Month: June 2014

Finding a way to see Launceston #throughglass

Each year we head to Launceston for one of the Hawks’ AFL games. We always have a great weekend catching up with friends both at the game and in an associated round of activities that has now become tradition. This was my first visit since I got Glass and I was really looking forward to […]

International Spy Museum #throughglass

Washington is a city I’ve never visited, so when the opportunity presented to attend the recent Girl Up summit with my daughter, I headed straight for Google to check out what else we could see and do while we were in town. As a child who was raised on a steady diet of Get Smart, Nancy […]

Girls changing the world

I’ve posted  about my introduction to Girl Up before, and this week I’ve  been fortunate enough to spend three days in Washington at the Girl Up Leadership Summit  which was attended by about 170 girls aged between 10 and 19. They are predominantly from the US, but attendees also came from South America, the UK, Malawi and, of course, my […]

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