“We don’t need fixing. The world needs fixing.”



I’m Kathryn, GlobalWoman Creator and Curator


I am a red-headed white woman of Irish ancestry living on Gadigal land of the Eora Nation. You may know this land as Sydney Australia.


There comes a time in every woman’s life when she has to decide to change herself to fit the world or change the world itself.* 


I was that woman.


I know I’m not the only woman who is done, possibly exhausted, fixing, bettering, and improving herself to fit into a world that wasn’t made for us. 


Which is why I created GlobalWoman. 


To find my way in the world.


Find Your Way in the World With GlobalWoman

In ancient Greece, Muses graced the world as inspirational goddesses, weaving creativity into the fabric of literature, science, and the arts. Their timeless influence shaped the very essence of knowledge, creating myths that spoke to everyday life.


In modern life, the gifts of the Muses are within you, to be cultivated and expressed as creativity.


Inside GlobalWoman, we talk about the Muses of: 


• Following the Sun and circling the calendar year

• Navigating the lunar cycles

•Creative entrepreneurship

Cultivating your genius, freeing your gifts, and sharing your luminous and

The muses we meet on the way

2024 GlobalWoman Offerings

Inspired by our favourite muse, the current quality of time.

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Be inspired by the Muse of Saturn in Pisces (2023-2026), and ignite your creative renaissance with GlobalWoman’s 215-page guide, Luminous Wonder.

Inanna. Ishtar. Lilith. Venus.


Four Goddesses. Four Muses. Four Courses. Four Weeks. In 2024, embark on a transformative journey through four 4-week courses.

A few things we love at GlobalWoman…

The magic and mysteries of the lunar cycle. Always.

Allison Russell

“A mother, a musician, a writer, a Scottish Grenadian Canadian – a mixed heritage, queer, black woman. I’m a survivor of 10 years of severe childhood sexual, physical, and psychological abuse. My primary abuser was my adoptive father. A white American man – twisted by intergenerational violence – raised in a white supremacist family, in a sundown town, in Southern Indiana. We are all connected. What happened to him as a child, in America – harmed me – decades later – as a child, in Canada. I left home at 15 – run, or die. I’ve slept in cemeteries. On park benches. I’m not a college graduate. I’m not famous. I’m not rich. But I am the hero of my own story. We all are. We all have a sphere of influence, a voice, and a perspective that matters. We all carry our scars.”

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The poetry of Mary Oliver:

“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?”

– Tarana Burke and the Me Too movement. This is what a trailblazer looks like.


– Layla Saad of Wild Mystic Woman and her writings on centering the stories, art and magic of women of colour.


– Tori Amos’s ‘Songs for Pele’: “An alternative, bloodletting record of a woman confronting the patriarchy”.


– Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza who coined the term ‘Kyrarchies’.


Ms Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza, a Roman Catholic feminist theologian, is a radical feminist who studies liberation theology. Kyriarchy is a term that extends patriarchy to encompass and connect to other structures of oppression and privilege, such as racism, ableism, capitalism, sexism etc.


– Muriel Ruskeyer: “The universe is made of stories, not of atoms.”


– *Laurie Penny’s ‘Unspeakable Things: Sex, Lies and Revolution’.

“To be creative means to connect. It’s to abolish the gap between the body, the mind, and the soul, between science and art, between fiction and nonfiction.”

“There comes a time in every woman’s life where she has to decide to change herself to fit the story, or change the story.’ |

This 32-minute Facebook video from Brené Brown on power and privilege.


– A long time ago, in what now feels like a galaxy far far away from my current life, I spent a lot of time in India being a ‘seeker’. Read more here.


– Carol Gilligan’s ‘In a Different Voice’ and the ethics of care:

“If patriarchy is an idealization of a past that requires silencing and lies, radical listening is the reckoning.”

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