4 Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Healthy Experiences

Think Valentine's Day is all about giving chocolates and a big night out for dinner? Then it might be surprising to learn that 82 percent of people polled in an eHarmony survey said they consider February 14th as a special day to have an "experience" with their loved one instead of receiving candies and chocolates. With our suggestions you can skip the crowds and create a night to remember with healthy experiences. 1. Give a sense-evoking reminder of romance. Your girlfriend really does … [Read more...]

World Women Leadership Congress – Feb 14/15, Mumbai

Greetings from the World Women Leadership Congress & Award (WWLCA) scheduled on 14th – 15th February, 2014 at TAJ Lands End, Mumbai. The objective of the WWLCA is to identify and celebrate the outstanding leadership and achievements demonstrated by Women leaders who are reflected by their distinct innovations and initiatives brought in by them in various private and public sectors. The landmark Declaration, adopted by the General Assembly on 10 December 1948, reaffirms that “All human … [Read more...]

Celebrating Winter Solstice 2014

Winter Solstice is an astronomical phenomenon occurring in December every year when Sun's elevation with respect to Earth reaches its lowest value (-25.5 degrees). It is accompanied by the longest day on South Pole and the longest night on North Pole of Earth. In 2013, it occurs at 17:11 UTC on December 21. For the Northern Hemisphere, at the moment of winter solstice, the sun is at its greatest height as observed from the South Pole. Similarly, for the Southern Hemisphere, at the moment of … [Read more...]

Showing Children How to Fight Pollution

In a world where technology rules and children are engaged by smart phones, video games and web surfing, it’s difficult to see beyond their own needs. As a nanny or parent, though, you have the opportunity to use technology to promote ways to give back, preserve the environment and fight pollution by incorporating these lessons into your child’s daily routines. With a few suggestions to reduce consumption, recycle and promote organic products, you and your children can make a difference … [Read more...]

Celebration House™: Children’s Holiday – Play with Santa DEC 22

  MAKE NOTE: ENTRY TIMES - 11 AM, 1 PM & 3 PM   Celebration House™ is on a roll, and YOU are invited to celebrate the holidays with your children on Dec. 22. We are located right next door to DANIER LEATHER'S Head Office, Walmart is one block east, both great places to shop for one parent, while other helps the kiddie's with their cookies. We will be serving hot chocolate, juice, and snacks for kiddies, too. We are offering three ENTRY TIMES, with a couple of hours of FUN … [Read more...]

“Women in the Workplace” – JOB FAIR: EXPO for WOMEN – JAN 30/31

“Women in the Workplace” – JOB FAIR: EXPO for WOMEN - JAN 30/31 ABOUT HOST ORGANIZATION: A Celebration of Women™ is the first and only global advocacy organization where Women Leaders are being ‘celebrated’ for spearheading positive philanthropic action collectively on one central stage, the world hub. A global transformation of the women’s movement has begun; and we are on track celebrating each step made closer to gender equality through our global central platform we affectionately … [Read more...]

Odette Laurie, ‘Did you get this yet?‏’

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MAD HATTER Tea Party & Gift Show – MARCH 2

Afternoon 'high tea' is a light meal typically eaten between 4 pm and 6 pm. Observance of the custom originated amongst the wealthy classes in England in the 1840s. Anna Maria Russell, Duchess of Bedford, is widely credited as transforming afternoon tea in England into a late-afternoon meal whilst visiting Belvoir Castle, though Charles II of England's wife Catherine of Braganza is often credited with introducing tea to the court upon her arrival in 1662. By the end of the nineteenth … [Read more...]

How to Open a Company with Your Spouse

Business of Being Married: How to Open a Company with Your Spouse Today, many entrepreneurial couples are lending their talents to their own businesses by building the American dream with each other. The combined challenges of building a successful business and maintaining a harmonious marriage can become rough terrain to navigate, but for those who are able to manage it, the payoffs are tremendous. Here, we will offer practical tips on how to avoid pitfalls that can happen so that you and … [Read more...]

Children the Importance of Volunteering

“Teaching Children the Importance of Volunteering: Nannies and Children”   As a primary caregiver, it is natural to want to raise a child who is focused on others and who has a sense of responsibility to society. Children, though, do not always naturally possess these traits, especially when living in a culture that caters to an “it’s all about me” ideology. Showing children how to be selfless versus simply telling them how to be selfless may be the key to unlocking the compassion within … [Read more...]

I am Aldijana Sisic and I wear orange because…‏

It’s the last day of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence. There's still time to#orangeurworld with actions! I am Aldijana Sisic, and I am the Campaign Manager for the UN Secretary-General’s UNiTE to End Violence against Women Campaign. I am wearing orange because women and girls fight their daily battles hoping that one day they will have their human right to live a life free of violence. For real changes in women’s and girls’ lives, actions have to take place at the … [Read more...]

“Preventing Child Marriage”

"Ending Gender Based Violence" “Educating girls, ultimately educates everyone. It is the power within that can move mountains without” - Libbi Gorr A well-educated girl possesses great power—the power of thought, choice and action. Through secondary, tertiary, and higher education a girl is empowered to be an independent decision-maker, with the choice of being whoever she desires to be. Educating a girl gives her control over her life and body. She can choose her goals, profession, … [Read more...]

Who Do You Love?‏

We get pretty much what we expect to get in our relationship. What we expect to get is what we focus on. If it turns out good, we should not be disappointed. If it turns out bad, we should not be disappointed. We got what we expected. What else did we expect to get? Perhaps we should learn to be in a relationship with no expectations. In a spirit of unity, only and always work together, all the time, to create the best relationship we can. All the time. With intention. In a spirit of … [Read more...]

National Day of Remembrance/Action on Violence Against Women

The National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, also known informally as White Ribbon Day, is a day commemorated in Canada each December 6, the anniversary of the 1989 École Polytechnique Massacre, in which fourteen women were singled out for their gender and murdered. It is often marked by vigils, discussions and other reflections on violence against women. The women murdered were Anne St-Arneault, 23; Geneviève Bergeron, 21; Hélène Colgan, 23; Nathalie Croteau, … [Read more...]

WORLD AIDS DAY celebrated DEC 1 in UK!

1 December 2013 is World AIDS Day and is the day that promotes talking about HIV and attempts to spread information about the disease. By talking about HIV it is hoped that the secrecy surrounding it is eradicated.   Greater understanding about HIV and AIDS means less prejudice and better prevention. HIV is a disease that attacks the body's immune system and affects the ability to fight infection and disease.   AIDS develops when the immune system can no longer fight infections that can … [Read more...]

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