Good news ladies! It’s ok to eat biscuits. No calorie counting on the Belvita cookies. Here comes the science:
Women today don’t want to compromise : they want both physical balance and enjoyment in life.
LU wants to contribute to this sensible way of living. Within a balanced way of eating and living, there is room for 2 to 3 moments of responsible inbetweens. Belvita is the new range of biscuits that fit within a responsible and balanced food pattern. They contain wheat, fruit and more delicious ingredients like dark chocolate. The range of Belvita consists of 8 variants : Petites Fleurs Chocolate, Petites Fleurs Cranberries, Délices Cranberries Framboises, Délices Orange Chocolate, Cracotte Apple, Cracotte Strawberry, Petites Tendresses Strawberry Cranberry and Petites Tendresses Mandarine-Lemon.
For the OCD sufferers : one bag of biscuits (individual portions) contains 94 to 99 kcal, corresponding to 4-5% of the advised daily amount of calories.
First of all: good news! We’ve been able to extend the attendee list for Brussels Girl Geek Dinner #13 (on Tuesday 5 May in Galerie Artspace, Leguit 23, Antwerp) from 70 to 100 girl geeks. Thank you Maria Bingo!
If you haven’t already, add your name to the Registration Wiki to get in for free. If your name is on the list but you can’t make it, please move it to the Off List so the Reserves get a chance.
Course of the evening:
18.00 start Brussels Girl Geek Dinner #13 with some cold refreshments
19.00 Speaker Linda Niskanen, , Marketing Manager Maria Bingo Western Europe at Maria group – Unibet
19:30 Sweepstake aka belspeldelspel
19:35 Speaker 2: Murielle Scherre aka La Fille d’O
20.30 Sandwiches and networking
22:00 End of the evening. Make sure to grab your goodie bag on your way out!
Just a quick note to announce that registrations for Brussels Girl Geek Dinner #13 (on Tuesday 5 May in Galerie Artspace, Leguit 23, Antwerp) are open.
The topic is “Sin. All the things we want to do but usually don’t. Except tonight.”
And we have two great female speakers who are experts in the field:
- Speaker 1: Linda Niskanen, Marketing Manager Maria Bingo Western Europe at Maria group – Unibet
- Speaker 2: Murielle Scherre aka La Fille d’O
For those who’ve just tuned in: Brussels Girl Geek Dinners are free (including entrance, food, drinks, and even a goodie bag) but seats are limited. This is why only people whose name is on the Wiki page are allowed in.
Who puts your name on the Wiki page? You do. Just click “edit page” and add your name to the “Attendee list”.
Olja Petrovic has just uploaded the English version of her article about Girl Geek Dinners. There’s also an Italian version and the original article, in Croatian, which was published in Croatia in Plan B magazine, number 16, January of 2009.
Everyone has probably felt as a minority, at least once, in an occasion where he or she should have theoretically been surrounded by kindred spirits. Sarah Blow went to a geek dinner where the men were treating the women, who weren’t very numerous, as if they all worked in advertising – and nobody even noticed that she is a software engineer. So she decided not to waste any time, and organized a similar event – a girl geek dinner – wishing to give the participants an opportunity, at least on that occasion, to switch the roles of majority and minority. Therefore it is possible for the male geeks to participate in the geek girl dinners, but only if invited by a girl. And each one can invite only one of them. The motto is “definitely does compute”, which does mean that she uses computers but also sounds as “you can be sure that I think with my own head”.