Hi, I’m Mim! I’m a planning-obsessed, Award-Winning Online Business Owner, Author and 5-Star Planner Sticker Seller.
I help new sticker makers create planner stickers from scratch that stand out and sell … even if you’ve never made a sticker before!

TPP #49 – Honouring Eva Lewis

Welcome to Episode #49 of The Planner Podcast.

My friend, Eva Lewis, passed away this weekend and in this episode, I honour her friendship, her support, her bravery and advocacy for women’s health and mental health.

You can find out more about Eva here:

Thank you for listening x

Eva Lewis

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2 Comments

  1. Jo@JoSimplyWill
    / 5:35 pm

    Hello Mim,
    I am so sorry to hear this news. I just came across a couple of emails between Eva and I, checked her website to see there had been nothing posted since May, and then discovered your podcast. There are no dates on your posts, and I’m guessing this happened mid-2022?? Thank you for your beautiful tribute to Eva.

    • / 6:14 pm

      Thank you Jo and yes x

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