Success is personal. Read what you wish, research how to be successful, then throw all of that out the window. Make your own checklist based on YOU.
John-Paul Flintoff: “We have an impact and we have the opportunity to do it more deliberately – to choose our impact. “
Peggy Orenstein: People say this is a book about Disney and a book about princesses, but it’s really so much more than that. What I really wanted to look at was the impact of the commercial culture on the sexualisation of girls and how that increases over time.
Once upon a time the library was a place of adventure but when we grew up the romance was lost in essay deadlines and stressed out students. Join me and begin your love affair with the library once more.
Have you ever read a book that makes you cherish swallowing one sip of water? When I Was Young and In My Prime will do that.
Many of us honour the inspiring women (and men) worldwide who make us proud to be alive. I choose to honour my mum. Here’s why…
Literacy is a huge part of who I am. I’ve personally taken my ability to read and write for granted – it’s a gift I’ve never had to experience life without.
“We need to allow ourselves to be open to the impact of others if we are to impact upon them,” Perry writes. This has become one of my favourite quotes from “How to Stay Sane.”
Asparagus is most delicious when thin and crisp. The antioxidant, rich vegetable can be cooked in so many ways but here’s our favourite asparagus recipe… It takes less than 20 minutes to prepare and bake and goes perfectly as a side for any meal!
In time, my blog became a personal diary of my journey through university, until I eventually wanted to move on to more professional things.