Sally specialised in TV and film throughout most of her career in journalism and during that time, she interviewed some of the biggest stars of stage and screen. She has also written extensively about women's issues and wellbeing and blogs regularly about her work with a spiritual mentor. In her capacity as a PR, she has written features on interior design (for a wood floor company), food and beverages, travel, automobiles, fitness and education among other things.
Sally's specialty is the ability to turn difficult prose into something that is easily accessible to any reader.
Sally is a regular meditator. She attends silent retreats whenever possible, tries to be mindful and is interested in works by the likes of Ekhart Tolle and Wayne Dwyer.
She came late to classical ballet (at 52!) and now does regular classes. She runs (did a marathon once!), practices yoga occasionally and loves swimming in the ocean.
Other interests include food and cooking, psychology, television, film, literature, parenting teenagers and dogs.
Worked as an entertainments writer for local and national newspapers for 30 years.
Sally has written for several UK women's magazines.
Has written magazine articles about spirituality and has two books due out soon.
Sally has written blog posts for clients, copy agencies and personally on a range of topics, from exam revision through to catering for birthday parties and mental health.
Sally runs a small boutique PR agency called Wow PR and has written press releases for a range of clients ranging from a holiday resort in the Maldives through to a new brand of diet cola and a vending machine company.
Sally has spoken about how to hit the headlines at various small business and entrepreneurship events.
Sally has managed Facebook for a number of small business. Personally, she runs a closed PR school on Facebook and several pages - for planning in her local area, wellbeing retreats, a spiritual blog and PR wins.
Sally has run Twitter accounts and provided content for a range of SMEs.
Sally regularly writes e-mail pitches for clients.
Sally has written newsletters for a range of small businesses.