I spent the last week in Wellington. It was really great, but the word that stayed in my mind and kept coming up in conversation was the same: frustrated.
A friend of mine just became a mother for the second time. Another friend is waiting to be induced. Another is to-ing and fro-ing about whether to go for it Continue Reading →
Recently I took part in a Colmar Brunton survey about Work and Income, which was commissioned by the Ministry for Social Development. The questions were… interesting. So I requested them Continue Reading →
Today my friend was refused a disability fare on the bus, despite carrying her disability card and her cane. The driver laughed at her and told her she “wasn’t blind.” She Continue Reading →
GUEST POST. Long stretches of State Highway One, devoid of mobile coverage and away the relentless titter of the Twitter. This was how I spent, and celebrated, International Women’s Day.
“Don’t wait for the light at the end of the tunnel. Get the bloody torch and take it there yourself.”