8 Financial Tips for Women

I've read a lot of financial blogs, books, and articles.  One thing I have noticed is a lot of them are geared towards men.  On the financial forums it seems like men are the vast majority of the participants.  Sometimes the advice is general enough to be applied to both men and women, other times it is not.  While men and women each have their own concerns about money, I would like to focus this article to women....more
@http://www.blogher.com/member/isabelleking7766  I agree.  It is so important that women plan ...more

Dear Oprah

Dear Oprah,You walked into our living rooms and reminded us that we are all connected. How you took enormous strides to connect us with you. What you did was incredible in the face of television. You changed what we knew the talking box should look like and how we relate to it.After you incredible transformation into a media powerhouse you didn't stop trying to make the world a better place in funding productions that would change how we saw the world and our history....more
diaryinparadise Yes she was great at opening up and letting it just be!more

The Women in My Life

When I saw it was March 1 AND Women's History Month.  March 1 means it is closer to spring.  After going through my first New Hampshire winter, I am ready for some spring flowers and wearing only 1 layer of clothing....more


I am doing a few NaBloPoMo posts in effort to adhere to an editorial calendar so today's NaBloPoMo post is Tuesday, February 24, 2015Have you ever attempted to make your own clothes? Tell us about the results....more

Satisfying the Tummy

I think its great that living in the 21st Century means readily accessibility to just about any cuisine anywhere. I seriously can tour the world with my stomach within two miles from my workplace.I can also gain a lot of weight very quickly....more

My bags are getting packed

I was SUPER excited when I got to the Blogher convention last year and I believed, hoped and was overwhelmed by the sheer volume of blogs and blog related items. Then reality got to the door and I am left less than impressed. I did November NaBloPoMo but found that regardless of how I posted, when I posted there wasn't "a community" of people to relate with or have support from. ...more

5 Questions with Zoe Ambler

I have the privilege of virtually meeting Zoe Ambler, published author of The Road of Darkness . Zoe is also participating in the Blogging 101 University along with publishing on Blogher NaBloPoMo posts. ...more

Morning Routine

Tuesday, January 27, 2015Tell us about your morning routine. What is one thing you want to change?...more

Habit Headaches or relief

Today I decided to do another NaBloPoMo post and the question is do you feel chained or released by your habits?I think the habits I develop consciously help me become a better person where as the habits I subconsciously are sometimes self destructive. For example going to the gym is my newest habit that is good for me as I am social as I exercise versus my subconsciously need for chocolate I will gain weight from eating 1000 Mars candy bars. ...more

A good habit that has stuck! NaBloPoMo challenge day 5

Today's challenge question.... Do you have any good habits that were hard to start but you're happy you worked to build them?My family went GMO free about a year and a half ago. Reading about what this country does to our food system makes my blood boil. For a few years, I would read about GMO's and get mad. Read and get mad, read and get mad. I was walking around mad which wasn't helping anybody, especially myself....more
I am glad you were able to stop GMO and you are right to be mad but you found a great resolutionmore