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Whenever I learn of something happening, I apply several ‘filters’ to determine how it can potentially affect us.
Most of my BLOGS reflect those ‘filters’. Oftentimes, my opinion can change so if you have feedback I would love to hear from you.
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This time last year whilst many of us in Australia at least was coming out of ‘hard lockdown’, I had hope in my heart that the future wouldn’t be changing to one that had regular ‘lockdowns’.
The reality of relationship breakups is that if we are truly honest with ourselves….we did ‘see it coming’.
As I sat down to write my contribution to the discussion on why The Voice of Indigenous & Torres Strait Islanders needs to be enshrined into the Australian Constitution, the word ‘reconciliation’ came into my head.
Sex, Lies and Question Time is a book that unveils the life of a woman in politics. Exploring what other female politicians have experienced, Kate expertly shines the light on all of it – the good, bad, ugly and downright disgusting.
Guess What? 2021 isn’t the 1st year that women have been calling out for gender equality, gender equity and respect in the home and workplace.
With more of the deflections and distractions occurring in Canberra this week, over 430,000 Australians living with a disability and their carers are about to start having to justify their worth yet again to the Australian Government for support
Sexual assault, gaslighting, corruption, & disrespect are often an Authors main ingredient for their latest Crime Book.
I ‘blinked’ and almost missed it! It was early morning in the middle of February 2021 when, as I was walking passed the television, I heard a breakfast announcer state that the Australian Government had just passed the Bill to abolish the Family Law Court and merge it with the Federal Circuit Court of Australia.
I thought it was only recently that I had been increasing my thoughts about women rising up and being part of the actual change so desperately needed in our global community.
Did you know? – Back in the Mayan Times in history, Cocoa Bean was used as a form of currency as it was thought to be worth more than Gold Dust? That’s a big, fat YES! From me!
In a recent survey of women over 50 in particular, we discovered some really diverse ways to Volunteer.
On New Year’s Day 2020, like many people, I wasn’t filled with as much enthusiasm as usual for the coming year (and no….it wasn’t due to an over indulgence of some yummy French Champagne – thanks for asking!