I'm one of those people who checks my Facebook account regularly, like four to five times a day (maybe more, if I'm being really honest; and when I am bored). There have been many articles on how social media has the effect of "oh there he/she goes again, boasting about his/her perfect life" and yes, I'm sure we all have friends that do that (present company excluded of course). But what if we could use our social media platforms as an accountability partner instead?

International Women’s Day 2017 has just passed – on that day, we recognized and celebrated the power of women by touching on empowerment.   The first simple rule of success in empowerment is SELF. Place yourself in front of the mirror, and recognize that success is all...

When it comes to writing, there are always going to be DOs and DONTs – but some are more, shall we say, fatal than others. Read These Questions And Answer Them Truthfully With A Simple YES or NO: 1. Do you use unnecessary and redundant expressions in...

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