There's a lot going on at Busy Life at the moment. I've a new logo, just added Basketball to my Diversity Designs range, & I'm now on Linkedin! I've also added videos to some of my pages; more to follow! MY ONLINE STORES, TEEMILL, ZAZZLE and MYNOTCH ARE STILL SHIPPING. Please, support my quest for inclusion; SHOP NOW!
On 4th March 2020, I was delighted to be celebrating my inclusion in the #ialso100 list of female business owners for 2020. I attended an exclusive reception at the House of Lords. A great opportunity and an honour. I am very proud of what my fab small business, Busy Life, has achieved!
Busy Life is excited to announce the addition of an image to its "Run, girl, run!" collection of a Buggy Running Mum! Shop now to buy T-Shirts and merch that celebrate your awesome running achievements!
#Ad I'm so excited to announce that Busy Life is now an affiliate of bellabops! bellabops sell funky leggins. They really are very visible and bright! Should you be so kind as to click through from my website, I may be paid a small referral fee for your purchase.
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A 2019 Government report found disABLED people travel less frequently & experience problems when travelling by train.
"Delay Repay", is the national rail compensation scheme. The criteria is based on delayed travel times. I'm petitioning for delays & disruption to disABLED passengers to be added to their criteria.
I'm delighted to be one of the f:Entrepreneur #ialso100 2020. This campaign is a celebration of inspirational businesses led by women in the UK.
I'm really proud of this fantastic achievement and look forward to sharing more news of the campaign throughout the year. #EachforEqual #IWD2020 #thinkINC #disABILITY #smile
I just wanted to take a minute to thank you all for your support during Busy Life's first year of trading. You've all been awesome! Thank you for your purchases, your likes, tweets, retweets, shares, and posts. Here's to MORE championing diversity and inclusion, smiling, kindness, and giving in 2020! #disABILITY
#Ad The campaign came about when Artist & Designer Sarah Hamilton saw the quote "If everyone who'd complimented our beautiful gallery had bought 'just a card' we'd still be open" by store keepers who'd recently closed their gallery.
The JUST A CARD campaign aims to encourage people to support, value and buy from artists, designers, independent shops and small businesses by reinforcing the message that all purchases, however small, even 'just a card' are so vital to their prosperity and survival.
Busy Life is a small, new business. We have a great USP with our Diversity Designs and SmileCloud ranges. However, we still need your support to survive! So, please, shop at Busy Life now!
I am truly honoured and delighted that Diversity Designs™️ is supported by Kym and Parasports World in October. Read the full article, a 4 minute read, at https://www.parasports.world/
Diversity Designs™ #WOW Award
On the 12th September, Busy Life won the #Twittersisters award! This award is for networking for small businesses. I am very honoured to have won!
In September, I added another set of images to the Busy Life’s "Run, girl, run!" collection; part of the “Diversity Designs™ range. Inspired by my daughter, these are images for runners who wear their hair in plaits. A range of clothing and accessories with an image like you! The range celebrates the athlete in you, whatever your size, shape, age, race, or ability.
The "Run, girl, run!" collection, together with the "Run, boy, run! collection are available, on Zazzle in the Busy Life "Diversity Designs™" store.
https://www.zazzle.co.uk/store/diversity_designs/collections T-shirts can be bought from my Teemill store:
Busy Life Ltd has been shortlisted as a finalist for the Disability-Smart Marketing Campaign Award at the Business Disability Forum 2019 Disability-Smart Awards! To say I was shocked and surprised but really, really, pleased to hear this news would be an understatement!
These awards recognise and celebrate businesses who have demonstrated outstanding and innovative practice. Finalists are businesses, large and small and, across all sectors who have helped transform the lives of disabled people in the workplace and in society.
I'll let you know how I get on!