Monthly Archives: September 2014

For what it’s worth

When you find a good hairdresser, stick with them and treasure them like gold. I met Eva, my hairdresser when I was three months pregnant with my second child. Every few weeks I send an S.O.S type text requesting a … Continue reading

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Love yourself

Phoebe came home with these paintings a couple of months ago. Some might look at these and say ‘such confidence’ or ‘that’s a bit egotistical? I’m delighted that my six year old already knows the importance of loving herself (some … Continue reading

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Dream Big

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Always leave on good terms

My mother used to say: “when you leave a job, always leave on good terms; you never know who or what is around the corner”. When I finally took the plunge to give up my day job and develop my … Continue reading

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We need more women in engineering

Today’s Guest Blogger is from Phil Crawley, a Broadcast Engineer. He is passionate about young women seeing engineering as a career option. It’s no secret that most young women who go down the science route tend to opt for biology, … Continue reading

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Tight squeeze

Ladies, whether we like it or not, the weather is changing. This means there will come a time when bare legs won’t cut it. I was invited to speak at an event last year, around this time. I did my … Continue reading

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