"Women" Blogs & Blog Posts

Kiss & BlogKiss & Blog

Relationships are tricky, and this blog won't help.

 
A Picturesque LifeA Picturesque Life

The opinions of a Democrat for Life, Feminist for Life, spiritual woman liv...

 
Women of HistoryWomen of History

A site providing biographies of some of the fascinating women who have grac...

 
Tales from Whiskey-VilleTales from Whiskey-Ville

All about sex, and dating in the modern age. Who are we? We're your ne...

 
Jiu-jitsu SenseiJiu-jitsu Sensei

This blog is a record my training & teaching experiences in the martial...

 
little pink splotcheslittle pink splotches

if you love pink, relationships, women, writing, the philippines, filipinos...

 
Jumble MashJumble Mash

Reviews, Rants, Raves and Randomness! A little bit funny, a little bit cyni...

 


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Brave New World: Australia 1930s is a special exhibition at The Ian Potter Centre: NGV in Melbourne until mid Oct 2017. The 1930s was a turbulent time in Aus­tralia’s history.  Major world events, includ­ing the Depression and the rise of to...

Most ambitious people believe that success is only achievable if you are constantly "out there". We are bombarded by images of executives and entrepreneurs who seem to have unlimited stamina for networking, making huge corporate moves, keyn...

Prov. 31:25 (NLT)“She is clothed with strength and dignity, and she laughs without fear of the future.” It strikes me…Well, it hit me again, I was walking through Wal-Mart and it strikes me as odd at a number of people not even paying atte...

Courtesy: Michael Shainblum Photography There was an incredible Solar Eclipse earlier today… I slept right through it. But I have an amazing image to show you, if you missed it. Overheard at the Meeting tonight: Imagine … How many people...

In the cognitive sciences there is a phenomenon known as the Pygmalion effect. Also known as the Rosenthal effect for one the psychologists who discovered it, the phenomenon is simple enough: It reveals that higher expectations lead to better perform...

Born in South Africa in 1959, Deborah Levy’s family exiled themselves to London in 1968 as opponents of Apartheid. She started writing poems, plays and novels in the 1980s. Her 2011 novel, Swimming Home, a dark fable about a famous poet holidaying...

Nancy Wake (1912-2011) was born in the New Zealand city of Well­ing­ton, last child of Charles Augustus Wake and Ella Rosieur. The fam­ily moved to Sydney when Nancy was a toddler. Shortly afterwards, her father abandoned the family, so she rebell...