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“Expat life can be very hard and it can throw you 360 degrees. It can make you doubt yourself, doubt every move you make. Faced with a situation that is unfamiliar, away from almost everything I knew and loved , I had to find an outlet to cope with the uprooting process and my only escape was art; art felt like home.” Elaine Pringle-Schwitter
“what took me from lost to found , from despair to joy, from confusion to truth, and from feeling average to knowing I am a Divine Masterpiece.” Zineb Nassrou
‘Making money is never women’s main drive. They are totally aware that money must be made, but there are things in life which are far more important to women’ Tineke Rensen
Wendy and Lynda are the founders of the LANDUU Company and are doing vital work to provide wonderful health support programs for survivors of cancer. As spiritual coaches, they help people transform their challenging emotions and beliefs, to become the best people they can be; loving themselves and others and working to make a difference for the better in this world.
‘Since I can remember I loved learning about medicine, science, chemistry, and all the things to do with medicine. There have been many people in my family and in my circle of friends who suffered from a various health challenges. Little I knew that, towards the end of my specialisation as a heart surgeon that I would see my mother fighting for her life. She was my inspiration and the force that guided me through endless long nights of study various medical exams’
Todorche Stamenov, Medical Doctor at Barts Health NHS Trust
‘Traditionally the parents send the second son to become a monk at the age of eight years. He is usually given a puppy to comfort him and an older monk to support him. We saw Himalayan blue poppies clinging to the harsh rock. On reflection, a metaphorical comparison between the blue poppies and local people is beyond similarity’ Ysanne Lewis
Lana Kapelas reveals how detoxing, re-learning, banishing bad habits and understanding food facts can help you stay healthy and energetic
My message to our readers is that it's not important how we start, but how we finish the race, and no matter the slowness of the pace, we must carry on….so much is expected of us, as women, in our roles as daughters, mothers, wives and, at times, it can be a tough balancing act, but learning from stories of conquering of other women we can draw strength from the experiences of others, and fulfil our mandates, as well as maintain our sanity. Nobody said it would be easy!!
Davina Webb - STEM Ambassador, encouraging young people to explore career options in science, technology, engineering and maths, Co-Author of Tales of Womanhood and writer of ‘A lonely Girl’