May
31

2017
The body language of Mr and Mrs Trump

There is a new circulation of articles recently exploring the body language of Mr and Mrs Trump. I don’t care and neither should you, nor should these findings be much of a surprise. From his actions and behaviours in years gone past, are we surprised he is not husband of the year? There is no fake news in that. A picture says a thousand words (and so does a tape recording), but you don’t need to be a body language expert to see that. Melania and Donald, even though they are America’s first couple, are a representation of a norm that’s very common and not so new, trading looks for money (although there’s is more obvious than others). Spending the week in LA, I was able to see what happens in most other metropolitan areas, however here it’s magnified. Most men were admitting to me that this is what women…

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May
31

2017
Everyone woman struggles at some point with body confidence

Everyone woman struggles at some point with body confidence. Rather than seeing it as such an issue, I think we might be better off seeing it as a norm. I know some of the most beautiful people who have their bad periods. Everyone goes through it, just some more than others. I have been open in the past about my own body battles and my love/hate relationship with my body and health. But there is a new issue I’m seeing amongst woman these days – the pressure too be sexy and the criticism of crossing that invisible line. It’s a bit of a catch 22. There is more pressure these days to flaunt flesh, have that sexy pout, those sexy lashes, sexy hair and a sexy booty. Sexy is the new beautiful. Where we once worshiped princess like female role models and wanted to emulated them, it’s now a Kardashian…

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May
30

2017
‘Single But Dating’ Excerpt: I’m Single. So Sue Me!

This is an excerpt from the book ‘Single But Dating’ Being single is a part of everyone’s journey at some point and it is a shame that we aren’t taught how to really enjoy those stretches of our lives. There are 126 million single people in the US, and the average age at which women marry recently jumped by five years after remaining unchanged for over a century. A 2013 study from the National Center for Family & Marriage Research found that the marriage rate was the lowest it had been in over a century. Women are living the SBD stretches of life for longer than ever before, but we aren’t given enough tools or support to help us successfully navigate these periods. There are tons of books about how to land a guy and books about why statistics are not in your favor to do so, but there isn’t…

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May
27

2017
Should I stop flying airlines who don’t support marriage equality?

Recently Margaret Court said she would stop flying on Qantas due to it’s support of marriage equality. Everyone has a choice and has the right to make a choice, but this is not a choice, this is using her status and the media to bully an airline based on her own opinion. So what if one person does not want to fly Qantas. I’m sure Qantas doesn’t mind, there are plenty of people who still do. Shouldn’t we be basing our decisions of who to fly with based on performance and service not, political views? I know people who don’t support various brands and businesses for various reasons. I also know people who don’t exactly support marriage equality and that is their choice, but they don’t try and enforce others to think the same. But why dose Margaret have to come out with this in the West Australian Newspaper? It’s…

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