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Work with me to unlock ways for you and your teams to thrive
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This is a picture I took last year when we were visiting our parents and took a little detour to a town called Jodhpur. I have lived in India for 35 years before moving to Australia in 2000. I love travelling, so have voraciously gone after several…
Of stereotypes and other delusions
Of stereotypes and other delusions
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Gorgeous Gifts for Mum 

 Thoughtfully handcrafted Artisan Soaps, Skin Treats & Gorgeous Hampers that that restore a feeling of well-being.

Celebrate abundance, joy, beauty and connecting with nature. 

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I am a little bit smitten by these playful kids who produce the most wickedly creamy milk. 
They are naughty, playful and addictive. 
If you want some real Goats Milk Soap, then this has got to be it. Made with raw, creamy goats milk and then blended with a finely balanced blend of virgin, raw oils and butters, finished with oats and essential oils...

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Playful Goats, Milk, Soap
Playful Goats, Milk, Soap
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Not an entrepreneur. Entrepreneurial? Maybe! My hearts desires are bigger right now than my ability! I want to build toilets in India. In my recent visit to Vadodara, discovered that there are about 50 in a city of about 2 million people that people who are on the streets have to pay to access. I learnt from one of my friends that they are building 500 toilets in a village where there is no sanitation. And it costs them Rs.20000 to build one (that is USD 300 odd). My heart goes out to the woman on the street, hunched over topless, in her skirt washing herself. She either does not know of the wash rooms down the street or in the temple nearby or can't afford it. And I am now outside India... how will I do this, I ponder. 
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