About 6 or 7 months ago I stopped reading the paper on the commute to and from work. The endless stories of tragic lives and events was difficult to digest on a daily basis and beginning to stress me out. … Continue reading
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
So, the Tate was asking on FB this afternoon which artwork reminds you of your childhood… been thinking about this for the past few hours now… we had a large Renoir coffee book in our entrance hall all through my … Continue reading
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Naomi Wolf is asking today who today’s female role models are… difficult one, isn’t it?! There are some real shining stars at the moment… Hilary Clinton is growing on me for example… even women like Angelina Jolie and Victoria Beckham … Continue reading