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About Caroline

Hi there! I’m Caroline Towers, creator and founder of Conversations with Caroline.  Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to check out my blog.

Simply Be - Be Bright and Bold

I live in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England with my boyfriend Keil.

I graduated from Bradford University in 2012 with a degree in Creative Writing and English Literature.  I have always loved to write and after I left university I started my own business as an Arbonne health and wellness consultant.  I love having my own business but I missed writing.  So, I decided to start a blog!

Conversations with Caroline has developed from a lifestyle blog to a resource for bloggers.  I share blogging tips regularly and in 2016 launched my online course, Trigger Your Blog.  You will still find a few lifestyle and travel posts dotted around but my main focus is helping you grow your blog.

I would describe myself as a lifestyle blogger and multi-passionate entrepreneur.  I continue to grow my Arbonne business and I am also the co-founder (alongside Keil) of Voltage Sport where recently we launched our own clothing line.

Bradford Means Business Award Winners

Photo Credit – Telegraph and Argus

I love to write and create – I spend plenty of time with my head in the clouds, dreaming of my next project.

I’ve had my fair share of the 9-5 – It isn’t for me.

At 14 I started to work in my mum and step-dads business, they own a bike shop.  I worked Saturday’s and school holidays and for a while after my A-Levels I was full-time.  This gave me a good insight into owning your own business.  I still do some work for them today focusing mainly on the online side of things.

Fitness June 2015 - Cycling, ladies Bianchi

I have a diploma in Personal Training, I wanted to do this freelance but I had little confidence at the time so I never really put it to good use.  It’s nice I am finally using the skills I learnt over at Voltage Sport.  Instead, I worked for a mortgage company and then in various departments in Social Services. Although the jobs I did were, for the most part, interesting, I always felt there was more to life than working in an office.  If you work in an office that’s fine I just knew it wasn’t for me.  It was at this point I decided to go to University, I thought at least for 3 years of my life I will have done something interesting.  I’ve really never looked back since then.

I have so many things which interest me.  Here are a few things:

I love to write – I totally love writing.  I may not always be the best at it but I love to be creative.  I never thought of myself as a creative person because I am not great at art and making things but I have realised there are many different ways to be creative.

I love the movies – Going to the cinema and watching a good film makes me really happy!

I love nice food – I love eating out and trying new food as well as eating at home and cooking.  It’s fun and you can have some great conversations over food.

I love going to the gym – I first joined a gym at 16 and I’ve had a constant membership ever since.  I may sometimes lapse or be less motivated but overall it is something I really enjoy doing.  Over the last year I have had a recurring injury where I haven’t been able to go as much and I really missed it!

I love small business – I am always thinking of new business ideas because I love the concept of business – I don’t act on them all but maybe one day I will!  The idea of growing a business from scratch, working for myself and being my own boss is the best thing in the world.  I think it is important more people understand the importance of supporting their friends and families businesses and the difference these can make to the world.

I love to travel – Planning a trip, followed by going somewhere else in the world is such an exciting process. It’s fun to explore new places and return to places I love.  It’s really  something which lights up my soul.

Waterside Cafe, Bridgetown, Barbados

Here are a few of my favourite blog posts:

Spotlight – Film Review

Becoming a Morning Person

5 Tips for Public Speaking

Visiting Brussels and the European Paliament

8 Things to do on your first trip to Las Vegas

How I Started my own Business

St Patrick’s Day Throwback

The Best Guacamole Recipe

5 Ways to Make the Gym Fun!

Why I Removed Try from my Vocabulary

How to Live with Asthma

Swimming with Sea Turtles

Prosecco at the Madison Roof Garden London

Cheers! Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog, I really hope you enjoy it.

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