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We have forgotten how to be women. To fit into today's male-dominated work paradigm, we have moulded ourselves into 'alpha she-males' who compete when men instead of utilizing our own unique skills and gifts. This blog explores what it means to me a woman, in our truest nature, and everything we has to offer in the workplace.

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At Work • May 18, 2017

Boldly asking for what you deserve

In my entire lifetime, I cannot say I've had a female role model that boldly asked for what she deserved in any situation - be it love, life or career. However, role models of those who have settled for less are more than I can count. I internalized that to be liked, a most important state, that…


At Work,In You • March 17, 2017

The Ripple Effect | How do we progress as a gender?

With the celebration of Women’s day, I find it necessary to reflect on how far women have come to accurately perceive how far it is we have to go. According to the 2016 Fortune 500 list, women hold only 4.2% of CEO positions in America’s 500 biggest companies (which is a drop from the previ…


At Home,At Work,In You • March 1, 2016

We’re back – bigger, stronger and more ambitious.

So much has happened since I started this venture. I've been through life changing experiences and although soul crushing at the time, they only proved to be a vessel to further my own growth. I have had a baby since then - second child, first girl - who is such a reflection of me that I now know wh…


At Home,At Work • December 1, 2014

The Day I said ‘No’ to Martyrdom

Give, give, give. Kids, work, partner, family, friends, dog, society’s demands. Then give a little more. To the point you’re so shattered at the end of the day, there’s nothing left but the deep feeling of where-the-hell-is-my-bed. And where can you find ‘ME’ in all of this? Somewhere…


At Work • September 9, 2014

Celebrating the Feminine

It’s often been said that behind every successful man is a woman. Better yet, behind every successful woman is herself. Regretfully, both statements glide over how much a woman really does and brings to the table. In order to truly celebrate the feminine, we first need to understand it. She has t…