OCT 1, celebrates first official International Coffee Day

The first official International Coffee Day takes place on 1 October 2015. Join the 75 Member States of the International Coffee Organization and dozens of associations and businesses in celebrating coffee’s journey of diversity, quality and passion. Coffee is a brewed drink prepared from roasted coffee beans, which are the seeds of berries from the Coffea plant. Coffee plants are cultivated in over 70 countries, primarily in the equatorial regions of the Americas, Southeast Asia, India and … [Read more...]

“Revocation of Vows” , George Delong

Soul Contracts Basically a soul contract is the purpose that the soul has for sending an aspect of itself into an experience of consciousness—In this case, on this planet an experience of human 3rd dimensional consciousness. The soul is continually seeking to learn, grow and to expand and it often relies on the experiences of other aspects that it has sent out into (in this case) human reality, the human experience. Once in physical incarnation the concept of free will exists, but at the same … [Read more...]

Young Woman’s Guide Improving High-Stakes Testing Results

From a young age, students must take standardized tests for academic advancement or societal accolades. A test score can stand between a student and her dream university or will decide whether she has the freedom to drive. It is imperative that young women adequately prepare for high-stakes tests, so they can surge forward and achieve greatness. Here are some of the most common tests a young woman may encounter in her adolescence and methods to help her succeed. Academic Standardized … [Read more...]

Females Who Have Changed the Animation Industry

Among other things, the release of Brave by Pixar is being singled out for being the studio’s first release with a female lead character. Over the years, Pixar, along with its parent company Disney, has been greatly criticized for holding on to outdated gender stereotypes – think helpless princesses, gallant princes, evil witches etc., a theme which is thankfully beginning to change. Pixar didn’t help its reputation amongst feminists when the original Brave director, Brenda Chapman, was replaced … [Read more...]

WPD2015, Photo Memories of Peace Makers

Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on 21 September. The General Assembly has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples. The theme of this year’s commemoration is “Partnerships for Peace – Dignity for All” which aims to highlight the importance of all segments of society to work together to strive for peace. The work of the United Nations would not be possible without the initial … [Read more...]

L’shanah tovah! to the HEY Year of 5775

The words "Rosh Hashanah" translate into "head of the year." For 2015 the Jewish calendar shows the year 5775 as HEY (a window, looking, hands lifted, beholding something great, reveal.) Two Thousand and Fifteen will be a year of seeing: a year of watching and tremendous revelation. We will need to stand strong in our identity in Christ as we speak to the mountains that are revealed. As we take authority in Christ we are going to see huge advancements in the Kingdom of God, but not without … [Read more...]

Bubbles & Bucket Lists! – Sept 24

Bubbles & Bucket Lists! Always thought about creating your very own bucket list? Love being around other fabulous women (especially with a glass of bubbly?!?) Ready to start fully experiencing your life? Come join other fun, like-minded women who want to play even BIGGER in their life. Join us on Thursday, September 24, 7-9pm Tickets $30 Early Bird only $25 (for action-takers before August 31) Enjoy a glass of bubbly as you create your very own bucket … [Read more...]

Back to School Anxiety, By Dr. Joan Simeo Munson

Empowering Parents says: "As the start of the school year approaches, have you seen your first grader go into meltdown mode at the mention of school, or watched your soon-to-be kindergarten student regress back to baby talking and thumb sucking? Rest assured that you’re not alone. Each fall, millions of parents deal with their children’s beginning-of-the-year anxiety. For younger children starting school—whether it’s pre-school, kindergarten, or a transition into the first or second … [Read more...]

Dr. Wayne Dyer, in memory of passing on Aug 30

Wayne Dyer passed away Aug 30th. It seemed like a random day and a tragic loss for so many of us. But as we were preparing his obituary and information for the press release about his passing we were going through I Can See Clearly Now, his memoir for information to share about his life: we noticed that August 30th was in fact a very important date in Wayne’s life. August 30, 1974 was, in fact, what Wayne considered the most important day of his life. It was the day that Wayne went to the … [Read more...]

How to Start a Successful Networking Group for Women

In an economy where women only made 82.5 percent of men’s median earnings in 2014, the Institute for Women’s Policy Research reports, women supporting women in the professional sphere is crucial for the advancement of workplace equality, as well as provides emotional benefits. Elizabeth Mays, author of "The Get-Ahead Guide: Go from Job Zero to Successful Career Professional," knows the power of women's networking groups. “Connecting with a supportive network of successful, ambitious women can … [Read more...]

5 Excellent Tips to Help You Quit Smoking for Good

Quitting smoking for good isn't easy, but with the five excellent tips below, you'll be able to kick your habit and get on the path towards health. Have a Solid Reason to Quit Saying that you want to quit smoking because you know it's bad for your health may not be a good enough reason to motivate yourself to stick with your goal. Instead, you need to come up with a personal and powerful reason to kick the habit, whether you want to protect your kids from harmful secondhand smoke, … [Read more...]

Certain Risk Factors Make Females Vulnerable to Drug Abuse

Drug abuse is an issue that people suffer with all over the world, but did you know that there are certain risk factors that make women more vulnerable to drug abuse than men? In order to help yourself or someone you love, continue reading to learn more about what these risk factors are, as well as what you can do to avoid them and avoid falling victim to drugs. Different Factors for Females Than Males During a study conducted involving young girls and women ranging from the ages of 8 to … [Read more...]

Simple Ideas for a Religious Fundraiser

Hosting a religious or church fundraiser is a great way to raise awareness for an important issue that you are trying to solve, and it is also a great way to give back to the community and ultimately bring some much-needed donations into your non-profit organization to support your local community, provide for those in need, and preach positive messages about peace and love. But organizing any fundraiser can be difficult, so what are some simpler ways to get a special religious fundraiser … [Read more...]

8 Steps to Connect You to Your Feminine Divine

Women helped birth the world. Once, women were honoured as strong, beautiful, creative, sensual beings. In those ancient times, we humans were keenly attuned to the heartbeat of the planet. Life was lived on the edge. Our survival as a species depended on our ability to live in harmony with the world. The feminine aspect of life was necessary for our very survival, and the sacred feminine was honoured by ancient around the world as bringer of life, growth, decline, death and … [Read more...]

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