As a former HR manager, I am sharing my ideas on how to celebrate Women’s History Month at Work in order to get employees involved.
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About a year ago via social media and “Friends of Ricki” on Twitter and Facebook, I began hearing that Ricki was returning to daytime TV with a new show.
No matter your political affiliation, most everyone understands how important the next presidential election is for the country. This week, the Democratic National Convention took place in the charming city of Charlotte, and millions of people tuned in to see just what the Democratic Party would focus on in terms of the state of our nation.
With all of the goings on in the media with the discussion of birth control and health matters concerning our bodies, this year’s International Women’s Day has more meaning that it has in the past. It’s a celebration of our contributions to the world globally, as well as a call to action involving women’s issues.
Check out my review of Daree Allen’s new book, What’s Wrong with Me?, a girl’s book of lessons learned, inspiration, and advice. It’s a book that helps our girls with self esteem, empowerment while sharing tools for conquering life’s issues that are often ignored and seldom discussed in an open forum.
ABC News alongside the UN Foundation has launched the Million Moms Challenge, an initiative “that hopes to build a vibrant community that connects moms everywhere around things all mothers care about
I am not sure where I want to go with this. A part of me is completely done with the notion of having more kids—I am 36 years old now and no spring chicken.
Which is why I was stoked to find out about the “Giving is Beautiful” campaign spearheaded by Soma Intimates, a leading maker of well-fitting bras. This nationwide charity initiative works to collect new and gently used bras for women in need.
We’ve heard so much about this woman who was taken as she was waiting at a school bus stop at the age of 11, but there has been limited communication from Jaycee and her family, who was rescued from her abductors in 2009. Jaycee had been away from her family and “hidden” in plain view in her abductors backyard for 18 years.
I do not enjoy going to the gynecologist. It’s awkward, uncomfortable at times, personal, and invasive. But it is something that must be done at least once a year to make sure that everything is okay with my body.
Yahoo! is giving up to $10,000 away to Girls for a Change, ‘a national organization that empowers girls to create social change’. By urging young women to speak up about their communities and goings on around them while nurturing their independent spirits to make positive decisions and change, GFC is truly a powerful vessel to inspire our young girls.