I got my first Kindle for Christmas in 2010, and have used one ever since. I’m now on my third, after falling asleep with my head weighing firmly down on my first one, and scratching up the second. My third one also has a scratch, but that wasn’t the only prompt for me to start exploring ereaders beyond the Kindle. The first is that it … Continue reading Review: Kindle vs. Kobo
If you want to do something to make our society better for your friends and family, it is in your power to. Continue reading NZ’s parental leave system is set up to fail
It’s cute, chic, comfortable and has a swoosh-y fairy godmother feeling to it. Continue reading Pattern review: Myosotis Dress
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I sewed this pattern a year ago, before I was pregnant. When I was desperate for a baby and it wasn’t my time yet, it was helpful to feel like I was proactively doing something. Continue reading Pattern review: Maternity Bettine Dress
I recently saw a LinkedIn post by kiwi entrepreneur Sir Ray Avery. He announced he will no longer be attending black tie events that celebrate the top 20% while there is so much still to work on for the rest of society. I get it. Last night I had the privilege of attending the Women in Governance Awards, where New Zealand Trade and Enterprise was … Continue reading The uncomfortable truth about gender equality in leadership