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Gender appropriation could be done

Gender as a social construct was originally theorized and presented by Judith Butler.

Gender was thought by Butler as performative. Performative gender would mean that the identity and expression of your gender is created and maintained by choices you make and actions you do daily. 317 more words


Keeping Up With The Latest Shopping Trends. Stop Losing Money

I have spent years looking for apps and websites that would allow me the opportunity to make some extra money on the side because I am a stay at home mom. 244 more words


50 Ways that Being an Entrepreneur or Blogger Will Change Your Life (5 min read)

1. You become passionate about working. Success in entrepreneurship depends on following your passions.

2. You wonder how you ever held a normal job. Each day, that typical office-based 9-to-5 lifestyle seems stranger and less appealing to you. 988 more words

Millionaire's Digest

No Energy

My battery went bad in my phone and I finally got a replacement. I probably blew my blogging goal but I didn’t really have anything to post anyway.

New Year's Resolutions

Women can be each other’s worst enemy

Donna Karan, Mayim Bialik and now Gabby Douglas. All well known respected women who decided to use their platform to victim shame. In each woman’s case they didn’t have much to say in the beginning about the Sexual Assault allegations being exposed at an alarming rate until much later when they opened their mouths and stuck their foot right in it. 372 more words

Daily Blog

2 Quick Tips for Writing “How To” Guides (1 min read)

If writing how-to blog posts is something you write about for your Readers, than here’s 2 quick tips that will get your Readers to remember them every time! 194 more words

Millionaire's Digest

Weekend Forum: Your Thoughts on Spiritual or Religious Bypassing?

Spiritual or religious bypassing is a “tendency to use spiritual or religious ideas and practices to sidestep or avoid facing unresolved emotional issues, psychological wounds, and unfinished developmental tasks.” The term was introduced in the early 1980s by John Welwood, a Buddhist teacher and psychotherapist.

What are your thoughts?