Women’s health and wellbeing speakers Australia for public events and online. The stresses of a global pandemic combined with cost-of-living pressures, algorithms and disconnection has impacted populations worldwide. Equality and a more cohesive, optimistic society relies on all genders, faiths … Continue reading


  Meg Thompson is a qualified nutritionist, naturopath, wife to Matt and mum of two girls, Ivy and Mae. She is one of the many gems I’ve been lucky to meet through Engaging Women and it really wouldn’t have been fair … Continue reading

Meditation for a longer life

Long time followers of this platform will know we are huge advocates for meditation. Our events often have a breathing awareness activity and following positive feedback I am currently undertaking further training with Melbourne Meditation Centre. A UCLA study has … Continue reading

The art of gut health

This week we explore latest science surrounding gut health with lecturer, nutritionist, naturopath and lovely human Meg Thompson. Science has proven our guts do more than digest our food and Meg explains how the bacteria that live in our guts … Continue reading

GUEST WRITER: Letter to motherless women

Rewind to August 2008, and Leigh Van Der Horst was immersed in grief following the loss of her mum Joanne. She utilised the power of social media to connect with other motherless women, and through a series of serendipitous connections took the brave step to … Continue reading


On night three of our Mother’s Day series we hear from journalist, presenter and freelance writer Kellie Curtain. She joins us from the desert: Abu Dhabi to be precise, where she’s living the expat life with her husband and four beautiful kids. Kellie explains how … Continue reading

GUEST WRITER: Ann Billington

Interview with Ann Billington

With all the commercial noise surrounding Mother’s Day, it stings me to think how difficult this week must be for many of you who have already lost your mum, never knew her, or have experienced the loss of a child. For this reason, I’ve … Continue reading