Whether its during work or play, life can throw a lot at you. But the best women are always prepared. Meet the women changing their industries through not only talent, but also ambition, determination and drive or get head in your own career with the help of handy tips, tricks and real life stories.
How lonely do you feel? Do you fit in with these new findings?
Hockey star Hannah Martin talks her rise to hockey stardom, how it feels playing for your country, and why team sports should be on every female’s radar.
Taking time off won’t discredit your career goals – travelling will only make them more achievable!
Come together to celebrate the achievements of women worldwide on Thursday, March 8.
With thousands of miles already under her belt, ultra runner Inge Nijkamp has just taken on the Costa Rica Coastal Challenge and added on even more.
It really is time to avoid quick fixes and ‘bad’ foods, and instead find a more realistic way of staying healthy.
How do you measure up to the average Brit with the time and money you spend on both your physical and mental health?
“I knew I was passionate about it and it would make me happy,” says freelance photographer Nisha Haq.
Could you train like this elite athlete?
Business woman Rechenda Smith talks making an impression, taking risks and building her own brand.
If you’re looking for a place of retreat, yoga instructor Meg Ayton-Andrews has you sorted with The Yoga Room, Woodbridge.
To raise money for one of its pioneering members, Suffolk Punch Boxing Club took on an gruelling challenge of skill and endurance.