020.

Charity shops are teetering on the brink: many won’t survive the pandemic, The Overtake, 1 June 2020.

Lessons from a pioneer in government digital transformation, I – Global Intelligence for the CIO, April 2020.

How women excel at the top of IT – despite all of the hurdles getting there, I – Global Intelligence for the CIO, March 2020.

The key to digital transformation: a parallel transformation of the workplace, I – Global Intelligence for the CIO, January 2020 (with Kenny MacIver).

A call for action to avert an IoT security meltdown, I – Global Intelligence for the CIO, January 2020.

Behind the scenes at the video shoot with Andreas Ekström

Why people need to shape our trusted online future (interview series with Andreas Ekström), I – Global Intelligence for the CIO, November 2019 (with Kenny MacIver).

The importance of developing a digital constitution (interview series with Andreas Ekström), I – Global Intelligence for the CIO, November 2019 (with Kenny MacIver).

Making the internet trustworthy again (interview series with Andreas Ekström), I – Global Intelligence for the CIO, November 2019 (Kenny MacIver).

How tech can make your business more human – and why that matters, The Guardian Labs, 11 October 2019.

World-changing reading, Planet Mindful, Issue 7 Autumn 2019, pp. 14-17.

Train your brain: how to ace a quiz, The Guardian Labs, September 2019.

Human factors in cyber-security: nine facets of insider threat, I – Global Intelligence for the CIO, September 2019.


In it to win in: why are we so obsessed with quizzes?, G2, The Guardian, and The Guardian Labs, 26 September 2019.

How Estonia nurtures a national digital identity, I – Global Intelligence for the CIO, August 2019.

The business value of security: the role of metrics, CISO interview series, I – Global Intelligence for the CIO, August 2019.

The business value of security: CISOs as business leaders, CISO interview series, I – Global Intelligence for the CIO, August 2019.

The business value of security: delivering the return on investment, CISO interview series, I – Global Intelligence for the CIO, August 2019.

Maersk: Springing back from a catastrophic cyber-attack, I – Global Intelligence for the CIO, August 2019.

The trust economy in action, I – Global Intelligence for the CIO, July 2019.

Sustainability and the digital city, I – Global Intelligence for the CIO, June 2019.

Building a human-centric digital society, I – Global Intelligence for the CIO, June 2019.

Snippet of Sandel

Defining a new ethic for technology – interview with Professor Michael Sandel, I – Global Intelligence for the CIO, May 2019 (in print in English and Japanese).

A reality check on the power of data – interview with Anna Rosling Rönnlund, I -Global Intelligence for the CIO, May 2019 (in print in English and Japanese).

AI shines the spotlight on checkout fraudsters, I – Global Intelligence for the CIO, May 2019 (in print in English and Japanese).

Americas’ top 20 enterprise CIOs of 2019, I – Global Intelligence for the CIO, March 2019 (with Kenny MacIver).20190108_124827

Simple ways to make your home greener in 2019, Planet Mindful, New Year 2019, pp. 80-83.

Ethical beauty, In The Moment, New Year 2019, pp. 87-91.

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT): The Client, Ariane Sherine, ed., Talk Yourself Better: A confused person’s guide to therapy, counselling and self-help, Robinson: London, 2018, pp. 65-67.

Greener ways to clean your home, Planet Mindful, Autumn 2018, pp. 90-91.

Upcycled bags, In The Moment, Issue 16 (September 2018), pp. 76-77.

Five signs you’re not drinking enough water, Vitality, July 2018.

How to meditate in just two minutes, Vitality, July 2018.

Natural deodorants, In The Moment, Issue 14 (July 2018), pp. 46-47.

Seven easy money lesson to teach your kids now, Vitality, June 2018.

How to never go hungry! Five dishes to master before you’re 18, Betty, 16th June 2018.

A natural beauty high, In The Moment, Issue 12 (May 2018), pp. 56-59.

Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion, Textile History, 20th April 2018.

Why plants are actually amazing for us, Betty, 8th April 2018.

Creativity as therapy, Mental Health Today, 4th April 2018.

Six reasons why charity shops are amazing, Betty, 2nd April 2018.

Say no to plastics in your bathroom, Planet Mindful, Spring 2018, pp. 38-39.

The beauty of charcoal, In The Moment, Issue 10 (Spring 2018), pp. 45-49.

Preserving the past, WI Life, March 2018, pp. 38-39.

Epic films about women’s history, Betty, 26th March 2018.

Women’s rights then and now, Betty, 19th March 2018.

Everything you need to know about Fairtrade, Betty, 13th March 2018.

Everything you need to know about International Women’s Day, 8th March 2018.

Awesome women who’ve made firsts, 5th March 2018.

Mother’s Day gifts that keep on giving, Betty, 5th March 2018.

Why conflict free diamonds are a girl’s best friend, The Ethicalist, February 2018.

Get your scarlet pout out with these ethical red lipsticks, The Ethicalist, February 2018.

I’m saying goodbye to my therapist and now the ending feels real, Mental Health Today, 28th February 2018.

What to do if you think your friend has an eating disorder, Betty, 21st February 2018.

Why being kind to others is good for you, Betty, 17th February 2018.

How reading helps me to self-soothe, Mental Health Today, 5th February 2018.

Jane Fonda: Was she the first celebrity humanitarian?, The Ethicalist, January 2018.

While you were sleeping: Get perfect post-party skin in three steps, The Ethicalist, January 2018.

15 apps that will (maybe) change your life, Betty, 15th January 2018.

Perfume: Scents of Style, Londnr, 12th January 2018.

London versus the UK: The real north/south divide, The Overtake, 8th January 2018.

‘Buy Less, Love More. How To Buy Vintage Jewellery’, The Ethicalist, December 2017.

‘Shiny Happy People And Oceans – Ethical Clutch Bags That Truly Sparkle‘, The Ethicalist, December 2017.

‘It’s the small tasks that can help us to stay stable’, Mental Health Today, 22nd December 2017.

‘I want the #MeToo campaign to succeed but it is hard for my mental health to take’, Mental Health Today, 20th December 2017.

‘When I’m struggling I find it easier to connect with strangers’, Mental Health Today, 11th December 2017.

‘What to do with all the random stuff you feel nostalgic about’, Betty, 6th December 2017.

‘Why quitting alcohol was the best decision I ever made’, Stylist.co.uk, 5th December 2017.

Ethical jewellery, from blood diamonds to Fairtrade gold, The Ethicalist, December 2017.

‘Everything you need to survive the bus to school’, Betty, 5th December 2017.

‘Give Kindness this Christmas: A Reminder That the Little Things Matter Most’, Welldoing.org, 1st December 2017.

‘The Truth Behind Silk: Cruel Luxury for People and Planet’, The Ethicalist, November 2017.

‘The real reason why mock exams are actually useful’, Betty, 28th November 2017.

‘What’s The Oldest Thing In Your Wardrobe?’, Sophie Benson, 28th November 2017.

‘Maintaining a job is crucial to my dignity and identity’, Mental Health Today, 20th November 2017.

‘Christmas Gift Guide to Ethical Shopping #1 -What Ethical Bloggers Wish For’, That Butterfly Effect, 20th November 2017.

‘On bad days my bed functions like a prison that keeps me safe but frustrated’, Mental Health Today, 20th November 2017.

‘Perfume 101: What to buy and wear to apply’, Betty, 5th November 2017.

‘Go big and go eco… Sustainable shopping at every level in Dubai’, The Ethicalist, October 2017.

‘Clarity: why it’s so hard to give up drinking’, Club Soda, 12th October 2017.

‘Live like a queen even when you’re skint’, Betty, 4th October 2017.

‘How social media can help with your school work’, Betty, 2nd October 2017.

On 28th September 2017, I featured top of Ethical Consumer’s list of ten ethical bloggers.

‘Braving the Wilderness by Brené Brown: a must read for enquiring minds’, Welldoing.org, 22nd September 2017.

‘It’s not wrong to cry, it is human’, Mental Health Today, 18th September 2017.

‘A greener way of life – interview with Rae Ritchie’, That Butterfly Effect, 12th September 2017.

‘We can rationalise but social media still makes us dissatisfied with our lives’, Mental Health Today, 11th September 2017.

‘Beauty and the bathroom: five simple ways to be kinder to the planet and your pocket’, Tapered, 5th September 2017.

‘How Princess Diana’s love of costume jewellery continues today’, The Ethicalist, August 2017.

‘At last – the luxury ethical brands that deliver to your doorstep’, The Ethicalist, August 2017.

‘The story of Sarson’s’, Food To Love, August 2017.

‘Mindful drinking: the new way to socialise’, Grazia, 22nd August 2017.

‘Five things to ticket off your bucket list before you’re eighteen’, Betty.me, 19th August 2017.

‘And breathe….’, Mental Health Today, 17th August 2017.

‘Is letting go of perfection the secret to happiness?’, Welldoing.org, 10th August 2017.

‘Ten things you didn’t know about the Fiat 500’, Segmento, 10th August 2017.

‘How to not forget everything you learnt at school over the summer holidays’, Betty, 31st July 2017.

‘The five cool fashion buys you’ll want in your wardrobe every year’, Betty, 27th July 2017.

‘Botanical beauty, floral fashion and Instagram interiors: from English gardens to IKEA houseplants’, Londnr Magazine, 25th July 2017.

‘How to integrate self-care into every day’, Welldoing.org, 22nd July 2017.

‘Eco Essentials: Beach Day’, The Revival Collective, 11th July 2017.

Positive Clothing, Positive Outlook, Native, 27th June 2017

Borderline personality disorder is part of me but not all consuming, Mental Health Today, 26th June 2017

Sustainable Shopping for Summer Days: Four Beach Holiday Buys, Fashion ComPassion, 20th June 2017

When I’m having a bad day, everything feels overwhelming, Mental Health Today, 14th June 2017

Understanding Hoarding as a Mental Health Disorder, Welldoing.org, 13th June 2017

‘One spare tube of toothpaste: five toiletry and makeup minimalist tips from a beauty writer’, Midlands Minimalist, 26th May 2017.

‘How do we maintain emotional stability in the face of tragedy?’, Mental Health Today, 24th May 2017.

‘Managing mental health: small things make all the difference’, Welldoing.org, 19th May 2017.

‘Beneath the barnet: the cultural significance of hair’, Londnr, 19th May 2017.

‘Organic Beauty and Wellbeing Week: A two-step approach to becoming a more conscious beauty buyer’, The Revival Collective, 17th May 2017.

‘I’ve given myself permission to thrive not just survive’, Mental Health Today, 8th May 2017.

‘Three reasons why Sunday night is secretly the best night of the week’, Betty, 5th May 2017.

‘Who are today’s mental health heroes?’, Mental Health Today, 26th April 2017.

‘3 Easy Conscious Beauty Swaps’, The Revival Collective, 19th April 2017.

‘Last month I tried to kill myself’, in Sas Petherick ed., Voices Rising: A Collection of Essays, Poetry, Art and Prayers To Inspire Your Voice, 8th March 2017, pp. 81-83.

‘There’s more to a Saturday afternoon than a pub lunch: the lesson it took me a decade to learn’, Club Soda, 24th February 2017.

‘Wise Words #15: from Caroline Knapp to Gretchen Rubin’, Welldoing.org, 15th February 2017.

‘Fair Fashion & How to Dress Ethically’, Londnr Magazine, 3rd February 2017.

‘740 days sober: 12 tips for a dry month and beyond’, Club Soda, 3rd February 2017.

‘Alexandra Shulman To Leave Vogue: The End Of An Era’, HuffPost Style, 25th January 2017.

‘Eight (actually) cool new hobbies to get stuck into in 2017 #NewYearSameYou’, Betty, 24th January 2017.

‘The True Cost Of Cashmere In Selfridges’ “Material World”’, HuffPost Style, 23rd January 2017.

‘Wise Words #12: from Sally Brampton to Oliver Burkeman’, Welldoing.org, 18th January 2017.

‘Working around it: Finding time for mental health therapies when you have a job’, Mental Health Today, 6th January 2017.

‘Riding A Crimson Wave: Let’s Talk About Periods’, HuffPost Women, 4th January 2017.

‘Forget resolutions!  Here’s why you should pick a new year buzzword instead #NewYearSameYou’, Betty, 3rd January 2017.

‘I’m not Cinderella: Realising that mental health problems continue in the new year’, Mental Health Today, 16th December 2016.

‘Jane Fonda: Ageing and Activism’, The Mutton Club, 21st December 2016.

‘Can wanting to bin our pills be a sign of improved mental health?’, Mental Health Today, 28th November 2016.

‘‘I’m a Loving Family Man, Get Me Out of Here!’: Modern Masculinity in the Celebrity Jungle’, HuffPost Entertainment, 23rd November 2016.

‘Behind Closed Doors: The Liberty Advent Calendar’, Londnr Magazine, 20th November 2016.

‘When the Therapist You Choose is not Right for You’, Welldoing.org, 3rd November 2016.

‘Hanoi Jane, Hanoi Tom: The Intertwining of Jane Fonda and Tom Hayden’, HuffPost Entertainment, 1st November 2016.

‘Mental Health: A Waiting Game’, Mental Health Today, 12th October 2016.

‘Angelina Jolie: Motherhood Over Marriage’, HuffPost Entertainment, 22nd September 2016.

‘My 3 Therapy Sessions Changed Everything’, Welldoing.org, 15th September 2016.

‘Absolutely Fashion: Less About Vogue & More About the Lack of Value Accorded to Fashion’, HuffPost Entertainment, 13th September 2016.

With Sue Hawkins, Nicola Phillips and Jay Kleinberg (eds.), Women in Magazines: Research, Representation, Production and Consumption (Routledge: London, 2016).

With Helen Glew, Jane Hamlett, Sinead McEneaney and Zoe Thomas, ‘Introduction: “Women as Wives and Workers: Marking Fifty Years of The Feminine Mystique” Special Issue’, History of Women in the Americas 3 (2015), 1-8.

With S. Jay Kleinberg, ‘Contrasting Trends in Women’s Employment in the Twentieth Century: Race, Gender, Class and The Feminine Mystique’, History of Women in the Americas 3 (2015), 9-29.

‘From Kays of Worcester to Vogue, Paris: The Women’s Institute, Rural Life and Fashionable Dress in Post-war Britain’, in Charlotte Nicklas and Annebella Pollen (eds.), Dress History: New Directions in Theory and Practice (Bloomsbury: London, 2015).

‘Worlds within Kays: British Modernity and Representations of Place in the 1960s’, in Rachel Johnson and Barbara Mitra (eds.), Constructions of Gender and Identity through Kays Catalogue (1920-2000) (Cambridge Academic Publishing: Cambridge, 2015).

‘Young Women in Woman: Representations of youthful femininity in the “world’s greatest weekly for women”, 1954-1969’ in Maggie Andrews and Sallie McNamara (eds.), Women and the Media: Feminism and Femininity in Britain, 1900 to the Present (Routledge: London, 2014), pp. 143-155.

‘“Beauty isn’t all a matter of looking glamorous”: Attitudes to glamour and beauty in 1950s women’s magazines’, Women’s History Review 23:5 (2014), 723-743.

‘Seen and Heard’, WI Life, October 2013, 23.

‘Fergie at the Funeral’, Women’s History Network blog, 5 May 2013.

‘The Quakers of Hartshill’, the Friend, 20 September 2012, 10-11.

‘Reading Women’s History: Roundtable Discussion about Scholarship on Women’s History in the Americas,  Institute for the Study of the Americas, London, 4 November 2011’
History Workshop Journal 73 (2012), 359-361.

‘Sustainability at Svartbäcken’, the Friend, 9 September 2011, 10-11.

Review of Kathleen A Laughlin and Jacqueline L Castledine (eds.), Breaking the Wave – Women, Their Organizations, and Feminism, 1945 – 1985, European Review of History/Revue Européenne d’Histoire 19:2, 336-338.

Review of Mary Lynn Stewart, Dressing Modern Frenchwomen: Marketing Haute Couture, 1919 – 1939, European Review of History/Revue Européenne d’Histoire 18:2, 285-287.

Review of Lorna Gibson, Beyond Jerusalem: Music in the Women’s Institute, 1919 – 1969, Women’s History Network Magazine Autumn 2008.

Review of Donna Ulyatt, Rural Women and Work, Women’s History Review 16:5, 785 – 787.