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Whose Love Child Are You?

Posted on October 30th, 2018 by

Have you ever played the Who’s Love Child Are You game? Read on to find out a bit more. Which two women would you merge to find your very best version of you? Or you can choose a man if you want. Mine came out as two women, obviously, but than I am aiming very, very high! It’s a bit of a laugh but it does have a serious side, too.

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A *Paean of Praise to Caitlin Moran – How to Be Famous

Posted on October 22nd, 2018 by

Has Caitlin Moran written a book that will go down as a great piece of feminist literature? Who knows? I think so. I think it’s a witty, laugh out loud, tear inducing novel of our time and that it should be compulsory reading in all schools. It is an explanation and a rebuttal for #MeToo. It is simply glorious. How to Be Famous, read it.

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Is This The Best Job Description Ever?

Posted on August 14th, 2018 by

Avivah Wittenberg-Cox and I follow each other on Twitter. I am a long time fan of this woman who champions gender equality across the globe and heads up a very successful business helping other companies benefit from being gender balanced. So when she was advertising for new jobs I couldn’t resist looking and what I read amazed me. Best Job Description ever? What do you think?

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Does a B+ Make You Drop Out? Plus, Films for women (or not)

Posted on May 9th, 2018 by

How confidant are you feeling today? I use ‘today’ advisedly because confidence is not something static; it’s mercurial. Some days we are fully of it, others, not so much… Lack of confidence is frequently offered as a reason why women don’t progress into senior management. Hmm, Quite possibly along with unconscious bias, and very conscious bias!

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Women Scientists’ Voices are Being ‘Drowned Out’

Posted on April 27th, 2018 by

Yet another piece of research highlighting how the odds are stacked against women in the world of work. This time it’s female scientists who are far less likely to get a fair crack of the whip at conferences, which in turn, affects their careers. It’s time to change and to loudly challenge that unconscious bias. Channel Millicent!

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The End of the Affair… ?

Posted on March 27th, 2018 by

While it’s comforting and reassuring to have your view and lifestyle choices approved by others is it actually good for us? How often do you listen to people who challenge you, who question your cherished views? And has Facebook passed its sell by date? Oh, and my views on Germaine Greer. Plus, check out the early booking of RenewYou offer!

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