I went to Bangkok a couple of weeks ago. It was my first time “on the road” for two years and it was exciting but also daunting. You get
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We can’t control anyone else’s behaviour on social media, but we can control our own. Here’s my six tips to not get into a rage on any social platforms.
When you see titles like: Chemical pollution has passed safe limit for humanity – you know we’re in for VERY challenging times ahead.
I’ve been sharing tons of information this year – my own, as well as working with other legends who care as much as I do
The World Inequality Report 2022 was released, and while none of us are surprised by this information – why would we be?
Do you trust the wisdom that comes from within? Or have others put you off track, leading you to live a smaller life?
This blog is an adaptation of the podcast Uncommon Courage — which is hosted conversations, by author, speaker and The Digital Conversationalist, Andrea T. Edwards.
Our world has become so divided. We rage and scream at those who feel or think differently to us. We hate people who represent something we know nothing about.
22 lifestyle changes you can make to contribute to a better world installment three: spreading the word and mindful travel
Because your voice matters, Tip #21—Be a Ripple Maker is a collective tip from all four of our contributors about the power of your voice.
As a woman who has lived an interesting and influential life, Andrea has great wisdom to pass on to her readers.
It’s International Day of the Girl Child 2021. If you want to know why this is important, here is a link to UNICEF, the UN, and
22 lifestyle changes you can make which contribute to a better world, installment two: navigating our plastic problem
The first installment was on food. In our second installment, we focus on what we can do to limit our contribution to the planet’s plastic problem.
f you’re wrestling with the question: “What can I do to contribute to alleviating the climate crisis?” We have good news. The answer is—a lot
One of the bigger, longer term issues we must stay on top of is, the bleak future for Afghanistan because of the combination of war AND climate change.
As we all came to terms with this news and tried to understand what it meant for the people of Afghanistan. It definitely felt like the last straw in a bruised world.
I ain’t the best relaxer. My preferred holidays are always adventures, and very VERY rarely will I do a feet-up-by-the-ocean-on-a deck-chair kind of break to disconnect. Honestly I couldn’t think of anything worse
I recently attended the Asia Professional Speakers Convention 2021 and as always, it was awesome. Every year I leave inspired, more connected with my amazing community
With The Phuket Sandbox scheduled to kick off from July 1st, if all goes to plan, fully vaccinated tourists will be welcomed into Phuket from that date
I am one of those people that can get lost in a book shop for hours. I love the discovery process of finding new authors I’ve never heard of, and while the Fantasy section is usually the place I spend most of my time
I want to talk about something that’s bothering me a lot lately. This is not directed at anyone I’m having deeper, behind-the-scenes conversations with, it’s
A couple of years ago, I wrote a blog – Kids don’t grow up fast, they grow up suddenly. Well the growing up bit has
We’re celebrating Father’s Day today. It’s not Father’s Day for my dad, as he’s in Australia, and I’m not even sure if it’s Father’s Day
I was trying to work out how many days we’ve been in isolation and I think it’s 29. All I know for sure is we’re now starting week five and the roller coaster continues
My family is heading into our fourth week of isolation, and compared to the vast majority around the world, we are very lucky.