“Equality for women is progress for all”
One of my favorite days of the year! (I’m a bit of a secret feminist at heart)
A global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women, and to reflect on those that have fought for what we have now, and are yet to fight for what we want to achieve!
I am so proud to have created the Female Fortune Network. A movement of women that support and empower each other on a day to day basis on their road to success.
We are changing the way women can work for the better, opening up more avenues to success without having to sacrifice family time to be successful.
One day in Siem Reap, we came across a book in a supermarket called ‘Welcome to Hell’
After reading a few paragraphs online, Liam later decided he wanted to get it. On the way back to the supermarket we came across a Cambodian local, with no hands, running a book stall.
He just happened to have the book we were after. Winning.
It was with our $4 purchase that he gave us this piece of paper, his compelling story that I feel the need to share with my fellow bloggers.
What a guy! I’m so glad that we bought this book from his stall. Definitely $4 well spent.
I understand some of the reasons why people may not want to wear a poppy.
In recent years its believed to have become politicised to ‘promote war’.
But let me be clear.
Regardless of what it has become, it was created and originated to respect and remember all who fought for this country. The same country you walk freely in today.
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