I never like leaving Etta and Artie (or Freddie) for too long, but thankfully all three would be flying out to join me in New York a day later.
The flight to Toronto gave me a great opportunity to read my briefing notes and get ahead on interview prep and once landed and at the hotel, I squeezed in a quick team briefing, ironed my shirt and headed to bed.
Monday was a day of firsts; it was the first time in a long time that I’ve got up and out of bed at 4.30am not for the children, the first time I’ve interviewed for four different breakfast shows in the space of two hours, and my first time speaking on a live TV show on my own.
The phrase ‘time flies when you’re having fun’ really couldn’t be more accurate – I met so many wonderful people throughout the day, and despite it being completely non-stop, loved every minute.
Huge thanks to everyone who tuned in to listen/watch our interviews, and for all the support on social media. Writing WEconomy was a labour of love but now it’s finished and we get to share it with you all, I feel very proud and very lucky to have such support from so many people.