Investing in friendships with women

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On investing in friendships with women: I was raised by two altruistic parents who accepted everyone despite their background, religion and colour of their skin. Having a heart bigger than yourself can always be either misconstrued as a symbol of weakness, therefore, people who fall in this category often get taken advantage of. One of […]

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Interview With Solo Traveler Zhuorui Fu

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Introduce yourself! Who are you? and which country do you come from/ call home? My name is Zhu. I am a Chinese girl born and raised in Shenzhen, the technological and entrepreneurial superhub and mega metropole of the East until I was 17. Before that, I went on exchange to California, New York, and Finland. […]

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Interview With Corinne Gray

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ME ABOUT YOUR CURRENT BUSINESS. WHAT ARE YOU DOING EXACTLY? I run an online lifestyle magazine for people living with chronic illness or disability called Uncomfortable Revolution  It’s quirky and humorous and we don’t focus on medical advice. Instead, we focus on the social/emotional aspects of living with illness or disability. For example, you’re more […]

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Interview with Donna de Villiers

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Tell me about yourself? My name is Donna de Villiers.  I’m originally from Harare, Zimbabwe and I would describe myself as a bit of an oddball!  My parents have always told me I march to the beat of my own drum since I was a little.  Not much has changed!  I’m happy in my quirky […]

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Lessons I Learned From SATC

Lessons I Learned From Sex And The City (and It Might Not Be What You Expect) June 6th, 1998, the day Sex and the City premiered. I loved that show so much it became my unofficial life guide in my 20s. I wanted nothing more than to have a fabulous life where I love my […]

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