I have tried different types of coffee, today opting for coffee from Kenya, the one from Nicaragua I liked less, and yesterday I wrote a kind of reference letter for one of my best friends.
One of my best friends, or my very best friend in primary school from the time we were 10 years’ old, and with whom I am still in touch, is launching a new business. She asked fοr my feedback, a sort of “reference letter”, on her capacities, and on her character. She is an architect and a ballet instructor, and I am not an expert on either.
Nevertheless, I have taken a few ballet classes with her, and so did my mother. And I have certainly a lot to say in her favour.
This friend of mine is someone who is never giving up, trying to do her best in every project, from being a teacher, a mum, to being an architect! She has faced adversity, and complicated relationships. Sometimes she has started something without realising what she was getting into.
I can totally relate especially with the last phrase.
And she really deserves a break and success all the way through!
Do women face more difficulties than men?
Well, in many parts of the world, this seems to be the case.
Let’s stand by each other, and by anyone, whatever gender, who creates quality for themselves and others