Continuing this month's theme of creativity, in this episode Ceryn speaks to artist and creative businesswoman Hazel Mead.
Well-known on and offline for her work around a host of important but all-too-often ignored subjects such as period poverty, sex positivity, mental health and post-partum bodies, Hazel's work is both beautiful and powerful, pulling no punches as it looks to break the taboos on subjects we all need to re-think.
Hazel shares her story of building a creative career; the lessons she's learned and the wisdom she'd share.
Together the two talk about the power of inspired creativity and using your voice; while also going in-depth about what it is to work from home and build a work routine that fits you, and discussing the power in breaking taboos.
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