autobiography

14th March 2017
Life Can Be This Simple Or The day I bid farewell to my smart phone premium
‘Mummy, how do you spell water?’ my four-year-old asks me over breakfast. Next to her sits my one-year-old in her high chair, patiently waiting for her next spoonful of porridge which I’m holding. ‘Mummy? Mummy! Mummy! Mummy! How do you spell water?’ my oldest asks me again, her voice a few octaves higher this time […]
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16th June 2016
Labour induction: where do I sign? premium
Twice now I’ve gone through this thing called labour. And my two experiences couldn’t be any more different. Once I went into labour completely naturally and once my labour was induced upon the recommendation of the medical team. So, here’s a controversial statement for you: I’d take induced labour any day, yes any day, over […]
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8th June 2016
Please Vote IN premium
Please allow me to use this platform to give you my plea to vote to remain in the EU on the 23rd of June. This cause is so close to my heart that I feel the need to reach out to you. I believe that there are many valid financial, economical and legal reasons to […]
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1st March 2016
Coming Through Breast Cancer premium
Recently I’ve had the pleasure of meeting Nicola Sellars, author, poet, creative writing teacher and breast cancer survivor. Nicola is a remarkable woman and right up there on our WomenWow amazing women list! Nicola does not only feel that her struggle with and ultimate survival of breast cancer has made her a more fulfilled woman, […]
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26th February 2016
8 things I wish someone had told me about breast cancer premium
My animated, heartfelt and candid interview with author and breast cancer survivor Nicola Sellars resulted in this article which all women who want to know more about breast cancer should read. It’s honest, informative and uplifting at the same time. This piece was published on the website NetDoctor which is one of the largest health websites […]
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13th February 2016
The Forgotten Women of World War 2 premium
My mother was born in Indonesia where she spent her early childhood in a Japanese internment camp during World War 2. This is the story of her return to her roots after 60+ years which was published in Your Family Tree  which is a British magazine with international reach devoted to genealogy and family history subjects. The […]
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13th February 2016
What it Feels Like to Have a Late-Term Miscarriage premium
Read here about a women’s health issue that is still largely taboo: miscarriage, in this case late miscarriage which is not very well publicised yet should be. How do women cope with this loss, physically and mentally? This piece was published on the website NetDoctor which is one of the largest health websites in the UK […]
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