How Do You Measure Up to These Two Courageous Women? For All Survivors.

Posted on September 17th, 2019 by

Sarah Thomas is an extraordinary woman, and a huge record breaker. If you haven’t heard of her, read on. Melissa Blake is a woman who knows more than most what it’s like to be pilloried and trolled on social media. But is she bothered…? Well, a bit but not enough to be deterred. From two very different perspectives here are two extraordinary women of courage.


Inspirational Women Writer – Sarah Haywood

Posted on September 5th, 2019 by

Have you read The Cactus yet? If yes, you are in good company as Sarah Haywood’s debut novel has won many fans, and prizes. Read my interview with her here.


Women, why are we given urinals as a sop for gender equality?

Posted on August 27th, 2019 by

I will admit the link between loo provision and the Women’s Budget Group appears tenuous on the face of it but there is one, trust me. It is classic example of men thinking they are making decisions which are gender neutral when in fact they are reinforcing the status quo and sometimes making things worse. This is very true in the world of economics.


How Good Are You at Managing Stress? Turns out I’m rubbish

Posted on August 15th, 2019 by

How good are you at managing your stress? How are your stress levels right now? Do you manage stress quite well or are you currently reading this in a darkened room with a large glass of something to hand and handfuls of your hair on the floor? Circumstances have forced me to consider my own methods for dealing with stress (read on) and I’m really interested to hear your tips, too.


Inspirational Woman – Jeannette Hyde

Posted on April 11th, 2019 by

Meet nutritionist Jeannette Hyde and find out what role the Great Train Robber, Ronnie Biggs played in her career. Get some great nutritional tips, too. Plus, find out about the offer on my latest course for busy and stressed women. If you feel like like a ‘get away from it all’ day near Bath, this is for you.


100 First Women for International Women’s Day

Posted on March 8th, 2019 by

A wonderful opportunity to meet 100 women who were the first women ever to do…well, loads of things. Run the London Fire Brigade, be Speaker of the House of Commons, win the European Poker Title, or become the first woman in the world to manage a blast furnace. Meet the photographer Anita Corbin in interview and hear how and why she did it. Her exhibition is currently touring the UK.

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