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078: Should You Ever Work For Free?

September 20, 2017

In creative industries in particular, working for free to gain exposure and build relationships that allow you to ascend the career ladder faster goes with the territory. In other words,…

077: Dealing with information overload

September 13, 2017

A wonderful yet highly challenging thing about the world we live in today is the amount of information we have access to. It’s exciting to be able to access data…

076: Phone Addiction

September 6, 2017

Carly removed the Facebook app from her phone ages ago. After watching Carly do it, plus listening to another friend espouse the benefits of it, Kelly also removed the app…

075: Mastering Memory

August 30, 2017

Carly’s quite good at remembering things, Kelly’s totally rubbish. As in ‘forgot to pick up a friend’s kids from school on Monday’ rubbish. But that might be because Carly is…

074: We tackle listener problems

August 2, 2017

Kelly and Carly always try to do something a little different for the shows that end a season and this episode is no different. They asked their listeners if they…

073: How to say no

July 26, 2017

For most of Kelly’s life, she’s been a dedicated over-committer, completely addicted to watching people’s faces light up when she said ‘Yes’ to them. As with everything, she had to learn…

072: Waking up early

July 19, 2017

This episode comes straight out of one of the many amazing discussions that occur in the Straight and Curly Facebook group. Laura wants to get up early but when her…

071: Perfectionism

July 12, 2017

Kelly never used to think she was a perfectionist – but in researching for her second book Practical Perfection, discovered she was. Carly used to think she was … but has…

070: How we got where we are today

July 5, 2017

Someone in the Straight and Curly Facebook group wanted to know what paths Carly and Kelly travelled after finishing high school and how they both ended up becoming writers. As…