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Leaning in…

How Far Do Women Have to Lean In? check out some thoughts on this debate at the Big Think here, provoked by Sheryl Sandberg’s new book Lean In : http://bigthink.com/big-think-tv/how-far-do-women-have-to-lean-in I like the iron triangle concept. Gender on the Agenda being hotly … Continue reading

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Secrets to happiness…

So, TED has curated a little playlist of talks on happiness… Fascinating stuff. All along the continuum between psychography and behaviour… Freedom. Choice. Power of smiling. Less stuff, more happiness. Habit of smiling. Going with the flow. Create aspirations… Check … Continue reading

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Speculum of the other woman: myself as object…

I go through phases of frequently changing my profile pic on Facebook. It’s a little odd even to me; partly a fascination with the ageing process but also curiosity about what being a woman is all about. I never looked … Continue reading

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