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September 2, 2020 | Tania Long
Mental Health & Self Stigma

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

Nicola McCarthy
August 18, 2020 | Guest Blogger
How lock-down is affecting the elderly – just a few notes from my armchair

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.

May 1, 2020 | Caroline Marlow
Is It OK To…?

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.

April 25, 2020 | Katie Day
The power of the menopause

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.

Katie Day
April 20, 2020 | Laura Murphy
Women in Lockdown: stories by and about women during Covid-19

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.

April 11, 2020 | Tania Long
Living in lock down

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.

March 12, 2020 | Beth Neal
Find your voice with WayFinder Woman

The following article was written by one of our WayfinderWoman volunteers, Beth Neale. Beth is writing a regular business column for the Eastbourne Voice.

December 17, 2019 | Nelly khawaja
A new start for a New Year

Our blog is from the inspirational Nelly Khawaja. If you’re thinking about a fresh start for 2020 here’s a story that will give you heart that, regardless of the obstacles along the way, you too can achieve.

December 4, 2019 | Karen Costello-McFeat
A Pregnant Pause

We’ve teamed up with Eastbourne CAB to help raise awareness of women’s workplace rights when pregnant. Here’s some insights from Karen Costello-McFeat, who was heavily involved in researching the issue.

August 12, 2019 | Magriet Steyn
Stepmums in the workplace

Our latest blog is from Magriet Steyn who is a Stepfamily Dynamics Coach. Every stepfamily is unique but the challenges facing working stepparents are very common. Magriet takes us through tools and techniques that can be used to improve the situation.

Magriet Steyn
May 29, 2019 | Caroline Coxon
Retirement doesn’t mean retiring

Our guest blogger is Caroline Coxon from Quirkyworks . When 60, 65 or 67 starts looming into your horizon it can feel as though you’re entering the world of retirement, paid work is coming to an end. But that’s not the end as Caroline tells us.

May 16, 2019 | Laura Murphy
WayFinderWoman presents… Work and Well-Being day

The Eastbourne based charity, WayfinderWoman are taking over Eastbourne Town Hall on Friday 21 June for their inaugural Work and Well-being extravaganza! Running from 9.30-4.30 entry is free. The Assembly Hall will be full of stalls promoting different types of health and well-being whilst in the Court Room there’s a series of renowned speakers talking about staying healthy within the workplace.


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