When a New Door Opens…

Love is in the air everywhere I look around Love is in the air every sight and every sound And I don’t know if I’m being foolish Don’t know if I’m being wise But it’s something that I must believe in……. Well for me, romance is in the air – totally unexpected and unplanned! Most…

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Adverts are NOT us!

My reputation on Twitter is illustrated by tweets about anti ageism, anti sexism and self- esteem improvement and they all  come from the heart. Being over 60, female and someone whose self- love has had more downs than ups, I feel qualified to shout about these issues. Speaking of shouting, do any of you readers…

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THE 50+ SHOW – ‘Nul points’

Last Saturday (15th July) I ventured forth with only a handbag, pad and pen (remember those?) into the wilds of London’s Kensington Olympia to attend the 50+ Show.  Tempted not only by the offer of a free ticket but also by the exciting prospect that the 50+ Show, an event that I had attended a…

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HerStory – Jules Bannister: From Journalism to Recording Co, TV, Radio, Theatre, Performing and back to Journalism!

Having always been a rebel in one way or another, I must start by saying that I have never felt the need to make excuses or apologise for having a career history that moves along multiple paths.  As we know, life often heads us off at the pass, but I regard all my experiences as…

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HerStory – Pat Duckworth – from Senior Civil Service to Exhilarating Entrepreneur

My epiphany moment happened in a central London park in Spring 2009. Picture the scene: I am walking to my office in Parliament Square through St James’s Park. It’s a beautiful morning, the sun is shining and as I look across the lake I can see Buckingham Palace gleaming in the distance. Big Ben is…

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Jules Bannister: Creative Careers + (Older) Women in the Performing Arts

Join us on WomenUP Radio with our guest Jules Bannister, her career covers a mix of journalism and professional acting and singing with production work in BBC Radio and the music business in between. We will be discussing: – Creative Careers – journalism, acting, radio, singing and the music business – the benefits and the issues,  – Double…

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Pat Duckworth: Empowering Older Women Entrepreneurs + Mind/Body Techniques to Support Our Wellness

Join us on WomenUP Radio with our guest Pat Duckworth, best-selling author, therapist and international public speaker. We will be discussing: – Why and how cognitive therapy and NLP can benefit us? What solutions do they give, how can they be used to overcome obstacles and achieve our objectives.   – Empowering older women entrepreneurs and the additional challenges…

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