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Elizabeth Cady Stanton: So much more than the vote

As was common in the nineteenth century, Elizabeth Cady Stanton was raised in an extremely large family by today’s standards. She was the eighth of eleven children, however several were lost to either birth complications or the rigours of life at the time. Stanton was indoctrinated into the ways of the law, and how it […]

How to be stress-free by Charlotte Watts

Insurmountable workload, family pressures, addictive social media, health concerns – feeling exhausted? You’re not alone, but Charlotte Watts believes there is a way to ditch our stress, and it starts within ourselves Many of us, particularly women, are our own worst critics. In a world where perfection is dangled before us in every sphere of […]

Sisters do it for themselves by Lynn Kitchen

The world of business for women isn’t a fair one.  Lynn Kitchen, one of the Four Dames, is creating a space for women to thrive in business It was a lovely summer’s day on the deck of the Queen Mary in Los Angeles harbour where the Four Dames were hosting a day-long seminar for businesswomen in […]

What does it take to be a dating expert? An interview with Kezia Noble

  Part of being the best you can be is focusing on what it takes to get there. We’re continuing the “What does it take…?” column, which looks at this aspect of being the best. This month, we’re chatting with celebrity dating expert Kezia Noble.   How do you become a celebrity dating expert? In […]

Park Geun-Hye: A Tradition All Her Own

  “I will end the history of division and conflict through reconciliation and fairness.”   At first glance, following in the footsteps of one’s father would hardly seem to be something entirely out of the ordinary. However, Park Geun-Hye’s father was the President of South Korea, and she is the country’s first-ever female president. Born […]

Catherine the Great – Empress of the People

  The life and rise of Catherine the First of Russia is an improbable tale of a peasant who walked the path to prominence. As a child, Catherine’s parents were both lost to the plague, and, at three years of age, she was adopted by an aunt in Latvia. She was mostly raised by a […]

Who Are You? And Are You Being Authentic? – by Ali Campbell

  Ali Campbell gives advice to men who don’t know how to “be themselves” with women… Who are you? Just take a minute right now to think about something that I will bet you have never considered before. Who are you in a relationship? What ‘type’ of guy are you? Now before you go looking […]

The One Thing Women Really Want In A Man by Ali Campbell

  If you, like me, have always found dating to be a bit of a mine field, always wondered what ‘she’ sees in ‘him’ and where you’re going wrong then what I learned while researching MORE than just SEX will be as much of a revelation to you as it was to me.   Turns […]

Men, You Can Be As Emotionally Intelligent As Women – by Matt Wingett

When there are voices all around you telling you you can’t do something, writes Matthew Wingett. Consider the London cabbie for inspiration!. As a young man I grew up through the 1970s and 1980s with a whole load of unhelpful statistics thrown at me. Men, I was told, are less able to communicate than women […]