Blogging Challenge Roundup on posts about women
March is International Women’s Month when we run a Blogging Challenge. Here are some posts written in previous years and we encourage you to join us on 7th and 8th March this year for our International Women’s Day blogging challenge. It should help you write a post related to women that you might not otherwise write.
Alice, Jean & Ute
Is Equality the same as Fairness?
I’ve been a Family lawyer since 1995. I deal with clients who are getting divorced and need help with the legal processes surrounding the separation, finances and children issues.
Think the glass ceiling’s as bad as it gets for business women? Try being old!
A few days ago, a statistic circulated on Twitter that some people greeted with great excitement. According to Prowess 2.0* just over half of all self-employed people are women – evidence that women are overtaking men in entrepreneurship.
Depression and Me
It’s only depression. Snap out of it. You’ve still got two arms and two legs, you can still get about. It is best not to say anything. Why would you want to? People will think your mad! No, best to keep quiet.
50 Faces in 52 Weeks
Well done to anyone on the blogging challenge who found this week’s blog! Last week was my first attempt – a short story, which a few people read and commented on (thank you!) It was deliberately different to my usual posts because it was for 29th February, the ‘extra’ day and a chance to experiment with being someone different.
A personal perspective on International Women’s Day
Today is International Women’s Day. I suppose it is very telling of our time that we should have the need for a day to mark women’s achievements and where they are not treated in the same way as men.
Stupid Girl – Change Your Story Change Your Life
I caught myself reflecting and backtracking on my own personal transformation and journey to here. Knowing about mind set and how it impacts us, is an essential skill that I encourage everyone to master, whether you are a business owner, freelancer, executive or a stay at home mum.