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Beauty is not in the smoothness of the skin of our youthNor the length of our hair, or a wrinkle free neckIt is not in the shape of breasts or the size of the waistIt is in the way your eyes danceYour body sways with the musicAnd the rhythms of life that y
Marta · 47 days ago

Heart smiles, for me, are positive moments in time that nurture the expansion of my heart in terms of spirit. These experiences have a lasting and sometimes profound influence on how I view the world. They restore my faith in humanity, nudge me to believe
Scritch · 105 days ago

This month's topic is WOTV is Making a Heart Smile Collage, so what is this and why are we doing it?  Read the press release here for details. I have felt so many times in my life that I don't always know my purpose.  What can I do to best serve our higher
AnaLewis · 107 days ago

As I prepare for the last episode of A Show To Remember, I look back at this past year. It has been a year of growth and learning for me.Today, Cyrus Webb, the host of Conversations Live, the founder of Conversations Magazine, and Conversations Book Club, 
Marta · 140 days ago

The Give A Book Campaign, is not about any particular author. The books that are present in the videos are a representation and the authors kindly joined the campaign. It is not about whether you are published by a traditional publishing house, a small pre
Marta · 159 days ago

Typically I blog on the 1st of every month, however, this month, as we are discussing Women's Health, I have been neglectful. I am a late arriver to the party. This has been a very busy month for me, as one of my sons and his fiance got married. It has t
AnaLewis · 176 days ago

  It was the sort of awakening that occurs when a phone’s ring interrupts a deep sleep–the kind that if needed, propels one into motion, only there was no phone ringing, I simply felt called. Less than 20 minutes later I was checking in with the night secu
Elin · 201 days ago

I recently finished Adventures in Mother-Sitting, by Doreen Cox. It left me astonished by the level of its intensity and how much it helped me to see my life as a caretaker and to learn to grow past that, taking the joy and memories with me, but learning a
Marta · 202 days ago

I've been writing about living successfully with a chronic illness (in my case lupus) on my regular blog. But i'm not just interested in my own voice. I'd love to hear from other pain fighters and get them to share their stories, too. Click HERE to read ab
theblandau · 204 days ago

September 16, 2013 | Author: Terry Gibson Aquabus, Granville Island, Vancouver, B.C., Canada (Photo credit: Curtis Cronn) How do I change when I am writing? With great difficulty. It depends on three vital points. Where am I writing? While on the Skyt
bookmark_terry · 220 days ago

It has been nearly three years since I rode. After conquering the worst of my vertigo and panic attacks, I became quite comfortable in the saddle. Chrome and I were doing extremely well together, learning each other’s foibles and idiosyncrasies. Then life
Marta · 229 days ago

Shortly after I joined Facebook and the world of social media, I joined Women On The Verge. It was August of 2010, when I became a member of WOTV. During the last three years, I have learned so much about the similarities and differences in women. I have b
Marta · 229 days ago

Hi, my name is Ana Lewis and I am the founder of WomenontheVerge.net (WOTV). As I say that sentence, I expect to hear you say, “Hi Ana,” in the same monotone voice of an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. Am I admitting my addiction to having a strong network o
AnaLewis · 234 days ago

Across the field they ran And through the trees they flew Up the hill they scampered Over the river they jumped Regal is her fur friend Majestically he moves Long legs and golden mane And tail that flows behind His silver eyelashes Frame such loving brown
Marta · 234 days ago

From the time my mother Patricia Moran could read and write, she wanted to be published. She wrote all her life. During the last few days of her life,  she asked me to finish her stories and books and publish them.   The first of the short stories she star
Marta · 246 days ago

Today I began an experiment. I planted two hemp plants in two different pots. One seedling will get tons of love. I put a sign on it that says, “Tell me that I am beautiful and that I will grow up to be a big and healthy hemp plant.” On the other, I said,
AnaLewis · 255 days ago

One word? Yes, just one word. Come on, we all know it, only some of us really struggle with that one little word. Have you guessed yet? That little pesky word, no. So short, yet so troublesome. OK, so I'm not very good at saying no. I have had to practice,
Elle · 262 days ago

Private life, public life, striking the balance? Simply your life week. Well, this is what I've been doing for a while. I think. OK, OK, I'm still working on it. It's not easy, but I'm trying. Trouble is there's always too much to do, and it's hard to let
Elle · 264 days ago

So excited about my interview with the Bolton Common. We discussed nurse mare foals (the dirty little secret of the horse industry) and Dinky: The Nurse Mare's Foal. http://bolton.m.wickedlocal.com/wkdBolton/db_103078/contentdetail.htm?contentguid=V6iu8jo
Marta · 279 days ago

Writing works on any wound.
sdshattuck · 284 days ago

I wrote a rant today in which I said terrible things: nasty comebacks to an ignorant, oft uttered comment and a whole hypothetical conversation, all designed to make people who've uttered such things feel small and..... Keep reading HERE.
theblandau · 285 days ago
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