What Is the Best Job for a Woman?

What Is the Best Job for a Woman?

Have you ever wondered what would be the best job for you as a lady? You have home matters to take care of as well and give the right kind of upbringing for your kids too. It all boils down to the fact whether you are able to manage all issues well or you need to make your life much simpler. For further insights, read on.

If you are a fresh graduate, yes, you will have dreams to work full-time in a reputable job. You didn’t go for higher studies for just being a stay-at-home wife.

But when you have kids, working full-time, cooking, looking after the kids and dropping them at daycare center and bringing them back home may be too much for you to shoulder. Read more

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For Women: Knowing When to Say “No”

For Women: Knowing When to Say “No”

There are many of us, the women who are vulnerable and give in to satisfy other people. But that shouldn’t be the case. All you need is a little control over yourself and learn the power of “No”. So under which situations do you say a “No”? Read on to find out.

Here are a few scenarios:

1) Say, you are going on a train. A lady comes and sits face to face in front of you but your gut instinct says you don’t like this lady. After a while, she asks for your phone number. Find some excuse to avoid giving her your number. Since your feelings about her are negative, it is possible she is involved in drug business or women trafficking. Avoid her at all costs and if possible, change your seat on the train. Read more

How To Choose The Best Ethnic Gowns For Women For Various Body Shapes

How To Choose The Best Ethnic Gowns For Women For Various Body Shapes

Dressing for festive occasions and weddings is all about looking elegant and grabbing attention and Indian ethnic wear for women is best suited for such events. When you buy such traditional outfits, there are plenty of options such as sarees, anarkali suits, Patiala salwar kameez, lehenga choli and ethnic gowns. Amongst these, ethnic gowns make one of the most amazing one, with women dying to have them bring the wonderful blend of tradition and modernity for their wardrobe. When you pick ethnic gowns for women, you have to be aware of the styles which work for your body shape.

Here are the tips to help you learn about the ones which work for your body shape: Read more

International Women’s Day: Relevant Today As It Was 108 Years Ago

International Women’s Day: Relevant Today As It Was 108 Years Ago

The International Women’s Day is a day dedicated to women’s causes and celebrations all over the world. It is a day for women to be celebrated and honored for their contributions to the successes of men and families and the society in general. This is the day dedicated to celebrating the women in your life and honoring those that have impacted you in all ways. It is celebrated every year on March 8.

Since the International Women’s Day has no single organizer or agenda, it is left for women everywhere to determine how they want to use it. It is left to women in all countries to define what the day means to them, and what they hope to achieve in the set day. Most women in public or private life use the occasion to address gender issues such as reproductive healthcare, gender equality, violence against women, girl-child education, female genital mutilation, maternity leave and paid holidays among others. Read more

How to Get on in a Man’s World: 3 Women That Tamed the Old West

How to Get on in a Man’s World: 3 Women That Tamed the Old West

How does a woman succeed in a man’s world? In the American West of the Nineteenth Century, most accepted what society offered. Find your man, get married, have babies – then commit to a life of washing, cooking and sewing; hard, unrelenting and invariably thankless.

But a few women were having none of this. Anything a man could do, they argued, so could a woman. And they proved it. A few, notably Annie Oakley, made their point with a gun. Others chose the gaming table. Cards were a great leveller of the sexes and three women in particular showed just how.

Alice Ivers (1851-1930)

When you marry an American mining engineer, Alice accepted, the mining camps of states such as Colorado and Texas become your home. You might be the only woman in a rough, tough male world relieved only by drink and gambling. The girl originally from Devon, in England, played society’s ‘game’, to a point. She sewed and cooked for husband Frank. Read more

For Women: How to Ignore People Who Think They Are Better Than Others

For Women: How to Ignore People Who Think They Are Better Than Others

Has anybody ever made you feel less than? These are toxic people. Just stay away from them. This article shows how to steer yourself away from these people.

Here are a few scenarios:

1) Someone commented badly on your makeup. They straight away said it looked cheap on you although your friends and fiancé always adored the way you decorated your face. Simply rise from your seat, excuse yourself and find another place further away from the toxic person to place yourself again. No need to continue a conversation with this person.

2) Someone started to backbite you on your getup. They might have said, “That’s totally old-fashioned. Look at what I wear. This is the modern trend.” Such obnoxious and totally snobbish people should be dealt with adroitly. Just a simple statement such as, “Everybody likes the way I choose my wardrobe. I don’t see any reason why my getup is not up to the mark.” And then walk away from them without allowing them a second chance to open their mouths. Read more

The Trauma of Children of Addicts and Alcoholics

The Trauma of Children of Addicts and Alcoholics

Living with an addict (including alcoholics [1] can feel like life in a war zone. The addict’s personality changes caused by addiction create chaos. Family dynamics are organized around the substance abuser, who acts like a tyrant, denying that drinking or using is a problem, while issuing orders and blaming everyone else. To cope and avoid confrontations, typically, family members tacitly agree to act as if everything is normal, not make waves, and not mention addiction. Family members deny what they know, feel, and see. This all takes a heavy psychological toll, often causing trauma, especially on those most vulnerable, the children. Yet more than half are in denial that they have an addicted parent. Read more