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Nuturers AND executives?

SALTWATER EVERYDAY, MAY 14, 2015

In my day job, as a business consultant and manager, I had the privilege of working with many amazing, brilliant women. Women who, in my humble opinion, could be outstanding leaders in any organisation. I was also an activist within my workplace for diversity, inclusiveness, gender balance and reducing the unconscious bias that can occur in the workplace. One evening, we hosted a women in leadership networking event and heard two outstanding female executives speak about their experiences and their successes and how they achieved that, but it was a story a colleague shared during the discussion following that really caught my attention. <Read more>

Musings of a mother on mother’s day

SALTWATER EVERYDAY, MAY 10, 2015

Let go of your own agendas; your own need for kudos. You’re the adult and they’re the kid. Find your thankyou’s and congratulations for being a great mentor elsewhere.”  – mindful.org

It’s Mother’s Day here in Australia, and like lots of the celebrations of our society that have a ton of expectation associated with them (Birthday’s and Christmas spring to mind) I’m not a fan.  <Read more>

The Accident

SALTWATER EVERYDAY, APRIL 20, 2015

I can smell it still, before my eyes are even open. That distinctive, rusty, smell of blood and it brings it all flooding back. I open my eyes a crack and feel for the phone on the floor next to the couch. I bring my hand up to my face and sniff, even though I know it’s just in my head. I washed all of the blood off last night. <Read more>

 

 

The Ride

SALTWATER EVERYDAY, APRIL 4, 2015

I run my hand over the sleek black faring, my eyes raking the smooth curve of the wind shield, back over the streamlined tank and narrow seat that I know fits my body perfectly, to the tidy, tight rear end. This is one sexy bike. I remember the first time I saw her, 8 years ago now, the day I bought her brand new off the showroom floor.  <Read more>

Life is Short

SALTWATER EVERYDAY, APRIL 3, 2015

I wonder sometimes, if my father had made it home safely that fateful Saturday night, had got up the next morning, mowed the lawn, played with my brother and I, taken his dog for a walk, done his Sunday odd-jobs and gone to work on Monday – if I would be different today.  <Read more>