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Stylist explores the sell-out courses teaching women how to make money from Instagram

Making a cuppa used to be a pretty straightforward affair. Switch on kettle, put Tetley’s tea bag in mug. But thanks to the weird and wonderful world of Instagram, where each post offers another opportunity to present a slice of your personal brand, even this mundane task has become rife with rules and symbolism.

You could, for example, spend a week in a farmhouse on the Welsh coast with Bristol-based Lou Archell (writer, creative consultant and founder of where alongside yoga and golden-hour photography you’ll learn the tricks of visual storytelling.

10 of the best women-only activity holidays

Demand for women-only breaks is growing. These activity trips include yoga, surfing, boot camps, and dog-sledding, from Kent to Kilimanjaro.

Sisterhood runs creative retreats, workshops and suppers for women. The retreats, held at a forest camp on the outskirts of Cardigan, are designed to be relaxing breaks where participants can learn new skills, reconnect with nature and eat delicious food.

This month’s winter retreat is sold out but places are available on the summer retreat in June, which involves morning yoga, golden-hour photography (just after sunrise/just before sunset), foraging, fire pits, workshops and discussions. All meals are included and the glamping accommodation offers a choice of domes, cabins and cottages.


An afternoon with Sisterhood Camp

For the first London event, guests were treated to cups of coffee by Nespresso, an ikebana workshop and a three course lunch. The event was held at the Houzz 2018 pop-up in the heart of Soho. To mark the launch of Houzz’s online shop of home furnishings, they took over this Greek Street townhouse, redesigning it top to bottom. The entire experience was shoppable from their app, I found their lamps particularly hard to resist!

Once reaching the top floor we were greeted by Lou and the other lovely ladies working the event such as Lucy Franks and our very own Maria Bell. Before getting started on the ikebana workshop with Erin Trezise-Wallace, we chatted to each other over cups of coffee brewed by Nespresso.