On a very wet and windy morning, the Lyme Bay ladies turned out in force to spread their festive cheer. Around 25 ladies braved the weather to meet at Dorset House in Lyme Regis for a festive coffee morning to raise money for the RNLI. As businesses operating on the Dorset Coast, we rely heavily on the RNLI to keep us and our visitors safe and to spread their educational message about water safety throughout the year. The ladies were greeted with fresh coffee from Crankhouse Coffee in Exeter, refreshing tea from Comins in Sturminster Newton and Lyn’s home-made...Read More
On our last Bridport networking of 2018 we asked the ladies to bring along things to promote their business or items to show and sell. We have such a wealth of talented ladies in LBL and it is great to support local business. Of course there was lots of chat and connections made over coffee & mince pies! Wishing you all a very Merry Xmas and see you in 2019. 14th Dec 2018 Great to buy gifts from our own talented LBL’s Lisa Eastwood Founder, Lyme Bay...Read More
For our Christmas drinks this year we met at SWIM in Lyme Regis for cocktails and dancing. They had live music from Rachael Roberts & The Gatsby Trio performing 1920s jazz/swing. Perfect evening for a pre-Christmas tipple! Thank you Clare Mackenny from Flip Flops or Wellies for the photo. 6th December 2018 Looks like you Ladies had fun! Lisa Eastwood Founder, Lyme Bay...Read More
We were so lucky to have LBL, Janey Holliday, with us to talk about Comparison. It was such a hit, she has created an online version! Click HERE I will hand you over to Janey: In this positive and uplifting 45 minutes talk, I go through: 1. The number one mistake women make when they compare themselves (well actually there are three!) 2. The common self-limiting beliefs women hold that make them compare 3. Why technology and social media make women compare themselves even more 4. How comparison holds women back and keeps them stuck 5. The most powerful...Read More
A huge thank you to Sue Blanch for being our guest speaker this month. Sue Blanch: ‘I’m a menstrual cycle consultant, yoga teacher and author of Yoga and the Menstrual Cycle, – Live in Harmony with your Natural Rhythm. I struggled with my cycle for 30 years until I found that living in sync with my natural cyclical changes and the optimal type of yoga at the appropriate time eliminated my period pain and premenstrual syndrome. To my surprise I also discovered benefits to having a cycle that I never knew existed, like times when I am full of creativity,...Read More
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We are all so lucky, having a network of like minded people who are there to support each other. It's great to help raise money for charity as well. Long may it continue!