When we acknowledge women who have spoken before us by commenting on their appearance.
When we tell a mother with a young baby that she shouldn't have brought him to an event.
When we assume the woman we haven't seen for years who turns up with her kids is a stay at home mum.
When we demand that someone else spend their time on something for us, even though they aren't really obliged to.
When we assume the youngest woman in the room is the most junior person. Even when there are younger men.
When we restrict our definition of working to being in paid employment outside the home.
These are all things I've observed in the last week.
We're not perfect, we never will be, and we are moulded by the environment we live in. Somedays though I wonder if we all should try a little bit harder.