I’m 29 and work for a telecomms company by day. Outside of the 9-5 I freelance as a social media manager, proofreader, photographer and blogger. I loves Netflix (especially Pretty Little Liars, Gossip Girl and 90210-all of the American teen dramas) MAC lipsticks, cocktails, blogger events and working with brands. I’m learning to pole dance and enjoys nights out with friends or my pole family who are just AWESOME WARRIOR PRINCESSES. I love walking my Uncle’s gorgeous Cockapoo, Bobbie-the best dog in the world. Fact.
Originally a beauty blog, Inside Laura’s Head has evolved into a lifestyle blog covering anything from fashion to politics, blogging tips, and all sorts of other things. I still cover beauty, but not as often. As someone with anxiety, I like to cover mental health in my posts, and feel that as a blogger, I have a certain responsibility to my readers to be more real than magazines-and so I do regular life updates where I have a bit of a whinge. Because life isn’t always marble backgrounds and perfect lighting, sometimes we all struggle, and I unashamedly share that with my readers.
I launched #blogbetter as a way to help and encourage other bloggers to improve their blogs the way THEY want to-this has been a brilliant success. In January 2016 I launched Blogger Services and Advertising and in February Small Business Services too. Things in Inside Laura’s Head world are going great!
Inside Laura’s Head is brought to you from my sofa in Rastrick, West Yorkshire, England. The real Happy Valley, Yorkshire is beautiful and I loves it here.
Inside Laura’s Head was created when I was in living away from friends and family in Darlington, working in a serious job, without knowing anyone in the area. I wanted something to do that was just for me, had a lighter focus and allowed me to talk to people. I decided that starting a blog would help with this and Inside Laura’s Head was born. I’ve had previous blogs-The Importance Of Being Miss Laura Haley, and Project 27-but these didn’t last. Inside Laura’s Head has lasted and now I can’t imagine not being a blogger.
I blog from my HP laptop, take photos on my Canon 1200d often in my mini home studio, and use her iPhone to run most of my social media.