How a bridge of hope united a city
Reading Time: 5 minutes In the1930s, families in Sydney, Australia suffered like most worldwide. But one thing gave hope to hundreds if not thousands of Sydneysiders. It was the building of The Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Fierce, focused women still fighting.
Reading Time: 4 minutes In celebration of International Women’s Day, we need to be fierce and focused as a united team of female warriors. We need to be kind to other women first. No bitching, please! Kindness matters.
Does Life Sometimes Feel like Groundhog Day?
Reading Time: 3 minutes Do you wish you could have a Groundhog Day? Wouldn’t it be nice if we could have some days we could replay, so we could get it right? Or would it?
Was it women and children first?
Reading Time: 6 minutes As panic rose about the fate of the damaged Titanic, crew started to load the lifeboats whilst maintaining the creed of ‘Women and children first.’ But of those saved only 53% were women or children. What went wrong?
Dodging Life’s Bullets and the occasional iceberg.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Our journey through life is like navigating a mine field without a map warning us where the dangers are. But if we are aware that the ‘best laid plans of mice and men can often go astray’ we can stay focused and positive.
Why is it called Valentine’s Day?
Reading Time: 4 minutes Who was Valentine and why is February 14th called Valentine’s Day? Good question for all those who rush off to buy cards and chocolates in celebration of this annual day of ‘love and lovers.’ Stay tuned, I’ll try to unpack a few facts to enlighten you.