Angela’s usual day started at 5am. Sometimes earlier.
As the owner of Flourish PR, if it was one of those “crazy promo weeks” she might have to accompany clients to as many as 20 media interviews in a day.
Often there was a show that night. As well as a post show event.
And 20 hours later, her day would finish.
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Angela remembers checking once how many hours she spent on her phone a day, between phone calls, emails and social media.
“It was just ridiculous,” she told Mamamia. “Something like 15 hours a day.”
At night, she didn’t sleep. Not really. She averaged about three or four hours a night, often waking to the pinging of her phone as international clients tried to reach her. If she didn’t make the effort to answer, it might be another 12 hours before they could be in contact again.
So she replied.
Sometimes it would be 2pm before she threw anything in her mouth. At 11am she’d think, “I’m busting to go to the toilet…” and three hours later realise she’d been too busy to go.
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