Working Women: Elise Xavier, The Life Of A Young And Successful Blogger

I met Elise Xavier through blogging some time ago. She and her husband, Thomas, have a very successful blog called “More than just surviving.” They also have a personal blog called “Elise and Thomas”, which is the one I follow and read often. They have other projects on the Internet and a big social media […]

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What do you find attractive in a guy (or girl)?

My friend Paloma was visiting last week and we got to talk about what we found attractive in guys; those traits that transform an average men (or women) into a 9 or 10. She told me that her number one measurement of sexiness is music. If a guy knows how to play an instrument his […]

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Broadly – A Window Into Women Experiences

Do you like to get snippets into other women’s lives and cultures? Maybe a 10-minute video that helps you understand what other females like and do around the world? I find that videos are a perfect tool to get some insight into what others are doing. They are able to give you a picture into […]

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Thoughts On Makeup And The #Nomakeup Movement

My thoughts on makeup are simple: I don’t use it. I am a natural member of the #nomakeup movement, which excuses, and justifies, my laziness. I am too indolent to spend more than 10 minutes grooming every morning. On the other hand, I have plenty of friends that are experts at beautifying themselves and looking […]

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Park Politics: How To Handle Children (And Parents) At The Park

Taking your children to the park requires high social skills. Meaning that, as parents, we need to make wise decisions about our kids’ interactions with other kid, and, most importantly, with other parents. My favorite method is to sit back, read a book, and let children do their thing. Interceding only when necessary, aka when […]

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