There’s nothing like a wake-up call to land you back on your feet after a stint of self-doubt and self-diagnosed ‘imposters syndrome’ – am I really good enough at what I do?… And who’s watching anyway? Continue reading
“When we talk about feminism and women’s rights, we’re actually addressing men…” Malala Yousafzai shared on the platform of the World Economic Forum in the Swiss town of Davos. Continue reading
No holding back: I make the first move for freshly baked pizza!
A few months ago I organised a workshop wearing one of my other hats, Diversity Matters! The event had a ‘skills share’ collaborative approach themed on addressing race equality agendas in the workplace, attended by those passionate about seeing diverse representation. Continue reading
It’s not very often it happens, but when it does – I stick to my intuition…
When I met Sardinian-born Italian pianist Fabio Tedde earlier this week at a bloggers event in central London, after sharing with what he does for a living and the fact that he’s played over 750 street pianos across the world (including Africa, American and Europe) – I knew there was something special about him! Continue reading
History has been made in Saudi Arabia today as women are allowed to cast their vote and put themselves forward as candidates in the local elections for the first time. Continue reading