But there I was years later, okay with the fact that my curls hadn’t come out perfectly because somewhere along the way to me accepting that my hair didn’t need to be perfect, I began to accept that the rest of me didn’t have to be perfect either. I could make decisions and go places and do things and didn’t have to look, sound, or FEEL perfect.
It. Was. Amazing! That may be the understatement of the decade, but a more eloquent phrase eludes me. My mind is still reeling from the significance of what happened over the weekend, as millions of women around the world peacefully marched in sisterhood. We were determined to make our voices heard and there is no doubt –… Read More
Women, it’s time we rise up, speak up and stand together for our future. America’s presidential race – as crazy and nonsensical as it has become – has brought to the forefront many areas where the rights, perceptions and opportunities of women are in desperate need of our attention. All of us must get involved and be aware.… Read More
It’s not enough for us to put our heads down and simply try to crack the glass ceiling by running into it. As women we must lift our heads up, put our arms out and with confidence push through and push up to get to the next level – to elevate ourselves to new heights and bigger dreams.
March is Women’s History Month and today is International Women’s Day. Let us honor and recognize amazing women in our lives and history, and their profound impact as entrepreneurs, engineers, movers and shakers, inventors, CEO’s, community activists, teachers, mothers, daughters, and friends; each contributing a special flavor to the mixture of life across the world.
Women in America experience tremendous pressure to look beautiful, stay in shape, and look as young as science will allow. Youth and beauty permeates advertising and marketing strategies to sell cars, food, and furniture; you cannot watch a commercial without a young woman selling something. In response, many older women buy into remaking themselves through… Read More