Changing the world doesn’t have to be through the ‘big’ stuff

Way back in 2012, I wrote a post on this blog about 'storming the castle'. That post was supposed to be the beginning of sharing with readers the journey I've taken over the last 23 years with the Hysterectomy Association. The problem was, back then, I was too shy, too worried about what other people … Continue reading Changing the world doesn’t have to be through the ‘big’ stuff

Asking for reviews and feedback for your books

If there is one thing I've learnt over the years of working with the t'Interweb, it's the importance of asking for feedback. I do this all the time. For instance when women are in touch at The Hysterectomy Association, I'll ask them if they wouldn't mind completing a feedback form; when someone contacts me to … Continue reading Asking for reviews and feedback for your books

So, here’s a personal story about how social media works in practice to give you and your business exposure

Here's a simple story of how social media works in practice and how I found a new supplier on Facebook quite by accident. Things to Note First: I also run a social enterprise called The Hysterectomy Association. We have a Facebook Page. I also have a public Facebook Page for me as Linda Parkinson-Hardman the author … Continue reading So, here’s a personal story about how social media works in practice to give you and your business exposure

Hysteria, it’s not funny on HRT or How do you change a life?

At the beginning of 2011 I started my journal for the year with a question to myself which I've asked many times over the years previously but this time thought that it warranted a little more effort and thought to answer than I had previously applied. The question was 'how do you change a life?' … Continue reading Hysteria, it’s not funny on HRT or How do you change a life?