Tag Archives: women
The first decade of my life was dedicated to dreaming. i’m no longer shy, but I’m not sure I would dream as big as I dream today if it were not for those awkward years in my head. My teenage years … Continue reading
When men speak forcefully, people think they’re “passionate” – but when women do it, they say, she’s a bitch.
“In 1983, I went on a commercial rafting trip in the Grand Canyon. Between Crystal [Rapid] and Lava [Falls Rapid] (two huge rapids), there was a fast moving but flat stretch of the river. I asked the guide if I could … Continue reading
It’s important to me that other young women are able to find their voices and use them sooner than I did. Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to … Continue reading
The End of Leaning In
I recently came across a headline in the New York Times titled What Sheryl Sandberg’s ‘Lean In’ Has Meant to Women, then and now. My thoughts flashed back to why I never read this book. I then wondered “Are women still … Continue reading