What was originally planned as a "two year hitch" has turned into more than two decades as a leading reporter for Kiwi current affairs television, where she has amassed numerous nominations and been voted TV Journalist of the Year.
In 1994 Mc Intyre shifted networks to TVNZ to work on reports included a 1995 Qantas Media Award winner on the abuse of boys in Otara, under the foster care of Ioanna Fuimaono; a look at the monastic lives of nuns in Mt Albert's Carmelite monastery; and a New Zealand TV scoop in 2000: an interview with Madonna. In the high profile evening slot, she has covered subjects ranging from kākāpō recovery, to the sexually upfront dating habits of Kiwi women, to preservation work on Shackleton’s hut in Antarctica.
These are all fine qualities to look for in a companion, but let's face it, you want to know that you are not wasting your time and effort with someone, only to find later on that they are not up to your standards physically in the bedroom."I was going through old journals and shoeboxes and ended up falling down a rabbit hole with my old Tumblr and Sound Cloud, realizing I grew up in a time where all of my friendships, relationships and heartbreaks have been very public," says Shepard of the inspiration behind the show.Those themes are a regular part of the Shepard's own work.It didn't last because underneath it all, I really wanted to be single. Others want a more committed relationship but pretend they just want sex so as to not scare the other person away.I didn't want to put in the work that a long term committed relationship entailed. They think if they're honest about their desires there's a chance they won't get what they want. Whenever you're honest about what you want, you risk someone saying, And that can feel a lot like rejection. But it's also someone just communicating their preference with you.