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Named as one of North Wales' Inspirational Women

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Named as one of North Wales' Inspirational Women

This month I've had the honour of being mentioned in the magazine 'Life in North Wales'. The article about succeeding in business names a few inspirational women from the area, of which I'm delighted to be included. 

The article written by Penny Fray highlights what is needed to succeed. "What does success mean to you? To some it means making millions. Others crave power. Some just want to make the world a positive impact on the world. Achievement, in short, means different things to different people - but it never comes easy."

Karen Matthias (a psychology lecturer at Coleg Cambria, North Wales) sites one of the best definitions of success from Jefferey Sumber as "success is overcoming challenges, internal and external that at one time felt impossible or overbearing but with hard work and discipline I was able to rise above the fear or anxiety."

Poet Maya Angelou has an equally inspiring idea of it being about liking yourself, what you do and how you do it. 

My business Bold Beanies develops products for those undergoing chemotherapy and hair loss. Created from need for the product myself and now manufacturing and worldwide shipping to others to help make a difficult time a bit more bearable.  As a busy single mum to two girls, my business needs to be simple... but that's only possible with relentless persistence, hard work, social conscience and an unfailing belief in your service or product.

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Breast Cancer Mum creates Fashionable Chemotherapy Headwear

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Breast Cancer Mum creates Fashionable Chemotherapy Headwear

Wrexham mum who battled breast cancer has created a business selling fashionable headwear for people undergoing chemotherapy  A BRAVE mum-of-two who battled breast cancer has created a business selling fashionable headwear for people undergoing chemotherapy and suffering hair loss. Emilienne Rebel began producing Bold Beanies after being diagnosed with the condition six years ago, aged 31. Her range of soft and stylish cotton hats is proving popular with people losing their hair as a result of chemotherapy, or with Alopecia. See the rest of the online Leader article from 2013 here:  http://www.leaderlive.co.uk/news/127622/wrexham-mum-who-battled-breast-cancer-has-created-a-business-selling-fashionable-headwear-for-people-undergoing-chemotherapy.aspx

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Belgravia Article Supportive Cancer Hair Loss Chemo Bold Beanies Hats Gifts for Friends...

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http://www.belgraviacentre.com/blog/brands-supportive-gifts-for-friends-with-hair-loss-from-cancer/ Brand’s Supportive Gifts for Friends with Hair Loss from Cancer Some of the best ever ideas are born out of adversity, and that’s certainly true of one of the sweetest innovations aimed at people with hair loss that we’ve ever seen.Bold Beanies is the brainchild of British mother of two Emilienne Rebel who was diagnosed with aggressive breast cancer eight years ago. When she lost all of her hair during chemotherapy treatment, she found herself feeling very cold, especially at night, and her hair loss was also difficult for her young daughter to come to terms with.Gift baskets of...

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Emilienne’s Calon Fm interview about her cancer chemo alopecia hair loss Bold Beanies hats

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Breast Cancer Care Charity Print Pink Bold Beanies Hats

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Breast Cancer Care Charity Print Pink Bold Beanies Hats

#PrintPink, A Bold Beanies hat flower & Breast Cancer Care… It was a simple idea, Cartridge People would raise money on behalf of a charity in a month-long campaign. This led to Cartridge People asking what could be done to help people in need.The answer was… a lot.Print Pink was born out of a wish to contribute to the national annual drive each year during October to raise awareness of breast cancer. In keeping with the obvious link we have with the printer consumables industry, we wanted to donate towards a charity that provides help and support to individuals and...

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