Sometimes the last thing we feel like is a Goddess, with all the stresses and demands of life we can sometimes neglect that very special person in our lives. You!
Let your inner Goddess out to play and be the woman you know you are. If you’re having trouble finding her don’t worry, she’s in there somewhere! Let’s celebrate you! Because simply, Your Amazing!
Here at MIW we want to keep you and your Inner Goddess in Check.
Here you can celebrate and discuss everything female. We will share with you all our bits and tips that will inspire you, motivate you, help you and make you radiate confidence! Let’s celebrate us women, because, let’s face it, were pretty damn awesome!

Bikini Body building challenge

I took on a 12 week bikini body building challenge to tone up my post baby body ! Juggling breast feeding, sleepless nights & finding time for my husband, getting back in shape was a challenge.   Once I got into the swing of motherhood & established a routine, I craved some much needed me time. As with any kind of quest for a healthy lifestyle, support is a major factor to succeeding. I wanted to achieve a complete lifestyle change, to kick unhealthy eating habits and tone up my body. I decided to look for some expert help ! Through my research I came across a UK based Fitness Coach Michelle Brannan, Michelle is a IFBB Professional Athlete & Founder of UK’s number… Read More →

Which colours attract men

Get Your Colours Right for Dating Success By our self-help expert and dating coach Dr Pam Spurr In my new book on dating I’ve covered how the colours you wear say so much about your personality when you go on a date. Of course every fashionista knows how colour can make a killer impact, but for the rest of us it can be a mystery.  We know the basics like if you want someone to notice you then definitely wear red. But something like black can be either sexy and sensual or conservative. In my new dating guide I mention how when certain colours work better – or worse – at creating attraction and sexual chemistry. So don’t forget you definitely… Read More →

I Love Me Campaign !!

I love me Campaign / ‘The MIW body confidence boost’ We aren’t always good at feeding ourselves with confidence or celebrating how great we are, sometimes you just need to hear it from someone else. Simply share this video and Tag one of your besties on fb/twitter and tell her two things you love about her, use tags #MIW2thingsiloveaboutyou @MIWmagazine Let’s spread some positivite Girl-Tude and confidence to our girls across the globe !      

Negotiate like Taylor Swift!

Negotiate in real life like Taylor Swift did with Apple Last week, Taylor Swift wrote an open letter to Apple and CEO Tim Cook in which she complained about the company’s decision not to pay artists during the three month free-trial period of Apple Music. By also threatening to withhold from them her hot new “1989” album, the new reigning Queen of Pop also gave a crash course in Negotiation 101. Many of us could use some help in that department. A new survey from staffing firm Robert Half revealed that although 89 percent of workers believe they deserve a raise, only 54 percent plan on asking their employer for one this year. In fact, the survey showed, many workers… Read More →

January joys

January joys? Really? January can be a time when we are still feeling a little dimmed from the last months celebrations and suffering from our struggling gym routine, wrecked resolutions, detox damnation, cold, flu, depression and just a general feeling of the lack of summer sun. But you know, I like to see January as a month to stand firmly on top of my mountain and spend some time thinking about what I’ve have achieved my life and where I am going. I am a ‘January Birthday babe’ so I see this month as being a time to have fun in. Yep… I know it’s cold, but rather than staying in and watching depressing TV and thinking about all the… Read More →

Using your mouthpiece

I play the flute and use a mouthpiece – hurrah! Apart from being tons of breathy fun any woodwind player will also tell you about the importance of the mouthpiece, as a sound has to be made first before the player can then formulate notes which in turn lead to the wonders of music. So I believe the correlation commences between a persons ability to vocalise life experience, which then can benefit others and create a melody that resonates hope and life wherever we go. This week as some of you may know is National Adoption Week in the UK, a time when the Nation pauses for thought and considers the concept of the family unit in all its variants… Read More →

Frame up your life

Hi everyone, Well I haven’t written for sometime mainly because I have been doing some ‘reframing work’.. ‘as a comedian? I hear some of you say’ So what do I mean?… Well any fine artist will tell you that a great picture needs a great frame, a cheap or damaged frame can ruin a fabulous piece of artwork, some would go as far as to say that the frame is also a piece of great artwork in itself. Some frames are made by gifted craftsmen and designed specifically for the painting, maybe they are made from fine gold, embossed and jewelled. The frame completes priceless beauty and presents the painting to the world. In life you are the work of fine art,… Read More →

Athena and her secret message

Hi, Last month I read this online article called ‘Athena’s secret message’ and had to share it with you…   As someone who has scrapped through life so far with the usual amounts of cuts and bruises that we all have, it is so easy to feel overwhelmed by the issue –  ‘what is my life about?’ Here is a young girl who sadly died of cancer whose parents found some unbelievable words written on the back of a long mirror in her bedroom. I wanted to share her words because they bring about essentially what life is truly about.  Whatever our circumstance in life, sometimes it is wise to pause and ponder the issue of LIFE. We can’t choose the start… Read More →

Diversity, Families and Spot the difference

Love it or hate it the UK is a country of diversity, family and spotting the difference, but should we?  Or is it still rude to stare and point? In food we ‘taste the difference’ in society we ‘spot the difference’ – is it OK? ‘Where are your parents?’ I was often asked at school ‘Behind me’ I would quietly say trying hard to blink back tears of shame, as an 8-year-old girl… ‘Are they? I can’t see them’, was a regular inquisition I would suffer at sports days and school events. This a very common script to any child who is either adopted, fostered or just doesn’t look like their parents. Being inquisitive is natural for children and adults… Read More →