Archive for the ‘GIRL POWER’ Category

  • Young woman breast feeding a baby

    Mother’s Milk

    Jul 11, 13 • 1009 Views • GIRL POWER, Uncategorized, WELL BEINGNo Comments

    We’ve all become familiar with the Canadian Blood Donor Association, an organization that meets the needs of those who need blood with those who have blood to give.  Their slogan, “It’s in you to give,” has infiltrated our newspapers, television...

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    Kick some Butt

    Jun 29, 13 • 969 Views • GIRL POWERNo Comments

    As a child, I was embarrassed that my mom repeatedly enrolled me in self-defense and self-esteem classes.  When my friends would ask me what I was doing on the weekend, I would come up with any excuse not to tell them that I was enrolled at the local...

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    To Clean or not to Clean

    Jun 4, 13 • 284 Views • GIRL POWER, RELATIONSHIPSNo Comments

      This weekend the Globe and Mail caught my eye with a catchy front page; Feminism’s Final Frontier. So of course I felt compelled to find out about this final frontier and most importantly, if I had crossed it or not. To my surprise, there was no...

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    Less talking/more doing

    May 20, 13 • 301 Views • GIRL POWERNo Comments

        What we think, or what we know, or what we believe, is, in the end, of little consequence. The only consequence is what we do. – Jon Ruskin It seems the easiest thing to do in the world is to say you’re going to do something.  But, how many of...

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    TO PERSEVERANCE AND DETERMINATION

    Apr 9, 13 • 790 Views • GIRL POWER, INSPIRATIONNo Comments

    Sharing a woman’s story…She writes : Perseverance stubborn strength courage guts! I am so excited and pleased to send you this email to tell you that I finally did it. After HARD work I am the first and only person able to have an VIP escort...

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    NO NEWS IS GOOD NEWS

    Apr 8, 13 • 373 Views • GIRL POWERNo Comments

    I used to watch the news and read the newspapers all the time. Part of what prompted this habit was probably one of my teacher in high school that said, “well educated and informed people read the news.” I believed her. Later on when I entered University,...