We are saying goodbye to our old home at The Labyrinth and moving to a larger, new home
Lockdown has been a struggle for all us in one way or another. Our guest blogger Jasmine Frost gives essential information on what domestic abuse is and how we can help each other.
Coach Marianna Forro finds ways to build her resilience and release the tensions inside. How does she do it? Inspired by the whispering women in her life she writes poetry. How do you build your resilience?
Maisie Tomlinson moved from Derbyshire to Windsor to chase her first marketing role, in 2018 after a self-funded CIM course and multiple voluntary marketing roles. Two years later she founded an online marketing community Plug and is sharing her motivation tips.
With covid and Brexit impacting on workers' mental health, this year's Work and Wellbeing Day, now being held online on Friday 16 October, focuses on the health and wellbeing of employers and employees.
Our latest blog comes from Nicola McCarthy who has spent the last 3 years as a peer support worker and Chair of the Galway Mental Health Forum. This involved liaising with the Irish National Health Service to campaign on mental health issues. She has some valuable words for us all when our mental health is being put under strain during this crisis
Our guest blogger is Marnie Middleton who has some insights to share on the term ‘elderly’ – and being elderly is not the end of life.
Our guest blog is from Dr Caroline Marlow of L&M Consulting Ltd. A Chartered Psychologist,she specialises in wellbeing and performance psychology. Caroline has some wise words about caring for ourselvesduring the covid-19 lockdown.
Our guest blogger is Trustee and coach Katie Day of RDP International Ltd. Her own experiences of the menopause helped shape her inspiring delivery of uniquely designed workshops for women and companies on the menopause.
We are living through momentous times, historic times. We know from our Heritage funded project that when historians look back, the lives of ‘ordinary’ women are often forgotten over time; they become invisible.
Our guest blog this week comes from Tania Long, one of our volunteers who also runs FantaSea Art with a Heart As someone with an underlying medical condition she started to self-isolate before the country went into lock-down. Here’s how she’s been occupying her time and you might find inspiration from her story.
The following article was written by one of our WayfinderWoman volunteers, Beth Neale. Beth is writing a regular business column for the Eastbourne Voice.
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