Women's Liberation: Are We Liberated?
We all talk of women's education. We all talk of women's liberation. But how far we are from the real truth?
3 Ways to Inexpensively Up-Level Your Style Statement
Your style matters! If you desire to up-level your style then you can do it. And it doesn't have to cost you a lot of money. A few shifts here and there can enhance your style statement in a powerful way.
For Women: Tomorrow Isn't Guaranteed - Take Advantage of Today
Would you postpone your tasks today for tomorrow? Why? Many uncertain circumstances could derail you tomorrow. Take advantage of today and utilize it well. For more insights, look inside.
Celebrating the Illiterate But Excellent Ghanaian Business Women: My Token for the 2019 Mother's Day
Ghana as a country can boost of considerable number of hardworking women who despite their limitations with formal literacy education, try to make ends meet while providing their families with all the material needs. This is true of these diligent women who support their husbands in tendering the... more »
It's Nearly Wedding Season... What Should You Wear?
With the beginning of wedding season just weeks away I thought this was a good time to give some tips and advice to help you put together some killer outfits for these joyous celebrations. As is always the case with fashion, age is a factor when deciding what to wear but, you may be surprised how... more »
Down and Out In Mexico
What a disappointment to make that long trek, and then find only heartache! Instead of having to make that long, painful march, only to be disappointed when huddled across the border from 'Norte America,' killing time waiting for paperwork to be processed, what if when these migrants crossed into... more »
Movie Review of "Laughing in the Dark"
Every once in a while, we need a reminder that you never know what someone is going through in their personal life. It takes courage to share that story publicly. We become better people when we can learn to empathize with others, listen and be a blessing to another.
Not Always The Bulleye
Dylan came to me with a pile of financial concerns. Would he keep his job? Would he have to sell some of his rental properties to stay afloat? Would he be able to afford the alimony payments to his three wives - and was he going to have to consider making payments to a fourth?
Shame on You!
My husband loves websites that offer free astrology readings. I don't have the heart to tell him that what they email him every morning are designed to be one-size-fits-all, because not every Leo in the world was born on the same date in the same year, and have the same rising and moon signs in the... more »
Welcoming Comfort
I was giving messages to the congregation at a Spiritualist church, and described the spirit of a frail, white-haired fellow with his eyes closed in a hospital bed. The man's energy felt like drawing breath was exhausting. But he wasn't in pain.
Are Rap Videos Like Twerk Keeping Black Women Down
Are music videos such as Twerk putting women in color in a deeper whole if you will of fanaticism of the big booty and not good for anything other than dropping it low? Your thoughts?
For Women: How to Beat the Odds
Ever notice how for some women everything seems to spiral downwards negatively while other women have it all secure, enjoying the mojo of life. What makes the difference? Simple. Look inside to find out.
How to Choose Children's Book 5 Best Tips
There are 5 easy tips How to Choose a Children's Book. Out of 233,040,800 children's books sold every year, almost forty one thousand are newly published this year. Dr. Qooz narrows down 233 million in three minutes.
Are Men and Women Not Equal?
The Battle of the Sexes is an ongoing battle. In the recent past, matters have escalated. The increasing numbers of violence, discrimination and abuse have been brought into the public consciousness and have forced society to take stock of the way it treats its women. These appalling facts beg the... more »
Dementia and My Mom
It had been coming for some time. Since last fall she had been in and out of the hospital with various infections and we thought she was gone in March when her blood pressure dropped and she had another infection, but she rallied even without the medication. The problem was she was no longer able... more »
My Story of Secondary Infertility
I thought I would take the time to share my story of personal struggle becoming pregnant with my second child. Secondary infertility is no joke and when you had no troubles becoming pregnant with your first (wanted but not planned) you go into that phase of adding onto your family thinking that it... more »
Good Treatment Of Women Is Not An Option, It Is An Obligation
Violence against women in Latin America has recently been classified as an epidemic in the region, sexual violence being one of the main forms of violence; and the situation of women in the rest of the world is not very different. According to a report by the World Health Organization and data from... more »
Women Behind Our Clothes
The apparel industry has been historically a female-dominated industry. While being a labor-intensive industry, recruitment of manpower has always been prioritizing women in the frontline. The experiences of women in this industry is a reality for most apparel manufacturing sites in different parts... more »
A Power Plant Is a Good Place to Be FROM (A Female Perspective)
I was a lone female in a male workplace in the '80's. The work culture has evolved, in many ways, though many women still have adversity in the work force. I'm proud to have been part of the change that made things better for women, though it was a very rough period of my life.
What Can I Do to Gain Leadership Experience? Become a Mentor (8 Tips for Women)
Although mentoring is one way to gain leadership experience, it takes commitment and compassion. Hence, this article suggests several crucial steps to consider before taking the leap.