Today’s guest is Ruth Seba of SebaSilver. I have met Ruth last year via the blogging challenge and I am proud to say: we became friends. Most of you have seen the wonderful filigree jewels Ruth and her husband Doka create on the wonderful Croatian island Korcula.
Tell us about yourself: (Name, Age, Family, Profession, Education).
4 older brothers, three lovely wives of brothers and some nieces and nephews, & now an in-laws family… more brothers & two lovely sisters & more nieces & nephews!
Current ‘profession’ = Jewel Queen & owner of Seba Dizajn a small boutique in sunny Korcula, Croatia. Husband is the creator of all things filigree (Seba Silver)
Education = on-going! Especially where social media & biz promotion is concerned.
I have a Recreation Management degree, from Lincoln University, NZ Read the rest of this entry
Another Women’s Wednesday, our 3rd one so far.
Today’s guest is Julie. I have met Julie at a very special forum. We did some Internet radio together and through the last three years she has become a very dear friend. So I am happy that she answered my questions. Hope you enjoy the Interview.
Tell us about yourself.
My name is Julie, I‘m 35 years old and I come from quite a large family with sisters and 2 brothers, I‘m an Avid writer on the side and I was a full time carer before the death of my grandmother who was wheel chair bound and suffered 2 times with Cancer and other illnesses.
What are your 3 favourite things about it?
Being part of a large family has its ups and downs, the closeness of each of them is a true gift but being able to be around for everyone can sometimes stretch you in so many directions. Read the rest of this entry
Women’s Wednesday again – today’s guest is Michèle Taylor. Thanks for joining us, Michèle and thanks for doing the interview.
Tell us about yourself.
My name is Michèle, I will be 50 next spring and I live with my partner and my 16 year old son. I studied at Cambridge University.
I am a coach, psychotherapist and trainer. This means I spend my time working with individuals to support their growth and development, facilitate groups to enable them to work more effectively together, and train organisations in a number of subjects, including Disability Equality.
I used to be a performer, writer and director in the theatre but I don’t do so much of that now, although I do occasionally perform stand-up comedy and sketches with a friend who is a very funny woman. Read the rest of this entry
We are going to start a little interview series on strong women.
Women telling us about their profession, their career or their education.
Women telling us about their relationships to other women.
Don’t miss it.
We will start
on October 19th.
Today Sharon Howard published the interview she made with me.
Gheee that was fun, I enjoyed it Sharon.
So thanks so much for the opportunity.
I am looking forward to see some of you at this space.
I am encouraging you to browse Sharon’s blog.
She has some interesting stuff there.
Tell me in a comment what you liked.