Category Archives: Work

International Day for Rural Women

15th October is the International Day for Rural Women. Did you know… • Women produce 50% of the world’s food, but only own 1% of the land. • Rural women comprise more than one quarter of the total world population. … Continue reading

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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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Get up, Create, Break Out

I think it’s great to have a book that is good enough to pass on to a friend, that’s a must-read. It’s even better, when it’s a book that not only will they enjoy, but will add value to their … Continue reading

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Making a life or a living

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Get Up!

Up and at ’em!

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Still moving…

The other day, I shared with you about speaking at the Celebration of Black History and Culture, on the evening after the announcement of the death of Nelson Mandela. Here’s the speech… I started off by calling Ameley Kwei-Armah, Emmanuel … Continue reading

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Keep on Moving

The date was set. It had been in my diary and on the kitchen calendar for months. I was asked to speak about black achievement and, although it wasn’t actually Black History Month in December, the topic I was to … Continue reading

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