I started my career in journalism and media relations where I learned the craft of writing for all types of media.
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New Zealand’s newly-elected Labour leader has been asked whether she intends to have children. Why are we still asking this question of working women?
My salary dropped by half and I couldn’t be happier 15 October, 2017: Published on Mamamia website I recently changed jobs resulting in a salary drop of more than 50 per cent, and I couldn’t be happier. It sounds like a stupid financial move and a backward career step, but it’s been one of the … Continue reading Mamamia
Are you planning your 2018 new year’s resolutions with grand plans of ditching bad habits and becoming a more awesome version of yourself?
And are you secretly hoping that, unlike every other new year’s resolution you’ve ever made, that this time you’ll stick to them, at least for longer than two weeks?
Shared Parenting – advice for separating parents about how to make shared parenting work.
Three Ways Mindfulness can lead to mind-blowing sex 8 May, 2017: Published on the Huffington Post website If you’re looking to put a bit more wow into your sex life, put down the Kama Sutra and download a mindfulness app instead. Mindfulness, the tool that helps us ease stress, lose weight and improve sleep, is … Continue reading Huffington Post
Why are we still defining women by how many children they have? 5 May, 2017: Published on the Women’s Agenda website Is it important to know how many children a professional woman has or whether she is in a relationship? Judging by the profiles of speakers at an upcoming real estate conference, this information seems … Continue reading Women’s Agenda
The pros and cons of a portfolio career
Sharing the children (shared parenting) Read the full story in Notebook Magazine.
What if Mother’s Day is more painful than joyful?