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
When Joe Biden told the USA in his inauguration speech that “unity is the path forward” I saw a Tweet from a woman who said “I don’t want to unite with fascists”. I understood her sentiment. Continue reading Book review: Talking to Strangers, by Malcolm Gladwell
While everyone is sharing their Spotify stats for 2020, I thought I’d offer you the gift of my top five podcast episodes of the year. Continue reading My top 5 podcasts of 2020
We all crave to understand and be understood. Join me this month to read ‘You’re Not Listening’ to find out how to do it better. Continue reading February Book Club: A manual for better communication
Jane is a three-dimensional character with complex emotions and choices to make. Rory is flailing, lacking in common sense and – to be blunt – not a good person. Continue reading Why Jane the Virgin is the Rory Gilmore we all deserve in 2018
For my whole life I’ve been surrounded by male dominated box office hits. Films starring, and often also directed, produced and written by men. James Bond, Harry Potter, Jason Bourne, superhero films, and even Toy Story. When I think of the women in these films, they’re usually the pretty love interest – or lust interest, let’s be honest – or the supporting character.