Me Too.

There has been a lot of talk about sexual harassment to women over the last few days due to a status takeover on FB of “Me Too”. Reading the experiences of my friends and family and even strangers has really opened my eyes, it’s very shocking and instead of feeling sad I feel ANGRY.

Obviously I am a huge advocate for Equality and this “Me Too” movement is another example of how much work we have ahead of us in making this change. Every single day in my workplace I am made to feel less competent as a Woman, I even dress myself down to feel more like a man, you know – less makeup, less effort. I keep a neutral state of mind to ensure I do not let men see emotions in case they don’t understand and just see me as incompetent.

There have been numerous times when males have joked about another colleague going on maternity leave and giving up her career etc etc. I admit that I have joined them in these conversations and I feel terrible about it, this means that women like myself are part of the problem.

This all changes today. Thankfully this “Me Too” movement somehow changed my entire mindset on my day to day life.

Go on..Tell me your stories?

Moving Overseas

Recently my partner went overseas for work and decided to stopover in London for a week. He started looking at house prices and calculating living expenses just to see how it differs from Australia.

We had spoken about moving overseas for a few years to work and see how the other half live though it never felt so real, like we would actually do it. I’m currently in a great position at work and the thought of leaving makes me feel ill.

The move could benefit us in our careers in so many ways, though it could also set us back…you know the general pros and cons la la la.

Have you moved overseas before? Did you love it or hate it? Should I just say what the heck lets go?!

Tell me your thoughts!

-T

Local Love.


I grew up in a small town close to the beach where each day you would smile and say hello to anyone and everyone, this is something I’ve always missed since moving to the city.

I currently live in the inner west and absolutely adore where I live, but the one thing I miss is that local love. 

Today I realised something amazing – I have created the local love myself. Walking home from the station each day I wave at the local cafe. Getting my coffee in the morning and having the daily chats with the cafe owners. Even just the fact that they know my coffee order (piccolo) now! 

I think if we all just put in a little effort to converse with people it makes all the difference.

Do you have local love in your big city?