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The What I See Project

September 16, 2013

The What I See Project recognises and aims to amplify the voices of women from around the world. It provides an online platform for a network of women to share their stories and hear each other’s stories in the hope that they will all become more empowered in the process.

The Project is the brainchild of Edwina Dunn, successful entrepreneur and founder of Tesco’s Clubcard. She wanted to celebrate inspiring women from everyday life whose stories would otherwise go unheard. She wanted these women to share their struggles, achievements and inner thoughts, and to express themselves freely through a website that appreciates them for who they really are.

So, she established the What I See Project, which asks women worldwide, from all walks and wheels of life, one very simple, yet very interesting question: “What do you see when you look in the mirror?” The website contains a collection of responses.

A few weeks ago, I was honoured to be contacted by the team at the Project, who asked me to provide my own answer to the question.

I see a very long list of things when I look in the mirror, but I listed some of the most significant and special ones here as my contribution to the Project.

If the Project interests you, you can follow it on Facebook or Twitter, as well as through its website. The team are always on the lookout for interesting women who might like to participate themselves.

All that is left for me to do is to ‘pass the baton’ along to the next woman in line, lifestyle blogger Elizabeth Sellers, whose website is here.

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