Welcome to this weeks carnival ladies, before we jump in to all the great blog posts. March 8th is International Women’s Day. To celebrate the difference of women and the fantastic genes that make even our kids love us, All for Women and Imaginif are featuring pics of our women readers.
No matter what you look like, we want to celebrate you on our special day – International Women’s Day. Send us a digital pic of you to feature on our sites on March 8th. Include your name or pseudonym, your age, the country you live in and a message about what you believe in as a woman. It might be a pic of just you, a pic with your girlfriends or a pic with your kids. What ever you have on file or what ever sums you up, we want the pick of the crop – women of every different shape, shade and age…women who have something to show – themselves and everything that women do.
So send us in your pictures ladies, and lets celebrate how wonderful we all are!
Tip Diva presents Top Ten Tips – A Day With No Valentine posted at Tip Diva, saying, “Hey, you. Are you going to be single and alone for Valentine’s Day? Yes? Well, you don’t have to mope around. Whether you usually like the day or think it’s some Hallmark conspiracy, a single night doesn’t have to go to waste. Here’s how to make a no-date Valentine’s Day great.”
ananga presents Have you De-cluttered Your Head Lately? posted at Ananga Sivyer’s Living by Design Blog, saying, “Some of my fellow female bloggers have been writing lately on the subject of de-cluttering. De-cluttering cupboards, de-cluttering rooms, workplaces etc. And that got me thinking about another key area that really benefits from being free from clutter. The clutter in our heads. What are we tucking away in corners and lugging around with us that we don’t need anymore?”
Tamika M. Murray presents There’s Life After the Darkness, in the Color Purple posted at PJSandAMovie.
Tali presents The Veil Fetish Pinup posted at The Pinup Shop Blog, saying, “A lot of noise has been raised in the feminist and Muslim communities over the art of Makan Emadi and the appearance of a new “misogynistic male fantasy”: Veil Fetish”
Tali presents Armand Morin’s “An Obvious Truth” – Possibly too Obvious posted at The Marketer Review, saying, “Armand Morin’s free report, “The Obvious Truth”, that accompanies his newest release, “Internet Marketing Explained”. Unabashedly simplistic seems to be the new stellar seller in information products.”
the simple nickle presents Does Your Costco Card Really Save You Money? posted at the simple nickle, saying, “is my Costco membership worth $50 dollars? Are most people’s memberships? I decided to do the math.”
GrrlScientist presents A Brief History of the Subway Tile Art at 81st & CPW (AMNH Station) posted at Living the Scientific Life, saying, “A brief history of the tile mosaic artworks that I’ve been presenting to you from the AMNH (81st/CPW) subway platforms. Includes many many pictures, and all the animals are identified, too — the first time anyone has done this.”
Health and Beauty
Home sweet Home
Tiffany Colter presents Writing Career Coach: A Pleasant surprise and How I got here Part 2 posted at Writing Career Coach, saying, “A pleasant surprise on how to have success beginning from the first day of this New Year!”
Lori Jewett presents Knit Therapy: Stress Relief May Just be a Stitch Away posted at Between Us Girls.
Parenting and Family
Lorace presents Looking to the Future, With a Smile posted at What Not Thought: How To’s and A Lot of Randomness.
Joanne presents Adoption Life Books posted at Forever Parents, saying, “Your childs lifebook is their story. It’s their past, present and future. It’s a record of their life though words, photographs, memorbilia, artwork and more. There is no wrong way to do a lifebook. It’s really more of a concept.”
Marcella Chester presents Katie Couric Misses Opportunity During Clinton Interview posted at abyss2hope: A rape survivor’s zigzag journey into the open, saying, “In school girls often get labeled by resentful boys for a variety of reasons. In an interview with Hillary Clinton, Couric makes the mistake of accepting a label as rightfully earned.”
Shopping and Money
Andrea J. Stenberg, The Baby Boomer Entrepreneur presents De-cluttering Your Mental Spaces posted at The Baby Boomer Entrepreneur by Andrea J. Stenberg, saying, “Worry and unfinished tasks clutter your brain and decrease your productivity.”
Silicon Valley Blogger presents Why Most Investors Don’t Make Money In The Stock Market posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “Thank you!”