Life Blogs

    West of Prep

    My name is Ali {aWa} and I run a little blog {west of prep}. At 18 years old, I've begun the educational trek to nursing school, all the while wishing I lived on another coast. I am constantly charmed by the southern way of life & searching for my own purpose while trying to survive college and everything "growing up" brings....more

    West Philly Mama

    Sandra is a West Philadelphia Mama (not born and raised, but she does spend most of her days on the playground).  She is a former professional activist turned stay-at-home-mom. Happily married to her best friend with a precocious toddler, pug and another on the way (baby, not pug). She blogs about my life as a queer, Latina, feminist reclaiming family values....more

    Western Science Has Become As God

    Science has essentially taken the place of God in the western world. Culture esteems scientific knowledge as concrete, verifiable, and the ultimate method to truth. If one cannot prove a thing scientifically it is, most likely, untrue by default. ...more

    Wet Coast Women

    A community site for women bloggers on the west coast....network, make friends, promote your blog! ...more

    Whale Ears and Other Wonderings

    My learning adventures as an expat mom, currently in Cairo ...more

    what a cup of tea

    Counting and Colorblindness ...more

    What a Trip...Travels from Northern California

    Fort Bragg - Come for the fun, stay for the food Chef Gregorio Garcia & Piaci Owner Cynthia Ariosta ...more

    What am I still doing in Cancun?

    Location Mexico I’m a singing, Salsa-dancing, American, 41-year-old mother of a Cuban-American Mexican baby boy. I am living in Cancun, and I am married to a Cuban musician. I grew-up in Michigan and attended Michigan State University (Go Green! Go White!). After college I lived in Chicago for about 9 years, and had two different careers, until I got the bright idea to move to Cancun. I met my husband here (although it wasn’t as simple as it sounds) and my son was born here in 2009. I would now like to move back to the U.S., but Papi ain’t havin’ it. This is my story…...more

    What An African Woman Thinks

    She describes herself as an African Woman thinking out loud ...more

    What Are You?

    This is my little corner of the online world where I can talk about what it's like to be mixed, half-white and half-black that is. I'm a native Texan living in Tennessee, and have spent most of my life below the Mason-Dixon line, which gives me an interesting perspective on what it means to be a brown person in this day and time. Hopefully, this blog will foster discussion on the biracial/multiracial experience....more

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