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Alexis Meads

3 Essential Ways to Stay Grounded During Times of Stress

Alexis Meads | July 28, 2016 | Women
Some signs to know if you're not grounded may include: poor sleep, digestive problems, anxiety, worry and spaciness... just to name a few! If change is a given, how can you feel calm and grounded during times of stress?
Jeffrey Russell

One Man's Advice on Gender Diversity? Listen to Women

Jeffrey Russell | July 28, 2016 | Women
I have had the privilege of having a strong line of women in my life, from my grandmother Maggie, who lived to 100, to my mother June, who recently passed, to my wife, Martine, with whom I am celebrating 25 years of marriage. Finally, there is my daughter, Maggie, who recently graduated from university and to whom I devote part of this video.
KnowMore TV

Friends, Politics And Social Media: How To Survive This Election

KnowMore TV | July 28, 2016 | Women
The upcoming elections have opened a floodgate for turning difference of opinions into full out social media wars and sometimes loss of friendships. In a day and age when nearly two-thirds of American adults (65%) use social networking sites, it's almost impossible to ignore the question of how...
UN Women

Rugby players in Georgia win the game against violence

UN Women | July 28, 2016 | Women
Crossposted from UN Women. From starring in billboards and videos to meetings with men and boys across the country, Georgian rugby players are leading advocacy to end violence against women. Public perception is changing, survivors are seeking support, and men and boys are taking a stand against...
Mallory Moss

The U.S.'s Most Popular Baby Names By State -- Regional Differences, Trends And Surprises!

Mallory Moss | July 28, 2016 | Women
By now, many of us in the baby naming business (whether a parent-to-be or a name enthusiast) are aware of the 2015 Most Popular Baby Names as reported by the U.S. Social Security Administration. Many of the same names from the last ten years appear on this list, including the...

5 of the Top Lies We Tell Ourselves

GalTime | July 28, 2016 | Women
There's a liar around you everyday -- and it's you! Don't feel badly about it, we all lie to ourselves at one time or another. The problem is that self-lies are the catalyst for self-sabotaging, self-defeating behavior and could keep you from the success you say you want -- and deserve.
Anjali Shah

Why I Bought Boys' Underwear For My Daughter

Anjali Shah | July 28, 2016 | Parents
I was shocked that clothing manufacturers somehow decided that only boys would enjoy having their favorite Star Wars characters on their underwear. That only boys would be interested in sci-fi and space.
Debra L. Morrison

Mrs.Jerry Emmett-A Woman To Emulate

Debra L. Morrison | July 28, 2016 | Women
I want to champion women giving attention to themselves; caring for themselves. Caring for their health, their money and investing in themselves.
Whitney Lloyd

I'm The Facebook Mom Everyone Loves To Hate

Whitney Lloyd | July 28, 2016 | Parents
I am apparently the hippie-crunchy-granola mom who has been accusing of shaming other moms simple because of my lifestyle. Yes, I am the mom everyone loves to hate. You cringe at my posts on social media. You judge me when I walk by. You complain to your other mom friends about me.
Jerry Bowles

Bill and Hillary: An American Love Story

Jerry Bowles | July 28, 2016 | Politics
As insufferable as many of them are, the Sanders army reminded us of our younger, more idealistic selves. I like to think there is some of that '60s revolutionary spirit left. Hillary may be my generation's last chance to get it right.
Joyce Maynard

Author Joyce Maynard On How She Came To Love Hillary Clinton After 45 Years

Joyce Maynard | July 28, 2016 | Fifty
Forty six years ago, when I was an 18-year-old Yale freshman, my scholarship job was to clear away the dishes three nights a week in the Yale Law School dining hall. I have little doubt that among those whose plates and silverware I picked up were Hillary Rodham and Bill Clinton.
Judith A. Salerno

An Urgent Call For Health Equity In Breast Cancer

Judith A. Salerno | July 28, 2016 | Impact
As it stands today, African-American women are roughly 40 percent more likely to die of breast cancer than white women. Even looking at mortality rates - which have decreased for all women in the U.S. since 1990 - the decreases began earlier and are greater for white women than for African-American women.
Women Entrepreneurs (WE) NYC

Scarcity Consciousness vs. Prosperity Consciousness

Women Entrepreneurs (WE) NYC | July 28, 2016 | Women
Your beliefs may play a bigger role in your wealth than you think. Over the years I have come to realize that there are many different levels of awareness to thinking positively.
Jamie Davis Smith

Boudiour Photographer Jen Rozenbaum's Secrets To Becoming Shamelessly Feminine

Jamie Davis Smith | July 28, 2016 | Women
Boudoir photography has been a popular choice for women looking for a truly intimate and personal gift to present to a significant other on their wedding day, anniversary, or before a long separation when deployment or jobs on opposite coasts will keep a couple apart for an extended time. Yet, more and more women are booking boudoir shoots for themselves.
Renee Fisher

An Open Letter To Ivanka Trump

Renee Fisher | July 28, 2016 | Fifty
Few would argue against the idea that you are a poised, articulate, capable young woman. You have lived a life of privilege, without coming to the conclusion that this makes you entitled. I applaud you. You deeply respect and greatly admire your father. No parent would ask for more.
Leigh M. Clark

I'm Not Alright, But It's Going To Be Okay....

Leigh M. Clark | July 27, 2016 | Women
It dawned on me that I've never met the child who I will be the parent to one day. Perhaps it won't be born of my body, but it will be born of my soul. I hope to one day float with them on a Saturday morning, hopefully not watching their heartbreak.
Lee Webster

More Than a Roof: Women's Shelters Changing Lives

Lee Webster | July 28, 2016 | UK
The UK government has in recent years done much good work on violence against women and girls in their development programmes and funding and this has frankly saved women's lives. But now more than ever, we must keep up the momentum and commit to more core, flexible and long-term funding for women's rights organisations.

Why I Chose Porn

Jade | July 28, 2016 | UK Lifestyle
Diving head first into the adult industry meant I had to grow up fast. It's helped me develop into a confident, well-rounded person. It's given me an understanding of life I would never have achieved by going down a different career path.
Marty Rudoy

This 1969 Clip of Hillary Clinton Will Amaze You (Video)

Marty Rudoy | July 27, 2016 | Women
I have long felt that the baby boomer generation, my generation, did not fulfill its potential after coming of age in the late 1960s. In her 1969 college commencement address, Hillary Clinton spoke for our generation. Her words still resonate today. Whichever side you were on, we learned who...
Marty Rudoy

This 1969 Clip of Hillary Clinton Will Amaze You (VIDEO)

Marty Rudoy | July 27, 2016 | Women
I have long felt that the baby boomer generation, my generation, did not fulfill its potential after a promising start in the late 1960s. In her college commencement address, Hillary Clinton spoke for a generation. Her words still resonate today. Whichever side you were on, we learned who we...
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