About Amanda

Amanda Viviers is an Author, Speaker, Creative Ninja, Novice wife and Mum. The author of four books and she can be found most days at her shack close to the beach writing her fifth. She is a presenter on radio across New Zealand and Australia and is the co-founder of Kinwomen; a network that advocates for women globally. From a corporate leadership setting, she unexpectedly found herself at 36 married and a new Mum. From this season of change, her innovative communication style is full of stories about flexibility, strength, self-care and re-establishing your identity in the changing seasons of life. She lives a creative life, helping women find their voice and her greatest joy is to help people live inspired.

You get diminishing returns when you are restricted to your comfort zone. Sunday Adelaja Lately, I have been learning that my perspective on relationships is always altered by my own perceptions about myself.Allowing others to love me or being able to love others well. Is always impacted by the way […]

6 Ways I am Learning To Love Me Better

  “Courage starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen.”  Brene Brown Have you ever feared being really seen? Our online culture is ever present in this reality in our lives. Let’s be honest here. One of my big fears is being tagged in a photo on social media. […]

My Fear Of Being Seen

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Every Tuesday morning  on 98five Kinwomen will be talking about our theme for 2018. Anchored by Mike from the Morning Show. In 2018, Kinwomen is applying a filter to life. The filter of FEAR. It is not a singular issue. As if the question is,Are you fearful? How controlling is […]

Kinwomen now on the Morning Show

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“The joy of brightening other lives, bearing each others’ burdens, easing others’ loads and supplanting empty hearts and lives with generous gifts becomes for us the magic of the holidays.” W.C Jones Christmas can be lonely especially for those with unmet expectations, so how do we find joy in unlikely […]

Finding Joy In Unlikely Places

There is a day of lament happening in Perth. They are gathering people of faith to respond to the findings of the royal commission into child abuse in institutional settings, to show that we are listening and that we are committed to justice. They are an interdenominational group of lay people […]

Day of Lament