Guest Post – Attention is the Rarest and Purest Form of Generosity

Thank you to my beautiful guest for contributing this post. Leave a comment for her below and show your support for her lovely post. We are all trying to strike a balance between reclaiming ourselves/doing things for ourselves and remaining connected with the friends, families and contacts in our lives. ** “Attention is the rarestContinue reading “Guest Post – Attention is the Rarest and Purest Form of Generosity”

Aya Kamikawa

I love Japan, but there are challenges to the society and the culture that must be spoken about. Just like Australia. Just like America. We can’t stay silent on what is uncomfortable, because otherwise those who are held back from achieving their goals because they are different will never get a chance. ** There areContinue reading “Aya Kamikawa”

Weekend Read: How do we stop inviting the trauma in?

This is not an anti-social media post. This is a PRO-self investment post! Get on the comment feed and tell me what you do to reengage with the world and reconnect with yourself – I can’t wait to hear from you! Happy reading! ** [If I asked you “what brings you joy?” what would youContinue reading “Weekend Read: How do we stop inviting the trauma in?”

Kiran Bedi

Let’s dive straight into Kiran Bedi – the first woman to join the Indian police force. Here is a quick summary of Kiran’s life: Kiran was one of four daughters. Growing up, her father disobeyed traditional expectation and educated all four daughters. She has an undergraduate degree in English, a master’s degree in political science,Continue reading “Kiran Bedi”

Guest Post – An Open Letter: Why we are more powerful than the problems we face.

Thank you to my beautiful friend for writing this entry. You are a kind, clever and inspirational human and the things we are going to achieve knows no bounds. ** An open letter to the change-makers, to the hopeful souls and to the perpetually afraid. Dear human, I guess it’s about time we came clean.Continue reading “Guest Post – An Open Letter: Why we are more powerful than the problems we face.”

Karen Dolva

I love hearing about entrepreneurs and how people have taken a simple concept or a “gap” in their market to achieve fabulous things. Please leave me a comment if you have a link to a start up or fabulous individual making positive waves in their community through their clever thinking and proactive attitude! Happy reading!Continue reading “Karen Dolva”

Sister Ellen Savage

I know so many selfless, helpful, kind, and generous people. They work as social workers, psychologists, doctors, emergency services personnel, policy writers, carers – the list goes on. I love all of these people and try to emulate their unwavering efforts to help others in my own work and daily life. The nurses I haveContinue reading “Sister Ellen Savage”

Martha Abari Bartholomew

It has taken nearly 10 years but I am slowly coming to realise that it truly is small business, entrepreneurs, social activists and industry experts with business and marketing savvy who possess the greatest ability to ‘agitate’ for the change they desire. Martha Abari Bartholomew is a South Sudanese entrepreneur and I will use herContinue reading “Martha Abari Bartholomew”

Henrietta Swan Leavitt

This week we are swinging all the way back to the 1860’s to meet Henrietta Swan Leavitt – an American astronomer ‘known for her discovery of the relationship between period and luminosity in Cepheid variables, pulsating stars that vary regularly in brightness in periods ranging from a few days to several months’ (source). … IfContinue reading “Henrietta Swan Leavitt”

Sadia Khatri

It’s time to meet Sadia Khatri! Sadia is pushing against the entrenched problems of sexual violence in Pakistan through her initiative ‘Girls of Dhabas‘. To quote directly from their Facebook page: ‘Girls at Dhabas is an open community of women and non-binary folks who wish to occupy public spaces on their own terms and whims,Continue reading “Sadia Khatri”

Bonus post: International Women’s Day

Happy International Women’s Day 2018! This is a quick shout out to all of the fabulous women in my life and to express my gratitude to each and every one of them. In my immediate family I have women who I absolutely adore. Firstly, how lucky am I? Secondly, these women have shown me thatContinue reading “Bonus post: International Women’s Day”