Lifestyle & Well-being

If Spirituality has different rules for women; it’s not Spirituality

spirituality

Reading Time: 3 minutesIt’s not novel for human societies to relate the oppression and exploitation of weaker groups done by powerful elements to the will of God. Often, when we suffer because the absurd rules made by humanity itself won’t let us ease our pain by making our own choices, we are told to avoid the conflict because it’ll cause us more harm. […]

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The World Demands Identical Beauty Perceptions

beauty perceptions

Reading Time: 4 minutes  Beauty has turned into a rather controversial subject over past few years with different groups stating different philosophies on what beauty is. There is a scientific approach to beauty that tells us how symmetry is perceived as beauty. Perception of attractiveness is also attributed to the judgment of finding someone capable of reproduction. We often hear that beauty is […]

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Accepting Your Uniqueness And Let Go of Everything Else

Accepting Your Uniqueness And Let Go of Everything Else

Reading Time: 2 minutes  The brilliance of womanhood will ever continue to surprise and perplex the world in a dozen of languages. The unfettered glory of timeless beauty, unmatched strength to face the hardships of life, intelligence and compassion joins to make every woman fascinating and unique. I invite you to elaborate on this today and offer you some insight to how to […]

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Healthy living, healthy career, or vice versa?

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Reading Time: 4 minutes  Wellness might seem like nothing more than a buzzword these days, but just because it’s trendy doesn’t mean that striving to live a healthy lifestyle is any less important. If it is going to be fashionable for people to be more healthy and confident in their everyday lives, then that’s something we can get behind. Some women are taking […]

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The Great Name Change Debate – Miss or Mrs and other troubles of womankind

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Reading Time: 3 minutes  I have been Kimberly Cecchini for 36 years. Since my birth, in fact. And, perhaps, until my death. According to a recent New York Times article, ‘Maiden Names on the Rise‘, I am part of the upswing. The slow upswing. Authors, Claire Cain Miller and Derek Willis, said that women largely began keeping their maiden names in the 1970’s as part of […]

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