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Introducing myself and my journal: Offbeat Woman

About Me:
Hi Everyone

I am a freelance journalist and aspiring novelist living in Ireland. I came across Worldpulse through my blog which is called 'Offbeat Woman' so maybe in this instance, the virtual world is going to introduce me to the real world! I would so love to be able to help the millions of people who are undergoing such severe hardship on other parts of the planet in my lifetime. Here, in the relatively affluent West we think that we are having it tough because of the recession. But in truth,in comparison to others less fortunate, most of us live lives of luxury, no matter how broke we are. I have three teenage children; Sadhbh is 19, Conor is 18 and Liadh is 13 so although i am still busy, my life is not as hectic as it was when my children were younger.I can see a time in the not-to-distant future when I will have time on my hands.Then I would hope to be in a position to help in practical ways in third world or war torn countries. The main compelling reasons that I have for wanting to help other women and children are that a) I am a mother, b) I had a mother and c)I was a child! And as such I have deep compassion for what these people are going through in horrific circumstances. Of course I want to help all people not just women and children but I feel that the latter are most in need. I'm not quite sure how I can help at the moment but I will try my very best to assist in any way that I can.

My Passions:
My children, my family, my animals, my writing

My Challenges:
Getting my three teenagers safely, healthily and self-sufficiently out into their own independent lives. Writing a novel. Surviving financially.

My Vision for the Future:
A world where women play a greater role, because I believe that is the key to the future safety of the planet and our species.

My Areas of Expertise:
I am a journalist. I have been a bank manager in the past. I can blog quite well! And I can rear children well.


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Hey there! Welcome to PulseWire!

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Welcome again to our global community and I look forward to hearing more from you here on PulseWire!


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