Last week I listened to a podcast that spoke about how people are re-defining what success means. According to the podcast success as we know it today is measured by what we wear, what car we drive, how many likes on Instagram we have, the career, the house, being able to multitask and have it all. The list goes on. The podcast went onto suggest that the measure of success is starting to change with a noted discomfort surrounding ostentatious spending and displays of wealth. Driven by this new outlook growing amounts of people are moving towards smaller culture laden goods that speak volumes, items with provenance, buying local bread and homemade soaps - once seen as humble products into everyday luxuries. In North Wales small artisans have been doing such that for the example Dinorwig Gin, Purple Moose Ale and Heartland Coffi who are all starting to see rapid success due to this new luxury and shift in mind-set.Read More
As Christmas approaches, Crashpad Lodges has had its final clean of 2018 ready for a group of guests arriving for 5 days to celebrate their New Year in the beautiful mountains of Snowdonia.
I love the run up to Christmas and Christmas day itself but my favourite time is the period between Christmas and New Year. It’s a time when you can sit back, relax and reflect on the year gone by and make plans and goals for the year ahead.
Last year at Crashpad Lodges we’ve had some great successes and met new and interesting people. We invested in 2 new low energyRead More
A business is like a best friend, a pet, even a loved one. When it goes quiet you start worrying, it can get you wondering “what have I done, or what am I doing wrong” and you ask “how can I make this better”Read More