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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Women Deserve It!

As women, I think we all deserve to feel like Unstoppable Goddesses. Some people hear that and freak out, thinking it is melodramatic new-age hype. How negative and wrong they are! Why shouldn’t we enjoy our ‘self’? What is wrong with wanting to feel free, to direct our own path, enjoy our own independence, to…

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Who are you and why does it matter?

Do you know who you are, really deep-down, total self-knowledge and self-acceptance? Most of us don’t or we at least need to work on ourselves to gain this depth. Why is it important? Very good question! Because… When you really know who you are and are honest with yourself you genuinely know your strong and…

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Women in STEM + Inspiring the Next Generation

Join us on WomenUP Radio with our guest Stephanie Green, artist, Activist, Entrepreneur and Businesswoman. We will be discussing : – STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) and raising awareness and inspiring the next generation – the importance of role models and the attitude surrounding these sectors right from childhood.  – The essentials regarding education to follow…

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HerStory – Alexis Costello: Kinesiology Diva in the Jungle

A level one Touch For Health class is a curious thing. It is often an individuals first experience with trying to muscle test someone and they will go from utter disbelief that such a thing works so easily, to pure joy, to crazy overwhelm and back again over the course of a weekend. When I…

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Saying No! Words and Empowerment

Great insight from Jules Bannister, our new roving reporter at WomenUP.  Visit Meet Jules to get to know her and hear about her background and experience. We are thrilled to have her as part of the team…   Saying No! Words and Empowerment I have read many articles and sections of self-help books proclaiming the…

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Creativity and Respect for Women and how the values of different cultures, such as Druidry, develop this and, also, de-stress/energise

This is the first in our cultural, fulfilment and wellness series. Listen to WomenUP Radio with our guest Philip Carr-Gomm, psychologist, psychotherapist, sophrologist and Druid leader who, as well as all that, spends a lot of time writing, speaking and giving workshops. We will be discussing: – Creativity, respect and openmindedness – the importance of this for…

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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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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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HerStory: Dr Becca Moore – From Medical School to Perinatal Psychiatrist… and more!

My journey to Medical School was pretty straightforward, endless studying and a desire to be a doctor stemming from lots of exposure to hospitals as a patient with childhood cancer and severe Asthma. I am pretty sure Dr Carter ER played a role too, be still my teenage heart! My first jobs passed in a blur of long…

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