Feminartsy magazine is taking a break, apparently. So I’m sharing this piece I wrote for them a while back.
Guest blog by Louise Allan
Louise Allan is an Australia doctor turned writer who has recently wowed book lovers near and far with her first book, The Sisters’ Song. With rave reviews in The Herald-Sun, Women’s Weekly and plenty of others… not to mention the plethora of interviews she’s provided since the release, it’s been a whirlwind experience for Louise. One that is much-deserved for this brilliant and talented woman. Continue reading “Unworthiness: This Is How It Starts”
Before my mid-thirties meltdown I was fairly successful, according to society’s standards of success. I was a Chartered Accountant and had been working in public practice for almost ten years and even though the wages started low (first year accountants often earn less than retail workers, just FYI), I’d earned my stripes and was finally doing reasonably well financially. Continue reading “What If The Universe Has Your Back?”
Whether you know Magda from her skits during the Fast Forward days (remember Lynne? “I said pet, I said love, I said pet”), or my personal favourite, Sharon Strzelecki from Kath and Kim, you will probably agree she’s become engrained as part of our collective Aussie comedy family. Continue reading “Magda Szubanski’s ‘Reckoning’”