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...]

The Life And History, Saint Joan Of Arc

Frequently Asked Questions Relating To The Life And History of Saint Joan Of Arc Who was Joan of Arc? Joan of Arc was a young women who led the armies of France to several key victories over the English during the Hundred Years War. A great hero to the French she was hated by the English who ultimately captured her and had her burned at the stake for heresy. The full history of Joan of Arc is both fascinating and inspiring so please visit some of the other pages at MaidOfHeaven.com to learn … [Read more...]

Hug Day celebrated January 21, 2014

National Hug Day or National Hugging Day is an annual unofficial event devised by Rev. Kevin Zaborney now residing in Caro, Michigan USA. It occurs on January 21 but is not a public holiday. The day was launched on January 21, 1986 in Clio, Michigan, USA.There are reports of it being marked in some other countries. The idea of National Hug Day is to encourage everyone to hug family and friends more often. Zaborney cautions to ask first if one is unsure of the response. Whether you hug a … [Read more...]

Celebrating a Boy! Catherine gave birth to future heir

The 'birth of an heir' in a family is enough to cause even the most mild mannered members to have their say and throw a hissy fit, imagine if the child is to be the third in line to the throne of the United Kingdom? This is where the hard work really starts, and we are wondering how will Kate fare as Royal Mother and not just Royal oven? Photo Credits: Alison Jackson Though William and Kate were hoping for their first born to be welcomed in a more “bourgeois” way, (Kate’s influence … [Read more...]

Cervical Cancer – Life After Treatment (in U.K.)

Life after treatment How cervical cancer affects your daily life will depend very much on what stage your disease is at, and what treatment you're having. Many women with cervical cancer have a radical hysterectomy. This is a major operation, and it takes around six to 12 weeks to recover from it. During this time you need to avoid lifting (e.g. children, heavy shopping bags) and heavy housework. You won’t be able to drive for anything from three to eight weeks after the operation. … [Read more...]

New Year’s Eve 2013, what is happening around the globe?

Happy New Year !!! Sydney's skyline erupted in fireworks as Australia ushered in 2013 on Tuesday, while extravagant displays soon followed in Hong Kong and Beijing, and even the once-isolated country of Myanmar joined the party for the first time in decades. Asia greeted the new year with an atmosphere of renewed optimism despite the "fiscal cliff" impasse of spending cuts and tax increases threatening to reverberate globally from the United States and the tattered economies of Europe, … [Read more...]

Lorre White celebrates London Holiday Teas

Observance of the custom originated amongst the wealthy classes in England in the 1840. Anna Maria Russell, Duchess of Bedford, is widely credited as transforming afternoon tea (or low 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 century, afternoon tea or low tea had developed into its current form … [Read more...]

Joan of Arc, the Pilgrimage, the Prophecy! * Details of Trip- MAY 3013

    Celebrating post 600th Anniversary!   up-date from ...       PILGRIM WITNESSES:   Greetings!    Time is flying by now. FYI, the final details for the Joan of Arc pilgrimage of 2012 are now posted on our website.  Here's the introduction:   -Joan of Arc and Prophet-French Pilgrimage, The dates will be May 15 thru May 27, 2013. Celebrating Joan of Arc’s 601th Anniversary   God willing, in May 2013, we will lead our sixth pilgrimage to France (our fifth … [Read more...]

Queen Elizabeth II celebrates Diamond Jubilee – 60 years on throne!!!

WINDSOR CASTLE, UK (CBS)- Monday's an important day for Queen Elizabeth. It's the 60th Anniversary of the day she became Britain's monarch. And starting tomorrow, a new photo exhibit shows this stoic figure at work and at play. Queen Elizabeth the Second is about to open the doors of Windsor Castle to the public on display a royal collection of candid photographs. PHOTO Name: Queen Elizabeth II Full Name: Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Born: April 21, 1926 at 17, Bruton Street, … [Read more...]

WOMEN of ACTION™ – Queen Elizabeth II

A Celebration of Women™ has been inspired to pay Tribute to one of our World's most enduring Matriarchs in History. Her Royal Queen Elizabeth II has risen above adversity and maintained Her Regal Quality throughout any and all challenges through personal and professional life. In full Elizabeth Alexandra Mary , officially Elizabeth II, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and of her other realms and territories Queen, Head of the Commonwealth, … [Read more...]

VDAY – International Women’s Day 2012

ON INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY, WE CELEBRATE THE EXTRAORDINARY LIFE WITHIN V-WORLDTHOUSANDS HAVE COME TOGETHER AND ARE RISING - JOIN US! V-Day celebrates women worldwide today and everyday. Activists everywhere inspire us and we thank and honor you all! This V-Season, over 5,400 V-Day benefit events are taking place on college campuses and in communities in over 50 countries and all 50 of the United States. Today alone, V-Day activists in seven countries including Canada, Spain, France, … [Read more...]

WOMAN of ACTION™ – Lady Diana Spencer *Celebration Tribute

A Celebration of Women™ has been born to Celebrate the Lives of great Women that rose above adversity, persevered through challenges and succeeded to make some kind of positive change in our World. It is an honor this day, to Celebrate the Life of an amazing woman, that not only persevered through great challenges, she transcended into a world of Royalty through marriage, motherhood and surviving great amounts of nebulous controversy and scrutiny. Through her life, this Lady managed to travel … [Read more...]

Marianne Williamson ~ Relationships as a Spiritual Adventure

1) The first thing I want to tell you about is a three part teleclass series, taking place on three consecutive Wednesdays in August, on Relationships As A Spiritual Adventure. According to A Course in Miracles, relationships are "assignments," in which people are brought together for maximal and mutual growth opportunity. Our relationships can be trips to heaven or trips to hell, depending on how we ourselves choose to interact with another person. Knowing the principles of loving … [Read more...]

AMANDA GOLDSTON – Woman supporting her Talented Hubby!

     My incredibly talented Photographer husband, Greg Goldston, has created a really beautiful Inspiring Photos Calendar for 2011 with some of his best images from all over the UK.     There are images from  Scotland to the South West of England.           ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~     It is now available to buy from www.Lulu.com .   Please check it out...great Holidays Gift Mailers!   http://www.lulu.com/product/calendar/inspiring-photos-calendar-2011/14248262     You can see all of the images in … [Read more...]

WOMAN of ACTION – Pocahontas

  WOMAN of ACTION     Pocahontas Many different depictions of Pocahontas exist today. Pictured clockwise from top left: Mary Ellen Howe (1994), Robert Matthew Sully (1850s), Thomas Sully (1852), Jean Leon Ferris (c. 1921) courtesy of William E. Ryde and the Virginia Historical Society.     Pocahontas was born in Gloucester County, Virginia, in March 1595. Her real Native American name, given by her father, Chief Powhatan, was Matoaka. Her pet name was Pocahontas, meaning "my favorite … [Read more...]

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