An Ode to Wild Woman

An Ode to Wild Woman (on Wrekin hill). Wandering the wild took her closer to home; it allowed her to find more than she’d ever known. As the wind swept on by she started to see more than views on high, she saw what she could be. Wild and free. Wild and free. Her feet…

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Book Review: ‘Wild’ by Cheryl Strayed

I was already intrigued about reading Cheryl Strayed’s memoir of walking the Pacific Crest Trail as a solo female hiker when I saw that Lit Without Limits, a non-profit organisation supporting the empowerment of girls through literature, had chosen it as their July read.  As a woman who loves hiking, strong women and literature, I thought…

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Book Review: A Woman’s Worth by Marianne Williamson

What I garnered from A Woman’s Worth is a new realisation that there really is as much strength in our delicate, gentle aspects as there is in our feisty and tempestuous aspects. And that, when all those parts are united, we are a force to be reckoned with! We need to believe in ourselves again, and in what we can achieve.

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