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Australia and Racism

  I recently attended a stimulating workshop by two beautiful women; I was left pondering upon some questions and valuable insights about compassion, education and human rights. These women passionately told us the powerful story of their great-grandfather, William Cooper.   William Cooper was an Australian aboriginal activist, who fought for the rights of his […] Read more…

Email Etiquette

Email has changed the way we communicate but one of today’s biggest and most often overlooked problems with email is poor email etiquette and writing skills.  Many organisations and office managers not paying enough attention to this detail and the reputation of the whole organisation can suffer.  How you and your team present yourselves when […] Read more…

Using Negativity for Growth

Time and time again people have heard,the somewhat distasteful truth, that it is healthy to experience certain uncomfortable and negative emotions. It is part of the life package and the phase usually, passes. While this information and insight may be accurate, have you wondered about how to channel these feelings and emotions and use them […] Read more…

Jodie’s Journey

Our latest beautiful ‘Woman of Soul’ is Jodie Guerrero who describes her own incredible story.   As I sat on my hospital bed and looked out over the city – my last week of whirlwind medical tests, scans and poking (by doctors), was fresh in my mind. Tears rolled down my cheeks on a regular […] Read more…

Begin to activate your abundance frequency with 10 simple steps.

  We spoke last month about the amazing Reticular Activating System.  If you missed it here is the link. ‘How changing your brain changes your life’    http://pinkskymagazine.com/2016/07/01/how-changing-your-brain-changes-your life/        Today I want to help you push past Lack, Scarcity, and Hardship. EVERYTHING in our world is energy and the frequency at which it vibrates. The […] Read more…

A Search for Meaning

    Vicky Jones is a transformational coach, mentor, speaker & mother to 8-year-old daughter Aria. Born & Bred in Wales, UK, she graduated from Oxford Brookes University, England, UK in 2000 & now lives in Sydney after falling in love with the Australian way of life over 20 years ago. Vicky now shares her […] Read more…

Success

  August 10, 2012, is burned indelibly in my mind. It would change the course of my life. It was a sunny Friday evening. My family and I were together for the first time in nearly eight years.My sister, her spouse and the children. We were so excited to spend the evening together but not […] Read more…

Does Size Really Matter?

  We all come in different shapes and sizes; women especially are always in a constant battle with their size and figures. What makes it even more difficult is that these days it has become normal to people to body shame others, or even worse, women body shaming each other.   I am an avid […] Read more…

The Pen Is Mightier Than The Sword

 Every time a child in a classroom, engages in the topic at hand, answers questions understands a concept, reads a paragraph or verbalises his/her thoughts, my heart swells with a gush of emotions, with pride and joy predominating. This minute is a qualitative moment of interaction that fills me with hope for this individual’s future […] Read more…

Pondering Kirsten

  I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Kirsten MacDonald. Upon learning her story, I felt I had to talk with her. I had to know how someone who has a second and possibly lethal aneurysm manages to not only continue but also manages to thrive. Of course, Kirsten’s story is ours in some […] Read more…

Sexual assault month – April

1 in 5 women aged 16-59 have experienced some form of sexual violence since the age of 16, yet only 15% of those report it to the police. Many women decide not to report sexual assault because of many reasons; victim blaming, not wanting the family to know, lack of evidence, fear of the justice […] Read more…

Endometriosis: The silent sufferers

‘I was in constant pain and couldn’t function and my fears were confirmed, I was diagnosed with endometriosis’ says Claire Nicholls. These are words that many women can relate to; in fact 176 million women worldwide suffer from endometriosis according to the Guardian. Endometriosis is a condition where the tissue which is similar to the […] Read more…

Being emotional is not weakness

Someone once said to me, in a somewhat scathing tone that I was “really emotional for such a rational person”. I was told that I shouldn’t be as emotional as I was, that it was a sign of weakness and failure and that I should “man up” and stop shaming my gender by conforming to […] Read more…

Inside the world of forced female labour

The dreaded 9-5. A grey Monday morning, raining and miserable contemplating whether we should just hide back under the duvet, fortunately we do have that choice where as many others don’t. The many others that I refer to are our female counterparts who are forced to work as domestic workers in foreign countries. They don’t […] Read more…

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