Lindsey Dawson

Lindsey's Latest Columns

Cruising With a Purpose

Fast Train from Shanghai to Beijing

Peking Duck, Anyone?

Ride Beijing in a Sidecar

Smoke Gets in your Eyes

Shopping Shanghai

Eating on the Street

Eco-Savvy China

China's Bold, New Art

Tai Chi and People in Parks

Why China Should Be on your to-Do List

Scared Yet?

Stories That Talk To Us

Sliding Into The Past

Flying 1950s Style

PanAm

Did You Hear?

Hot Lights in the City

Powering Into the Past

It's Almost Yarn Bombing Day!

"Flourish Over 50" Workshop Alert

Hungry For a Good Food Blog?

Be Your Own Creative Genius

A World of Pretty

Write Your Life Story (The Video)

Blog Standards  
 
Father's Day 

 
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Puddings, Glorious Puddings

The New Evolutionaries

Days Alive

iPhones and Passings

Say G'day to Your Ancestors

Gagging for Caffeine

TEN! Another Decade Flies In

Night Horrors

Seeing Red, and Eating It Too

Rain of Terror

The Charm of Star Power

Out of the Mouths

The Clack of the Keys

Recession's Alphabet Soup

R.I.P. Daily Paper

Silver Bullets Flying All Over

Those Pesky Flies

High Altitude Harbingers of Change

The Joy Of Jam

A Pilot Yearns for the Way Things Were

It's a Slippery, Scintillating World

Come Back, McPhail & Gadsby, We Need You!

GM Splutters and Gold Gets a Glow On

Spotty Info


Superman the Dreamer?

What is a Trillion Anyway?

Use Your Power

Undone By Love

Turning Wheels

The First Wives Club From Hell

Water Skiing Goes Glub-Glub

Santa's Big Fat Carbon Footprint Problem

Midlife Role Reversals – Alzheimers

The Answer – a great book!

Meet Lindsey Dawson

Lindsey Dawson is an award-winning magazine editor who has created three major women's titles in her career – More, Next and Grace.

Her seven books include two novels, Angel Baby and Lipstick in the Dust; a book on channelling called Pearls: Words of Wisdom from the Ocean of Life; and a nature-based guide to character analysis – The Elemental You: Discover and Delight in Your Primal Personality. Then there was Wise Up: How to be Fearless and Fulfilled in Midlife – an exploration of the challenges of negotiating the juicy and testing years in the decades from 40 to 60.

Her latest is The Answer, a small gift book designed to help people in all those moments when they need a touch of calm.

A past judge of the Montana New Zealand Book Awards, she has been a talkback host and newspaper reporter, a National Radio commentator and book reviewer, has been a member of the Broadcasting Standards Authority, speaks professionally about the content of her books and runs writing workshops. Visit Lindsey's website here.

Lindsey lives in a house looking out over the Pacific, north of Auckland, New Zealand, with her husband Pete and an uppity cat.

By Lindsey Dawson