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How The First Female Wiggle Created A Powerful Legacy

By Women’s Agenda 50% of Wiggles merchandise sales are attributed to Emma alone. Here’s what she meant to audiences – and what happens next, writes Liz Giuffre, from University of Technology Sydney in this article republished from The Conversation. When Emma Watkins took over as “The Yellow Wiggle” in 2012 there were huge headlines. Her casting was a seismic shift for those who grew…

Prioritize Yourself and Your Needs with These 6 Mantras

By Aisha Beau The phrase “self-care isn’t selfish” has been making the rounds on social media. And although this is very true, it can feel easier said than done. In a recent survey, 40% of Shine members said they don’t practice self-care as much as they’d like because they prioritize the needs of others before their own. Despite the benefits of helping those around…

Maria Ressa: Nobel Peace Prize Winner and Journalist

By Madeline Hislop Journalist Maria Ressa, from the Philippines, has won the Nobel Peace Prize, recognised by the Norwegian committee for her journalistic work defending press freedom, and holding the Philippines’ government to account. Maria Ressa won the peace prize along with Russian journalist Dmitry Muratov, awarded “for their efforts to safeguard freedom of expression, which is a precondition for democracy…