Uncommon Courage
It begins, conversations on life, the universe and fear
My friend Anna Flinn came over recently, and we were in social media planning mode for her impending...
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Andrea T Edwards
Sri Lanka is, quite simply, amazeballs
When I started telling people we were going to Sri Lanka for a family holiday, anyone who’d been had...
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Uncommon Courage
I’ve been trying to get to Sri Lanka since 1995
It’s 1995, I’m travelling around India, now in Calcutta, trying to decide if I go to China or Sri Lanka...
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Uncommon Courage
I think we need to talk about airport customer experience
You know one of the best things about living in Singapore? It’s world-class airport – Changi Airport....
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Andrea T Edwards
The unknown world of menopause awaits
As a woman entering your 40s (which I’m well into at this stage) there is an impending gloom ahead –...
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Andrea T Edwards
Have a discussion, disagree, but let's be kind to each other
A while ago I published a blog – Chaos is driving us apart, our collective humanity must bring...
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Andrea Edwards
A fluffy story of our dogs first experience in the ocean
In the spirit of sharing cute fluffiness, as well as to get away from serious subjects, here’s a little...
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Uncommon Courage
A look into my mind over the last month
In a recent blog, I talked about how hard it is to blog in the midst of all the global chaos we seem...
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Uncommon Courage
How’s the single mothering malarkey going Andrea?
It’s great, so great. I love it when Steve is away for long periods of time, because I really get to...
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Uncommon Courage
Believing you are worth it is everything, so believe
I watched the movie Queen of Katwe last night – a story of a girl from the slums of Uganda who goes on...
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Andrea T Edwards
It’s a very challenging time to blog right now
I have so much to say. Some of it is flippant – the funny life stuff we all laugh at. But more of it...
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Andrew T Edwards
Finding the silver lining when your husband is sick on holiday
When I go on holiday, I like to get to the guts of a new place. If there’s something gritty to...
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Uncommon Courage
2017 is going to be epic, apparently
I asked my boys what’s in store for 2017 and my charming eight year old son, Jax, said simply: it’s going...
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Uncommon Courage
What was the bad and the good stuff in 2016?
I had dinner with a wonderful group of friends recently and asked everyone what was bad and what was...
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Andrew T Edwards
Human parent. Fur parent. Same. Same
We got a new puppy. His name is Freddy and he’s a golden retriever. Freddy is the sweetest little thing,...
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Andrea Edwards
Finding a silver lining in the world’s current predicament
How are you feeling? Excited? Hopeful? Like we’re about to enter the bestest ever chapter in the history...
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Andrea T Edwards
I’m fired up and ready to fight like hell. You with me?
Like most people I know, I couldn’t see any silver lining in the US election results, and was dropping...
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Andrea Edwards
Why doing video and giving birth are not dissimilar
A friend recently asked me if I’ve enjoyed doing some professional video shoots. Here’s one I’ve done...
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Andrea T Edwards
Let me womansplain what being grabbed on the pussy feels like
It’s a fascinating time to be alive, but equally, it’s an exhausting time – especially this year. The...
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Andrea Edwards
Acknowledging the gifts my mother gave me
We’ve just returned from a 10 day mad-dash around Victoria, Australia to celebrate my mum’s 70th birthday....
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Uncommon Courage
Why I could never be like Hillary Clinton
If you’re hoping I’m going to criticize Hillary Clinton, you may as well stop reading now. I couldn’t...
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Andrea Edwards
In a deeply reflective state after The Vagina Monologues
I went to see The Vagina Monologues in Singapore last night. It was wonderful to see my great friend...
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Andrea Edwards
The thing you never want to hear your son say
So we’re all hanging out before bedtime, and I’m trying to get the boys to read a book with me. Lex doesn’t...
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Uncommon Courage
Mother Teresa was my first feminist inspiration
I was delighted to watch the news that Mother Teresa was canonized yesterday, but the best part of the...
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Andrea Edwards
Getting prepared for a TED Talk one of these days
At some point, I will do a TED Talk about the journey we’ve been on with Lex. I believe it’s a really...
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Andrea T Edwards
A week of You Can’t Make This Shit Up
I’ve got to tell you, for the last few months, I’ve been getting really depressed about the state of...
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Without the Bollocks
Are aggressive in-your-face sales techniques the new norm?
A few years ago, we were walking through a shopping mall in Singapore and this Caucasian guy (or ang...
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Andrea Edwards
Chaos is driving us apart, our collective humanity must bring us back together
The hardest piece of news to come out of Nice for me, was the story of an eyewitness describing a baby’s...
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Without the Bollocks
Honouring the greatest dad in my world today
It’s Father’s Day in Singapore and it’s so nice to be able to celebrate this day with my boys to honour...
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Andrea Edwards
Hiring live-in help seems to have changed
A lovely new lady by the name of Vivi started working as a live-in helper with our family recently. For...
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Andrea Edwards
Relishing in the feeling of being part of a community
For the last couple of days, I had the privilege to attend the Asia Professional Speakers SingaporeAnnual...
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Andrea Edwards
Do yourself a favour, read Reckoning A Memoir
Magda Szubanksi(aka Sharon, Kim’s second best friend in Kath and Kim), is probably one of Australia’s...
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Andrea T Edwards
The Haunting Moments of Broken Bones
It was only a matter of time. It was always going to happen. However when your child walks out crying...
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