Queuing is a bit of a British past-time. We're very good at it, just as we are at apologising when someone else stands on our toe. So when it comes to queuing anywhere other than Britain and I witness the unspoken laws of queuing being broken as a cheeky bastard pushes in I get some … Continue reading Very British Problems: Queuing with a Susan
Meet Josie and Isabelle - These two inspirations are the Founders of The Monthly Co.; a social enterprise so brilliant that when you buy your box of tampons from The Monthly Co., which are 100% organic and don't pollute your body with chemicals during your period like some of our commonly known brands do, they give a box to … Continue reading The Girls Pulling Out All The Strings
Here I am after my first bikini wax just minding my own business when BOOM I realise that it's all grown back with a vengeance as if by magic over night 4 weeks later. At this point, looking down, I came to understand that I was now trapped in a catch-22 of bush waxing; shaving no longer made the cut. Here's how it works - they wax it … Continue reading Mores des Pubes: Part II
“If you don’t mind me asking, Chloe, how much are they paying you?” asked the woman I was replacing, as we sat in a cubicle constructed by short, clinical office dividers that seperated the very divided departments. These dividers would later become the perfect perch for my senior colleagues eyes to peer over and prowl on one’s ass. “Ah, yes,” … Continue reading On My First Day in Prison
As the #IWD2017 leaders tell us: Each one of us - with women, men and non-binary people joining forces - can be a leader within our own spheres of influence by taking bold pragmatic action to accelerate gender parity. Through purposeful collaboration, we can help women advance and unleash the limitless potential offered to economies … Continue reading Why do we have International Women’s Day?