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Jo Salter Where Does it Come From?

Where Does It Come From? – Ethical Clothes that Come with their Story

Looking for beautiful, stylish clothes and want to be sure that they were created using fair trade and eco-friendly methods?   Where Does It Come From? has created its own brand of gorgeous, ethical clothes and accessories that are fully traceable using a code Jo prints on the label.  You can discover exactly where yours came from and get to know the people involved.

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Clare Lyons Frugal Family

In this interview I talk to the founder of the Frugal family blog SO before you start visualizing, as I tend to do, – wearing sandals, not washing properly, letting your kids run riot and not treating yourself ever – trust me I’ve lived right next door to a real family whose kids looked like they were dressed in 1970’s charity shop clothes and thought Harry Potter was inspired by the devil!

They’re all adults now, and if they’re listening – I really felt for you – honest I did anyway Clare is on the Podcast to banish my thoughts of hair shirts, poor quality Traidcraft coffee from 1985 or ostentatious austerity so Clare  writes

Being frugal isn’t about the cheapest option, it’s about the best option based on your situation. We believe that teaching ourselves and our kids about where stuff comes from, what it costs financially and environmentally is important. Our family project has grown into a real desire to change the way we buy, spend and live… It’s been hard at times, lots of planning is involved and we are not perfect – but we are trying.

I asked Clare to tell me her story and what it’s like in her family.


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Why Not Being In More Photos Is One Of This Mom’s ‘Biggest Regrets’

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Annie Moon Be The Difference VA

Annie calls herself a changemaker, introducer and facilitator between Social enterprises, charities and the like with corporates and bigger companies.



As of publication or release date the 14th March 2018 an interview I did with a Puerto Rican called Engel Jones in his 12 minute convos has just been released – it’s only 12 minutes long of me chatting to Engel – he asks all his guests the same questions and I was very flattered to be asked because I had only interviewed one person for the social good podcast  at the time – the blurb and the promotion was on LInkedin but I hadn’t exactly got a podcast released and out there so to speak so 12 minutes of me if you want to

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or anyway on with my show talking to other people

I asked Annie to tell us all her story


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Aspergers Heroes

Aspergers Heroes. David Derbyshire

Asperger’s Heroes is a personal development service aimed at adults with Asperger’s Syndrome. Its goal is to empower people to make positive changes both in their own lives and in their workplace or community. I tackle such issues as managing stress, developing social skills and finding fulfilment, by offering one-to-one consultations and group workshops.


David received a Distinction in my Diploma in Life Coaching and he is also a co-founder of job club where he volunteered as a job coach for 5 years. 

He taught Psychology in Further Education in interesting and engaging ways for many years, gaining mainly grade 2 “good” observations. At Birmingham Metropolitan College he worked for 14 years teaching AQA A-level Psychology (AS and A2) to sixth-formers and previously to evening classes and Psychological Perspectives on Ascentis Access to HE Programme. 

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