Hello! I’m Annie. Thank you for visiting, it’s lovely to meet you.

I love creating connections, building community and empowering others to have more honest and authentic conversations. 

Honest Conversation began as a blog about parenthood. I had a conversation with a mum friend who was having a hard time but felt like she couldn’t tell anyone and I decided no one should ever feel like they can’t be honest about how things really are. Writing the blog led to my bookCold Cups of Tea and Hiding in the Loo – which is an honest reflection of parenthood and faith.

My passion for honest conversation goes much wider than parenthood. I wholeheartedly believe the more we talk openly and vulnerably about anything and everything, the more we can build connection and community. 

From coaching to content creation, writing to facilitating workshops, I love helping people and organisations to communicate who they are, and how and why they do what they do, all to enable them to create a deeper connection with their audience.

I’m now working in a full-time digital and communications role so have less capacity for freelance work however I still love the opportunity to write or speak if I do have time so feel free to get in touch. You can also head to LinkedIn if you want to have a look at the kind of work I’ve done.

However you’ve come by this little space of mine, you are so welcome. There are lots of ways for us to connect. You can read my blog, buy my book, or connect with me for writing or speaking opportunities.

If you want to get in touch or work with me, I’d love to hear from you. You can email me at: annie@honestconversation.co.uk

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