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Life & Travel

  • September 28, 2016

    Five things we learned from Richard Asomugha

    Today we kicked off our Inspiration Season on our talk show, Girls Talk, with the incredibly inspiring young motivational speaker Richard Asomugha. At just 19 years old, Richard tours the UK giving motivational talks to young people in secondary school. Richard began his career after he got through a period of depression that was caused […]

  • September 25, 2016

    Seven things we learned from Eric Thomas this weekend

    Myself and Sheena (Girls Talk London ambassadors) had the pleasure of going to see Eric Thomas Live in London hosted by Urban Life. For those of you who have not heard of Eric Thomas, he is, in my opinion one of the greatest motivational and inspirational speakers in the world. Based in the US, he […]

  • September 25, 2016

    Vicky Silverthorn, Start with your sock drawer

    We first met Vicky Silverthorn last year when she came on our talk show, Girls Talk, for our pilot series. Vicky started her first business in 2010. After ten years working as a PA for well known names such as Lily Allen as well as professional sports people she decided that she wanted to concentrate on the area of Professional […]

  • September 23, 2016

    Girls Talk w/ Theresa Ikoko, Writer of Girls @Soho Theatre

      Girls (27 Sep – 29 Oct), a new play showing at London’s Soho Theatre is inspired by the abduction of the Chibok school girls in Nigeria and the lack of media coverage that it received. Written by Theresa Ikoko, it gives a voice to the Chibok schoolgirls  as well as women suffering in conflict […]

  • September 19, 2016

    Three ways women can stop doubting themselves

    “Why are you writing this article?” ‘The editor isn’t even going to like it” “No one will read it.” ‘You should just stop now because you are wasting your time.’  These were some of the thoughts that ran through my mind recently when I started to write my first piece for Girls Talk London. I am […]

  • September 7, 2016

    Five ways to deal with redundancy

    Redundancy used to be a word reserved for our parents. A big, scary, looming word that you knew was bad but that wasn’t your problem- until you were at least maybe 40 and knew how to cope with it. Unfortunately most challenges don’t arrive when we’re ready and as technology improves and the job market […]