“I’ve embraced cloth diapers” is something I never thought I’d say. Part of it was pride, part of it was convenience. Cloth nappies weren’t cool in my mind. And they are such a mess and a pain! Right? Wrong! Sofi Chabowski of Eggs & Soldiers is an oracle when it comes to living a more natural way –
Summer gives me the space I need to get my head in order after a hectic few months! I had plans at the start of the year to read a book a month, that fell by the wayside, and now we’ve moved house, and I’ve been back on the radio for a few months (check out some BTS on Instagram) I feel like I’m on top of things!
Happy Mothers Day! The last 5 months have been a complete upheaval of life as we knew it. I’ve had deep dark moments I’d never want to revisit, inner strength revealed I never knew I had, the chance to see the world with a little bit more love and the long,
Happy International Women’s Day! I’ve had a few thoughts on where have been able to make progress empowering women. In particular in the workplace it’s focused solely on encouraging women to ‘Lean In’ to the boardroom table, without recognising what men can learn from women. I love my research, and one in gender studies known as the Athena Doctrine has highlighted a set of desirable traits for today’s business leaders that have been identified as feminine;
Is the world against you at the moment?
I feel that way with a bunch of unanswered emails and phone calls from clients waiting to kick things off, it’s far to easy to get frustrated and whinge about things. It’s great getting things off your chest, but that doesn’t actually solve things.
I have a friend who, on Valentine’s Day every year, treats herself to a manicure and a single red rose. Awesome, right! But, why?SELF LOVE!
I’ve turned the tables on things this year by organizing Valentines Day for my husband and I because regardless of your relationship status come February 14 (a day often reserved for couples),
Article first appeared in Entrepreneur Middle East
Networking is often done wrong. A combination of limp handshakes, rushed business cards being given over before you can register what the person’s name is, and then a rehearsed spiel of what their title is and the company they work for. It’s confusing; it’s impersonal and self-effacing.
Can you believe that in the early 1970’s, dentists were almost exclusively male in the United States. The U.S. had the lowest percentage of women dentists in the Western World. And figures weren’t that great elsewhere; roughly half of the dentists in Greece were women, about one-third in France, Denmark, Sweden,
What do you believe to be important in your business and life?
It might be easy to say friends and family, but how much time do you actually put into seeing them and how are you prioritizing them? Your personal values can be a huge source of happiness so what you do and the way you behave must align.
I was afraid of putting into words what my biggest challenge is at the moment, but after speaking with some amazing mothers this week, I’ve found I’m not the only one completely overwhelmed by things. Motherhood is tough. It’s a blessing, and there are so many highs, but oh so many lows.