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Toys to Develop Your Little Girl's Leadership Skills

One of the key areas educational toys occasionally overlook is building leadership skills in young girls. Many times toys that emphasize building, engineering, and taking up roles of leadership are primarily geared toward boys. 440 more words

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Be the best "Me" this world will ever see.

There is no one in this world exactly like me. For this reason I try never compare to myself to anyone else. I realize that nobody is perfect in everything. 130 more words





My granddaughters are very precious in my life.  They don’t like me to photograph them, so when they give in and let me I get very excited. 29 more words

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Monday Quote Of The Day: Oscars Inspired

“To every woman who gave birth, to every taxpayer and citizen of this nation, we have fought for everybody else’s equal rights. It’s time to have wage equality once and for all.

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Dealing With The Young Girl Blues

The internet went into a rave over Tyga and Kylie Jenner’s rumored relationship. The 25 year old Tyga allegedly dating a 17 year old had many of you shaking your head in disapproval and trust me, I too thought that was wack if that is indeed the case. 360 more words


When girls play sports, they worry less about "looks".

I think sports is a healthy outlet for young girls to help build their self-confidence.  When I was a girl I ran track and field.  My focus was crossing the finish line.  98 more words


When girls feel unpretty, they often have low self-esteem.

I am dark, but lovely.

As a little girl, my mom would often tell me that I was “beautiful.” But that word meant absolutely nothing to me because I in my undeveloped juvenile mind, wanted to hear was that I was “pretty.”  It wasn’t until I began to embrace myself with all of my “flaws” that I truly understood the word “beautiful.”  Every girl wants to hear that that they are pretty, but “pretty” can often lead to conceit. 

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