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TW3 - That Was The Week That Was #2

The week started with Mother’s Day and Dawn and I went to the small fishing town of Dover, one of the Southern-most parts of Tasmania. We went first of all to Roaring Beach – which is just a bit of an exaggeration as the waves were tiny, but the white sand stretched away. 512 more words

Brian Foster

Is it right to take more than 50-60% in tax? Feminists said yes.

This feminist above is called Dawn Foster. She is a journalist from The Guardian. During the TV programme The Big Questions she defended taxes rise above 50%. 589 more words

ARRIVED SAFELY IN TASMANIA

Hi there, arrived safely in Tasmania after a very early start – thanks Chris for getting me to the station on time. We caught the 5.40am train then we flew out at about 8.00am after a slight delay. 68 more words

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Officially Retired 

So now it is official I am
Retired!!!!
Today, Thursday April 27 2017, was my last day at work.  I got a great send off from my clients, spoiled rotten with champagne, chocolate, wine flowers a lovely book and lots more, it was bitter sweet but looking forward now to flying out tomorrow to Tasmania. 83 more words

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Our Decision to do Our Road Trip

The decision to do our first Road Trip around Australia in the end was quite an easy one. Like a lot of people we had talked about traveling around Australia but too actually go out and do it is a whole new ball game. 413 more words

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Lean In and Post It On Facebook

There’s nothing new in the very sensible advice, “You shouldn’t  compare yourself to others. It’ll only make you unhappy”. (Miserable if you are doing worse, guilty if you are doing better.) There’ll always be someone smarter, richer, more attractive. 377 more words

Feminism

Review: Lean Out

Kate Bradley reviews Dawn Foster’s Lean Out (Repeater Books, 2016), a book that challenges the liberal feminism promoted by Sheryl Sandberg’s business advice book, Lean In.  431 more words

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