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S3E7: On being biracial women and bloggers with Rida // Before and Again

S3E7: On being biracial women and bloggers with Rida // Before and Again

In this week’s episode, I chat with Rida of Before and Again about our experiences of being biracial women. We talked about:

  • Growing up with a name that people make fun of or pronounce incorrectly
  • Rabya’s Instagram Stories about being invisible online and being a “white-passing” woman
  • Why we sometimes choose to “whitewash” ourselves despite having pride in our heritage
  • The importance of being political and speaking out – even if clumsily – on our platforms
  • The emotional labour of educating others about racism and privilege
  • Rachel Cargle’s free 30-day challenge, Do The Work
  • Amplifying as many voices as possible as an ally

And more. Listen here or on Apple PodcastsSpotify or anywhere you usually get your podcasts.

You can find me on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest @lucylucraft or on my blog: lucylucraft.com.

Please think about leaving the show a rating & review. For each one I receive, I give £2 to my chosen charity, which changes monthly.

Last month’s charityBlossom’s Legacy
This month’s charity= Endometriosis UK

Thanks to our sponsors for this season; The Blogger Course (get 20% off with the code WhatSheSaid) and SudioSweden (get 15% off with the code WhatSheSaid). Please support them the way they’re supporting me 🙂 

New PODCAST episode: I chat with Rida about our experiences of being biracial women and bloggers. Listen to more #podcast episodes at lucylucraft.com 

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S3E6: On the highs and lows of blogging with Charlotte Jacklin // Betty Magazine

S3E6: On the highs and lows of blogging with Charlotte Jacklin // Betty Magazine

In this week’s episode, I chat with the always incredible Charlotte Jacklin of Betty Magazine and The Fringe of It fame. 

We talked about:

  • Transitioning Betty from a print magazine to a blog
  • Owning your status as a blogger and dealing with people’s negative reactions
  • The money side of working with brands and the importance of talking about money
  • Whether we have an obligation to hold brands accountable for the lack of diversity in their campaigns
  • Not letting our fear of getting it wrong stop us from speaking out and being willing to listen  and learn when we take a misstep
  • The stumbling blocks Charlotte has faced in her career and how they led to where she is now
  • The one element of blogging that never changes


And more. Listen here or on Apple PodcastsSpotify or anywhere you usually get your podcasts.

You can find me on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest @lucylucraft or on my blog: lucylucraft.com.

Please think about leaving the show a rating & review. For each one I receive, I give £2 to my chosen charity, which changes monthly.

Last month’s charityKit Tarka Foundation

This month’s charityBlossom’s Legacy

Thanks to our sponsors for this season; The Blogger Course (get 20% off with the code WhatSheSaid) and SudioSweden (get 15% off with the code WhatSheSaid). Please support them the way they’re supporting me . 

New PODCAST episode: I chat with Charlotte Jacklin all about the highs and lows of blogging and having a real life print magazine. Listen to more #podcast episodes at lucylucraft.com 

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S3E5: On…..Lucy! A Q&A with Me.

S3E5: On…..Lucy! A Q&A with Me.

I decided to record a spontaneous Q&A this week which was surprisingly fun!  

I talked about:

  • My SEO course (and I give you 20% off!)
  • Why I’m vegan
  • My zero waste tips
  • How I stay motivated as a self-employed mama
  • The juggle! 

And more!Listen here or on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or anywhere you usually get your podcasts.

You can find me on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest @lucylucraft or on my blog: lucylucraft.com.

Please think about leaving the show a rating & review. For each one I receive, I give £2 to my chosen charity, which changes monthly.

Last month’s charity= Kit Tarka Foundation

This month’s charity= Blossom’s Legacy

Thanks to our sponsors for this season; The Blogger Course (get 20% off with the code WhatSheSaid) and Sudio Sweden (get 15% off with the code WhatSheSaid). Please support them the way they’re supporting me 🙂 

S3E4: On Monetising your Blog with Milou Van Roon // Explorista

S3E4: On Monetising your Blog with Milou Van Roon // Explorista

In this week’s episode, I chat with my lovely friend Milou aka Explorista about how we monetise our blogs with affiliates, and how you can too.

We talked about:

  • What on earth affiliate marketing is
  • How to make money even if your audience is small
  • The types of posts you could write
  • Myths and mindset *shits* 😉
  • Milou’s Facebook group for female digital nomads

And more. Listen here or on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or anywhere you usually get your podcasts.

You can find me on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest @lucylucraft or on my blog: lucylucraft.com.

Please think about leaving the show a rating & review. For each one I receive, I give £2 to my chosen charity, which changes monthly.

Last month’s charity= Kit Tarka Foundation

This month’s charity= Blossom’s Legacy

Thanks to our sponsors for this season; The Blogger Course (get 20% off with the code WhatSheSaid) and Sudio Sweden (get 15% off with the code WhatSheSaid). Please support them the way they’re supporting me 🙂 

S3E3: On body positivity with Natalie // Style Me Sunday

S3E3: On body positivity with Natalie // Style Me Sunday

In this week’s episode, I chat to the delicious Natalie aka Style Me Sunday. We talked about:

  • Changing careers
  • Not being scared to speak our minds online
  • Body positivity
  • Her #WarriorWomanProject
  • Bringing up feminist babies

And more. Listen here or on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or anywhere you usually get your podcasts.

You can find me on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest @lucylucraft or on my blog: lucylucraft.com.

Please think about leaving the show a rating & review. For each one I receive, I give £2 to my chosen charity, which changes monthly.

Last month’s charity= Kit Tarka Foundation

This month’s charity= Blossom’s Legacy

Thanks to our sponsors for this season; The Blogger Course (get 20% off with the code WhatSheSaid) and Sudio Sweden (get 15% off with the code WhatSheSaid). Please support them the way they’re supporting me 🙂 

S3E1: Chatting SEO with Simon Heyes // Adventure Bagging

S3E1: Chatting SEO with Simon Heyes // Adventure Bagging

Welcome to Series three of What She Said! I’m so excited to be back. 

This series will be much the same as the rest, with a few little tweaks here and there. The main difference is that this series has TWO amazing sponsors, so look forward to hearing lots about them.

This episode is all about my favourite topic: SEO! I chat to my friend Simon all about SEO tips, tricks and stumbling blocks as well as a little bit about why he’s so great. We also sneak in a bit of filthy innuendo about SEO, so if you wanna hear that…sneak right to the end of the episode 😉

You can find me on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest @lucylucraft or on my blog: lucylucraft.com.

Please think about leaving the show a rating & review. For each one I receive I give £2 to my chosen charity, which changes monthly.

Last month’s charity= Kit Tarka Foundation

This month’s charity= Blossom’s Legacy

Thanks to our sponsors for this season; The Blogger Course, and Sudio Sweden. Please support them the way they’re supporting me 🙂