So many of you lovely lot know I run Keep Real® and with that comes a fair few things. Such as responsibility, creativity, management and hmmm I’m gonna say…self care. Yes! I said self care!! Whoa…Did I really just say that? I did. A lot of folk won’t state that or *gasp* even mention it as something […]Read More What Is “Self Care?”: A Guide For Trying To Keep It Real
Being the social creatures we are- having connections is something we feel makes a profound difference in our lives to establish meaning and fulfilment. It’s super sweet, it makes us do the floss (which I’ve recently discovered the name of as that funny dance with the hands and the hips…) and it allows us to […]Read More Social Platform Creature: Our Mental Health Impact
Before I begin, I want to say how my personal mental health has changed over the years. It has fluctuated in response to a multitude of events, grown through a variety of focuses and also stayed dormant through different phases. Note that every part of that sentence, is an accumulative of change. This is what […]Read More What’s Going On, Kim?
What’s going on Kim, I hear you say? A lot…as always! So a lot of you folk know about Keep Real, I’m so humbled to announce the beginning of mental health workshops for the social enterprise!! The first workshop will be in Sheffield as part of the CIC Golddigger Trust for ‘Girls Day’ (you can […]Read More SOC-ENT Part 3: Mental Health Workshops begin!
*TW: please note, if you are going through something currently with any mental health issue, be gentle with yourself and click away from this blog post. You may find it triggering (thoughts on anxiety/depression). Take a look at the carelines page here for support on Keep Real. Dear Friends, Despite a lot of good things […]Read More An Open Mental Letter
If you haven’t seen Part One of this three part blog post- please see it here! I first discussed knowing your market, dealing with difficult situations and a small summary of starting out. This part is asking questions like, ‘What is a social enterprise?’ and ‘Tips from Important Mistakes’. So What Is A ‘Social Enterprise’? […]Read More Experiences of a Social Entrepreneur: Part Two
It’s difficult to sum up all the wonderful tribulations of starting a business. The very first statement I will say, is that the hardest part is starting at all. So here’s 3 inside notes on my experiences so far for Part One! Personal Challenges: When I first had the idea of ‘Keep Real‘ – it […]Read More Experiences of a Social Entrepreneur: Part One