Tag Archives: women

Fly Away Home

Like many, I’m fascinated by the lives of other people, how patterns weave themselves through the generations, how shared DNA links us to people we can never meet. How many times in our own lives have things happened and we’ve … Continue reading

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Book Review – Expat Women: Confessions, Andrea Martins and Victoria Hepworth

Before we start could I ask those who have arrived on this page under a misapprehension to please leave? This is not a blog to entice bored or jaded readers with thoughts of what expat women may or may not (usually … Continue reading

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So How Would You Define Success?

Why is it when I’m with a group of smart, confident and self-assured women I come home feeling like an inadequate underachiever? There is no logical reason to feel like this, they say and do nothing to belittle or deflate … Continue reading

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