Life & Travel

  • January 11, 2016

    10 ways to survive January

    Taking the tree and all of the Christmas decorations down might give the illusion of more space, but it also makes everywhere look so plain. This, coupled with going back to work, receiving your credit card statement and those jeans being a bit more snug than they were in November makes January a long, weary […]

  • January 7, 2016

    7 ways to save money in 2016

    Open a savings account – If you don’t already have a savings account then 2016 is the year to get one. You don’t have to put away much every month just whatever you can manage. Even if you just save £1 a day – it will add up to a hefty sum by the end […]

  • January 6, 2016

    The ground-breaking new tool for women

    How many times did you apologise over email to colleagues, clients or your superiors today? Or doubt yourself, or ask if your email even made sense? Be honest. Once? Three times? In almost every email? Chances are your number is higher than you’d like and although you might be able to justify each one, did you really […]

  • January 4, 2016

    How to budget properly

    Money comes in one day, goes out the next and if you’re lucky you’ve got a little bit left to play with after all that, right? But what if it wasn’t down to ‘luck’ that you had some left over cash; what if you knew exactly how much money you were going to have leftover every […]

  • December 29, 2015

    Best Bits of 2015

    With only a few days left until 2016 we thought we would take you on a trip down memory lane to reflect on some of our best bits for women and feminism in 2015. So grab a warm drink and enjoy! UK Government reaction to the gender pay gap We all agree that more can […]

  • December 14, 2015

    What will China’s new policy mean for women?

    Last month China announced it is to phase out it’s one-child policy, decades after introducing the population control measure. It’s good news for many families and young people, but what will it mean for China’s women? I’ve been aware of the country’s policy, but until now had never though about it in too much detail. […]