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Day 1433: What's Your Favorite Thing About Earth?

One of my favorite things about Earth are all the interesting signs out there.

What’s your favorite thing about Earth?

Another one of my favorite things about Earth are all the creative people here, like Carla from cardiac rehab. 68 more words

Personal Growth

Wonder Women by Sam Maggs - A Book Review

Wonder Women by Sam Maggs was sent to me by the Amazon Vine review programme in exchange for my honest opinion.

Wonder Women tells the story of women who have somehow slipped through the net in terms of public recognition for their work in key areas that we now know as STEM subjects. 365 more words

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How Batman beating off Superman!!

How Batman to beat off Superman

Batman is a human nature and there is limited power he have, can’t fly, but he have ability to self defence, proactive and smart… 85 more words

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Book Review: Wonder Women

“There are so many attitudes that need to be adjusted, so many biases that need to be addressed”

Wonder Women, by Sam Maggs, is not the book for anyone who believes that a successful woman is one who is slim, beautiful, amenable and capable of snagging a husband.

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Wonder Women: 25 Innovators, Inventors, and Trailblazers Who Changed History by Sam Maggs + Win a copy!

“I know we have still not shattered that highest and hardest glass ceiling, but some day someone will—and hopefully sooner than we might think right now,” Hillary Clinton said in her concession speech today. 647 more words

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Thank you United Nations. You Shouldn't Have

Imagine my surprise when I got the news that the United Nations (UN) had chosen me to be an ambassador for women and girls around the world. 551 more words

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"Wonder Women" by Sam Maggs | BOOK REVIEW

In Wonder Women, Sam Maggs introduces readers to under-recognized feminist icons from world history. From female scientists whose ideas were taken by men to badass women spies, each woman has her own mini-biography that truly shows how much of this world was actually built by women– regardless of what the history books may say. 222 more words

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