Today Only – get 25% off copies of The Birth Map

Subscribe to my newsletter Past Issues Today Only 25% off The Birth Map Use the code: QUICK25 Order your book direct from blurb, anywhere in the world, to get the discount Usually only orders over 50 attract a 25% discount.  TODAY ONLY you can get this discount, with no minimum order, anywhere in the world.  … More Today Only – get 25% off copies of The Birth Map

I DO NOT CONSENT!

You asked me for my Consent and I knew yes was assumed My gut told me to dissent either way i’m doomed Standing over me, you wait what must my answer be? in your hands is my fate You watch expectantly. I feel powerless as you insist Afraid and confused by your persistance my gut … More I DO NOT CONSENT!

The My Health Record: Are you in or are you out?

Do you know you only have until Nov 15th to opt out of My Health Record? ‘opt-out’ set ups are disrespectful and strategically ensure passive consent I attended an info session a couple of weeks ago, where the presenter was an IT specialist.   His job was to ‘reassure’ attendees about My Health Record. What he … More The My Health Record: Are you in or are you out?

Beyond the pronoun

Is our education system failing, that so many about pronouns are wailing? Focused on just one speech part is word crafting a lost art? There are so many ways to express And describe ourselves with more finesse Embrace the entire language tools at your disposal This is my humble, earnest proposal.

Kate Middleton does not set the ‘standard’: Keira Knightly shouldn’t either.

This article sums up a rather ridiculous problem in our society.  Competitive birthing and who gets to set The Standard. Kate Middleton, apparently, has had three uncomplicated births.  Keira Knightly, apparently, had a rather difficult and unpleasant birth.  Kate Middleton, apparently, had a birth plan.  Keira Knightly, apparently, felt they were pointless.  Draw whatever conclusions … More Kate Middleton does not set the ‘standard’: Keira Knightly shouldn’t either.

Imagine

  Imagine a world where the children come first in preparations, Where family work is acknowledged and we avoid separations. Workplaces with flexibility for ALL to care for the  children in their life,  This way it’s not just parents, keeping kids out of strife.      Imagine a world where love is valued as integral … More Imagine