You want to live on your own, but don’t know where to start or how to move out. These 10 tips for moving out will show you what you need to do, starting today.
If you’re wondering if freelance photography is for you, don’t pass by this photographer’s tips! In this photographer job description, a professional freelancer offers career tips and shares the dark and light aspects of taking pictures for a living.
Rushton began working as a freelance photographer in 2009 after taking formal training in Vancouver, BC, Canada. Her business began in a flash after booking eight weddings in the first year, and many more […]
Many women secretly wish they were more beautiful – and the good news is that there are easy, natural ways to improve beauty! These natural beauty secrets are from psychologists, life coaches, and doctors…and they’re accompanied by beauty quotations from the gorgeous, smart Sophia Loren.
“Beauty is how you feel inside, and it reflects in your eyes. It is not something physical.” ~ Sophia Loren.
A beautiful woman isn’t all pouty lips and long eyelashes…she’s kind, compassionate, and optimistic. She […]
A woman can lose her personal identity in a romantic relationship – and not realize it until it’s too late. These tips on how not to lose yourself are inspired by George Eliot, a prolific writer who lived in the 1880’s. Her real name was Mary Anne Evans (she used a male pen name so her work would be taken seriously).
George Eliot was a big believer in not losing yourself, in standing […]
At a recent Helping Without Hurting seminar, I learned several tips for counseling people in poverty. The more you learn about poverty, the more effective you’ll be as a counselor – even if you’re not counseling materially “poor” people.
Failing and bouncing back is one of the most important ways a woman can succeed. We have to be willing to fail and bounce back if we want to grow — and soar! These thoughts on building resilience are from Rachel Naomi Remen, MD.
“The willingness to win OR lose moves us out of an adversarial relationship to life and into a powerful kind of openness,” writes Dr. Rachel Naomi Remen in Kitchen Table Wisdom: Stories That Heal. “From such a position, we can make a greater commitment to life.”
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Has life shattered your heart? Here are five tips on how to survive with half a heart, inspired by a girl who survived six heart attacks by the time she was nine years old.
When you’re caring for elderly parents, you’ll have more questions than answers. These 10 practical tips are from a woman taking care of her 91 year old mom.
The best birthday gifts that say “I love you” are experiences – not flowers, diamonds, or junk (though it depends on what you do with your junk!).
Before the gift tips, here’s a quip to put in the birthday card:
“Let us now set forth one of the fundamental truths about […]
After a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer and undergoes chemotherapy treatments, how did her relationship with her dog change? I’m working on my Master’s of Social Work (MSW) at UBC in Vancouver.