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How to Tap Into the Extraordinary

Suzanne Clores by Suzanne Clores | January 10th, 2014 | No Comments
topic: Conscious Living News, Personal Growth | tags: experiences, extraordinary, extraordinary life, extraordinary women, happiness, healing, intuition, life, suzanne clores, the extraordinary project, women

In the middle of 2013 I met Julia, who told me a story about a voice that woke her in the middle of the night. She wasn’t scared when it asked her, “Do you want me to heal your heart?” Julia had had a congenital heart problem since she was a child. Now pregnant, this heart problem rendered a natural childbirth unsafe for her as well as her child. So when the voice asked her, “Do you want me to heal your heart?” Julia said “yes” without hesitation.

The True Cost of the Clothes on Our Backs

Leslie Garrett by Leslie Garrett | November 25th, 2013 | 2 Comments
topic: Giving Back, Green Living | tags: apparel, Bangladesh, cheap, China, Clothing, costs more, environment, expensive, fair wage, fair-trade, fashion industry, free trade, garment factories, India, Indonesia, laborers, natural, organic, pay, sweat shop, sweatshop labor, sweatshops, thailand, women, workers

Fair Trade Clothing

I can trace my path to eco-awareness from a desire for undershirts. Baby undershirts, to be exact.

Toxic Cosmetics: Poison Ain’t Pretty

Leslie Garrett by Leslie Garrett | August 26th, 2013 | 1 Comment
topic: Detox, Green Living, Health & Wellness | tags: Adria Vasil, arsenic, beauty, Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, Ecoholic, environmental working group, health, lead, lipstick, mica, natural makeup, pigments, Stacy Malkan, toxic cosmetics, toxins, University of Berkeley, wellness, women

Toxic Cosmetics

During the Italian Renaissance, many women applied arsenic-based makeup. There was method to their madness. The women made sure that their husbands got up close and personal with the arsenic … dropping dead not long after. It seemed an efficient way to dispose of unwanted men. Though there’s little doubt that the makeup eventually took its toll on the wives too.

Everyday Lessons for Your ‘Tween Daughter: How Your Attitude Prepares Her for Life

by guest | August 4th, 2010 | 8 Comments
topic: Giving Back, Personal Growth | tags: 'tweens, adolescence, Alice Van-Springsteen, Babe Zaharias, education, females, girls, Jackie Cochran, Ophelia, Pretty Brainy, problem solving, puberty, role models, self confidence, T-shirts, women

Three 'tween girls in Pretty Brainy tees

By Heidi A. Olinger

At age 7, my niece Ryanne was exuberant, active and inquisitive. She wanted to start a newspaper, but asked how to do so and make a profit. Her father thought she was uncoordinated, but that did not stop Ryanne from choreographing and dancing. She enjoyed astronomy and asked, “Aunt Heidi, when you get to the edge of the universe, what comes next?”

Slim, Fit or Curvy: Love the Shape that Suits You!

The FIRM Master Instructor Team by The FIRM Master Instructor Team | March 4th, 2010 | 3 Comments
topic: Fitness, Health & Wellness | tags: appearances, beautiful, body, celebrate beauty, celebrities, love your shape, women

Three young women jumping

How about all three?