A few years ago, I decided that I was no longer going to treat my business like a hobby -- which for me meant that I was going to seriously invest in myself and get the education I needed to turn my earned expertise into a way I could help people better their own lives and businesses.
The only thing preventing Bernie Sanders from a landslide victory in the 2016 Democratic Primaries is the notion that non-white Democrats will automatically side with Hillary Clinton. If this seems like hyperbole or an unrealistic assessment of today's political landscape, then let's look at the big picture.
Don't get me wrong. 'Aging gracefully' is lovely. In a quiet, refined, elegant kind of way. Which is great, if that's 'You.' But it's definitely not 'Me.' I was never particularly graceful when I was younger. So, why would I suddenly become that way as I age?
The most significant was a recurring dream that spanned 12 years. The tiger dream started when I was 6 years old and concluded just before I turned 18. This dream had such an impact on my life that it propelled me forward in a way I could only have imagined.
Despite progress on multiple fronts, parity between men and women remains an elusive goal. But achieving it offers huge economic potential -- if full parity were to be achieved, the contribution of women to global GDP growth could double between 2014 and 2025, adding as much as $28 trillion or 26 percent to the global economy.
As Pope Francis visits the United States many church watchers will be curious to learn of any current project our reforming pontiff may have in mind respecting the future role of Catholic women.
This upcoming month, October, is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. It is a sober reminder of the prevalence of the epidemic nationally and internationally.
You have called for a year of mercy, a time where all should be absolved of their sins if they confess. With the utmost respect, I wonder, will this be a time when the Vatican confesses its sins against women?
For centuries, women have been pressured to meet changing standards of beauty. There are billion-dollar industries built on how women can look more beautiful through make up, dieting, hair products and anti-aging treatments. From birth, we as women receive an onslaught of messaging that beauty is not within but what's on the outside.
The Kardashians may seem like your greatest obstacles in empowering your daughter, but they can be some of your greatest allies.
Look -- we get that you're under time pressure and for last minute news overviews, it's easier to just cut and paste from press releases. But if repeated research and in-depth features indicate that the press release is not a complete or accurate description of what happened, this becomes dishonest reporting.
my strong feelings for my husband, both positive and negative, were keeping me tied to him. The more I stalked his activities on Facebook or via credit card charges, the less I would be able to heal and move forward with my life.
Technology allows us to see, engage and keep up with friends and family constantly. What an amazing time to be living in. People who in the past might have fallen away from our lives, can now be in our lives daily, allowing connections that never would have been possible just a decade ago
The women of The View going mean-girl mockapalooza on Miss Colorado Kelley Johnson--and seemingly every nurse on the planet--was not a fine moment for women.
No matter how much we think we are transparent, there are some things that are, let us just say, better left unsaid. Here are the 20 things every woman thinks but never says
More than 77 per cent of women in Mali live in rural areas, according to the 4th general population and housing census (RGPH 2009). Although they have very little control over resources, including land and credit, they represent 49 per cent of the active farming population and are behind 70 per cent of food production.