Darling friends, It’s that extraordinary time of year again. The Women in the World Summit 2017 will be held April 5-7 in New York.
The best news is: you don’t have to buy tickets or travel to New York to attend.
The entire event is live streamed so you can watch it on your computer. Better yet, sync your computer with your telly and watch on the big screen.
Something broke in me this week. It was palpable, and a surprise to me. I hadn’t been expecting it at all.
Of course it had to do with the results of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election.
Yes something shifted. I let go, gave up, turned inward. I said, it’s not my world anymore. I feel out of touch.
Do you tell the truth about your life? That makes you a feminist. Whew, glad we got that straightened out.
(Two years ago, I posted “Are you a feminist?” If you’re still afraid of calling yourself a feminist, please read!)
Are you a nasty woman? The answer to that would also be yes. If you speak your mind, you are a nasty woman. Be proud.
Last evening, the television series The Good Wife ended. It has been running for seven years. That’s longer than many relationships.
I thought the writers did a splendid job with the finale which is always a slippery slope. No happily ever after. We did get a bit of fantasy and romance, smacked down with reality. It reflected the uncertainty of life perfectly: everything is up in the air, change or die, and life goes on.
Hello my lovelies!!! I’ve missed you!
I’m back from my travels (and the obligatory cold I get from the airplane) and have loads of things to share with you. But for now, I want to alert you that today begins one of my most important and favorite events of the year: The Women in the World annual conference in New York City, April 6-8.
This is going to be a controversial post. I know lots of you out there aren’t going to like it. Maybe I’ll even be wiped from your address book, or as we say today, contact list. But I bet you’ll keep on reading.
No one sets out wanting to be the other woman. We all want to be the woman. But then life happens. [Read more…]
⟡ Another good role model ⟡
The thing that appeals to me about fictional female sleuths is that they are fearless. They are empowered women. They live the life. They are intuitive. And they don’t suffer with getting lost or a bad sense of direction (which is the bane of my life). Female sleuths have a man in their past, but not in their present. [Read more…]
⟡ Try it and see what it does for you ⟡
And whilst we’re on the subject of words… Women and the Internet are abuzz about the word “just.” Thank you to ladybuginred, a Camp Liza reader, who commented in my last post, I’ve banished these four words on how she banished the word “just” from her vocabulary. [Read more…]
⟡ A female malady ⟡
On Sunday I was dipping into some of my fave internet reading and came across this excellent article that I desperately want to share with you. It’s a 3-minute read from The Pool. Wanting to be liked won’t earn you respect. [Read more…]
What’s with the bubble butt?
What am I not getting here? Is this a generational thing? Am I old because I think having a big butt is not such a great thing?