Tag: Open Conversation

Why We Should Have More Open Conversations About Gender Identity

๐Ÿณ๏ธโ€๐ŸŒˆ International Transgender Day of Visbility ๐Ÿ’™ So today (31 March) is a day dedicated to celebrating the wonderful lives of transgender and non-binary people and raising awareness of the prejudice many people in this community face worldwide. ๐Ÿ’“ NHS England estimates 1 in every 4,000 people suffer from gender dysphoria. โšช It’s something I’m increasingly […]


Shielding, Self-Employment & Self-Acceptance

It’s been 1 year since my anxiety attack, 1 year since lockdown and 1 year on and off shielding and I’m doing okay. Reflecting on 12 months of lockdown, here’s my story on shielding as a young self-employed woman & why we need to look after our mental healthโ€ฆ Shielding as a Young Woman with […]


What Does it Mean to be an Empowered Woman?

To celebrate International Women’s Day, I invite you to think about what being empowered means to you. I’ve shared some heartfelt words on what it means to me… Recently I’ve been feeling moments of self-doubt about my worth, value, and abilities and somewhat feeling overwhelmed or lost and that’s mainly been from spending too much […]


๐Ÿ–ค Why We Should Have More Open Conversations About Race

How have you been feeling? This past week Iโ€™ve felt a heavy heart; you may have been feeling the same way too. As much as my message recently has been spreading the joy, especially as we continue to remain physically distanced from one another, today I want to share something a little different with you, […]

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