Welcome back to Episode 3 of Out of the Bubble.
The list of publications that this week's guest Marina Gask has worked on during her extensive media career as a top journalist includes Just 17, Sugar, Cosmopoltan, Glamour and so many more. Marina is now the co-founder, along with Faye Watts, of Audrey online, which if you haven't already discovered I can highly recommend it.
We get to chat about life behind the magazines, how sharing other women stories is so inspiration and powerful, thoughts on the medias out dated representation of women over 40 and what #GenerationRestart is all about.
Favourite piece of music - Anything by the Isley Brothers, Behind a Painted Smile
Inspiring book - Tales of the City by Armistead Maupin
Who inspires you? - My mum, she published a book at the age of 83. She hadn't been a writer previously but grew up in France during the 2nd World War and wrote a book about her family life being stranded in Normandy. 'Nell and the Girls' by Jeanne Gask,
To find out more about Audrey on line please visit www.audreyonline.co.uk, you can also follow on Instagram and Twitter @bemoreaudrey and Facebook @Audrey Online
I'll be back in a fortnight when I'll be joined by super talented fashion designer Debbie Wilkinson , founder of Screwballs & Bats. We'll be finding out what it's like to set up your own fashion business from scratch without any formal training in your late forties and Debbie's personal experience of ageism in the industry. I'm also dying to know where the name of her brand came from!
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(Background music credited to Scott Holmes- Our Big Adventure)
I'll be back in a fortnight, but in the mean time... keep being fabulous!
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