"Inspiration" Blogs & Blog Posts

A Year From Oak CottageA Year From Oak Cottage

Food for the soul, eyes and tummy

 
The Uniboob ClubThe Uniboob Club

With my blog I offer my own story, my humor and my battle as a source of ho...

 
Elaine BissElaine Biss

The Creative Musings of a Couture Designer

 
Real Life. Real Perspectives.Real Life. Real Perspectives.

As my personal blog does now, PMW will feature a creative fusion of the hot...

 
Pure FaithPure Faith

A blog where I share my greatest passion in life- my walk with my Saviour. ...

 
Be EncouragedBe Encouraged

A good news destination to brighten the day of visitors.

 
VentVent

I've always seen my life as one continuous move. And each moment a ser...

 


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Every day on Facebook, Twitter & Google Plus we share some of the latest spots our locals in 67 cities have “spotted”. In case you missed them, here’s our new pick of 5 fresh tips for unique and interesting spots we’d like...

Back in 1999, American photographer Annie Leibovitz published the book, Women, which encompassed a diverse selection of women. It was a very special and personal book for Annie because it featured many of the women she admired and respected. She dedi...

Ghent, Gent, Gand, the birthplace of Charles V – Holy Roman Emperor, sheep central, student city and formerly the second biggest city in Europe. (Note: emphasis on formerly, we’re talking Dark Ages here!) The locals have Charles V to th...

Your dream home is apparently only a year's worth of physical labor, cost of supplies, and a work crew of children away— if you want it badly enough. In 2008, single mother of four Cara Brookins felt trapped: she was simultaneously living with...

Hello and welcome to Boston! Despite what you may have heard from movies starring Matt Damon, Boston isn’t all cold weather, tough guys, and people pronouncing words weirdly. Boston is one of the most interesting cities in the USA. It’s s...

Low-level grunt work can feel demoralizing, but there’s a good reason to do it well anyway. If the people you work with don’t think you can handle making coffee, they’re probably not going to put you in charge of big projects.Read more...

Setting a long-term goal is an easy if vague way to plan your life. You know you want to lose weight or pay off debt. If you really want to reach those goals, though, you need individual steps to get there.Read more...