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JANUARY January is all about new beginnings and fresh starts. Time to think about what we want and what we need in the New Year. Time to set our intentions and goals, make plans and lists. Take on projects to […]

DECEMBER The holiday season brings many parties and celebrations of all sorts. And lots of occasions for dressing up and wanting to look our best at any age. Power emanates from a woman who accepts her self fully and loves […]

DECEMBER The holiday season brings many parties and celebrations of all sorts. And lots of occasions for dressing up and wanting to look our best at any age.   “I would tell [myself] not to be so preoccupied with looking […]

DECEMBER The holiday season brings many parties and celebrations of all sorts. And lots of occasions for dressing up and wanting to look our best at any age. Are we seriously still judging women for getting plastic surgery? By: Frances […]

SEPTEMBER September marks the beginning of the school year. And even if we have not attended classes in ages, we are still affected through our children and grand kids, as well as our own memories. Letter to my 12 year […]

September marks the beginning of the school year. And even if we have not attended classes in ages, we are still affected through our children and grand kids, as well as our own memories. *** Imagine a woman Until we […]

I am. I am from and of The Mother. I am as I am. Wilfully harming none, none may question me.  As no free-growing tree serves another or requires to be served. As no lion or lamb or mouse is […]

If you have not already gobbled up the books in The Maeve Chronicles by Elizabeth Cunningham, I urge you to do so instantly. The trilogy begins with The Passion of Mary Magdalene, which is a wonderful re-envisioning of Mary Magdlene […]

Necessity is the mother of invention, it is said. And women have long stepped up to create solutions to the problems that they encountered in daily life as housewives, mothers and agricultural workers. I don’t think necessity is the mother […]

By Sharon Riegie Maynard If I had needed a reminder of the deplorable state of women in our country, it could not have come with greater power than via my oldest Granddaughter, Sara. Sara is an incredible young woman… you know […]