It’s been a bit quiet on here lately.
That’s because it’s been a bit bonkers in my office. But in a good way. I had the absolute pleasure of handling the international press and professional relations during the sixth edition of the Marrakech Biennale, meeting journalists from leading international publications. Just what I love. Then I finished up there and went straight on to back-to-back-to-back glamourous events. The types of events that take place in palaces and beautiful venues with a guest list as equally as glamourous, feeling like we were on photo shoots for high-end brands and publications. All the while helping small business clients say something to achieve their communications goals and increase their bottom line.
So when I finally had a free weekend free, I nipped off to the Ouirgane Valley, just an hour from Marrakech yet a world away. It was a weekend of beauty views. Walks through the valley where I reflected on my personal life, the aspect of life that isn’t quite where I think it should be. Dining on yummy Berber cuisine in unassuming places or on terraces with majestic views. Drives through wonderful valleys that lead to fascinating historical sites. And space to sit and reflect on business growth and the changes that are to come on that front while admiring the gorgeous sunsets, returning to Marrakech refreshed and filled with new ideas.