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March 6, 2019

The 2019 International Women’s Day (IWD) theme is Better the Balance, Better the world #BalanceforBetter. According to the IWD organisers “the race is on for gender-balanced boardrooms, a gender-balanced government, gender-balanced media coverage, a gender balance of employees, a more gender-balance in wealth etc.” With gender-balance being the essential component for economies & communities to thrive. 

Before I began my fervent race to join the gender-balan...

February 2, 2015

I recently read a fantastic blog article written by Kate Burns, on one of my favourite blog sites - Women in Livingness. I love what Kate shares about raising girls and supporting them to know their true beauty. Every which way we turn, there are images of women and messages that measure a woman's value and worth on appearance and achievements. Kate asks about the role models we have today for our young girls...and sadly, there are very few women who are li...

July 6, 2014

Today, Mia Freedman from Mamamia, wrote about young girl on The Voice Kids, who was understandably in tears after not getting voted by the judges after her performance. You can check out the article here. Mia uses the word 'resilience' in her article...and here's what I have to say about that...

Resilience is an interesting word and one that I have to say, I don't like to use. This is one definition - 'the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; tough...

May 10, 2014

Here we have 2 modalities that may seem to be similar from the outside, however, are very different when we take a closer look.

Both Acupuncture and Chakra-puncture use needles to penetrate the skin. Acupuncturists use needles to insert quite deep into the skin and then the needle is manipulated. Whereas with Chakra-puncture, a very fine Japanese needle is used and is lightly tapped to penetrate only 0.3mm. So as you can see, these modalities are very differ...

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