Author: Rebekah Campbell

Five tips to finding the perfect partner online

by Rebekah Campbell | August 30, 2021
In 2012, I hadn’t been a date in ten years. I was 34, lonely and terrified of the future. I decided to hit the online dating sites on a mission to date one man every week for a year and find a husband. I started just on eHarmony and quickly added RSVP, Tinder and others […]

How to meet the perfect husband on Tinder (yes, it’s possible!)

by Rebekah Campbell | July 17, 2021
It was a Sunday morning in 2014. I’d arrived home from breakfast to a find newspaper article positioned conspicuously on the coffee table. ‘Women over 35 should stop being so fussy,’ read the headline, followed by some observations by a male fertility specialist. I smiled sarcastically and thanked my mother for cutting it out.  Inside, my […]

What New Zealand COVID quarantine is actually like – why managed isolation is better and worse than we expected

by Rebekah Campbell | August 27, 2020
I’m writing this behind a locked window and wire fence in Auckland’s M-Social Hotel. Ten days ago, my husband Rod and I, along with our two young children Eve and Bobby, made a strange, nerve-wracking flight across international borders during COVID 19.

How to perfect the art of give and take

by Rebekah Campbell | April 3, 2020
Once I accepted that a lot of what I wanted to achieve this year isn’t going to happen, I started to relax.

You’re more than your job title

by Rebekah Campbell | March 2, 2020
Leaving a job can rattle your sense of identity, but learning how to let go of your 'brand association' can be liberating.

What I’ve learnt working from home with children

by Rebekah Campbell | March 1, 2020
Rebekah Campbell: “This virus forced us to throw out the goals and focus on getting through each day.” Once I accepted that a lot of what I wanted to achieve this year isn’t going to happen, I started to relax. Like many families, we’ve spent the past eight weeks working from home. I have a […]

To make good decisions, start by imagining your perfect day

by Rebekah Campbell | February 4, 2020
Too many people make critical decisions by looking only one step up the ladder.

How to network when you don’t have the time or skills

by Rebekah Campbell | November 28, 2019
Once I accepted that a lot of what I wanted to achieve this year isn’t going to happen, I started to relax.

If networking terrifies you, try this approach

by Rebekah Campbell | November 26, 2019
Meeting new people to forge connections is hard if you're shy. Business Chicks founder Emma Isaacs suggests aiming for quality over quantity.

How personal style can help shape your career

by Rebekah Campbell | November 4, 2019
Forget the rules about what to wear in the office. Think about how you want to be seen, then own it.
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