If you missed opening night of “Festrogen” comedy festival, you can still grab tickets for Sunday’s performance!
Comedy is a male-dominated industry, but at Festrogen’s comedy workshops, it’s women’s time to shine!
A little over 24 hours to kill in Lion City? Charley Larcombe takes you on a tour of her former backyard.
If you are looking for a honeymoon spot, or just a quiet hideaway where you can hole up with your lover for lazy cocktails and not-so-lazy sex, then also take a look at the sister property, Cempedak.
LUX WMN is not just about self. Self-improvement, self-promotion, taking care of self are all essential – but so is taking care of others. Which is why, in every issue you will see us highlighting a cause or association that demands your attention and requests your support. For our inaugural issue, Natalie von Laufenberg shines a spotlight on the important midwifery work by the Association Luxembourgeoise de Sages Femmes.
Mum and small business owner Caroline Parfect talks to LUX WMN on discovering that she was an entrepreneur all along.
Where’s good to work on that
side hustle? Or where should you meet for a negotiation lunch? LUX WMN recommends Robin du Lac.
Now, more than ever, there is a call for women to speak up and speak out – it is a call to vocal arms. But are we doing enough? Are we being heard? Julia Elisabetta Pitterman discusses the importance of women in politics.
In 1982, a 22-year-old Christianne Wickler purchased a gas station in the northern part of Luxembourg near the Belgian border. As a child, she had always dreamed of owning her own store; with that purchase, that dream could potentially become a reality.
”I gained weight during the COVID-19 pandemic, and I feel terrible about myself and my body.”
I hear this phrase, or some version of it, Every. Single. Day. And it saddens and maddens me. (Read on for why. Spoiler alert: Diet culture and societal body shaming).