Sh*t Girls Say About Hair

Graydon Sheppard and Kyle Humphrey team up with haircare giant Aussie for this commercial… a spot on reflection of how much time and energy (some) women waste on their hair.

Sh*t Girls Say About Hair

90 Years Young: Ruth Taube Sharing Sewing Skills And Life Lessons With Those In Need

“If you try to help yourself, you’ll be on ‘easy street,’ but if you sit back and wait for the world to help you, you’ll get nowhere.”

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Wonder Woman Outed On Instagram For Having Cellulite… Changes Classic Outfit

“I love it too, but I’ve been trying some new looks recently. Someone Instagrammed my butt last month…”

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Street Harassment In Peru: These Men Unknowingly Catcall Their Own Mothers

“What happens in this video will teach these men a lesson.”

Street Harassment In Peru: These Men Unknowingly Catcall Their Own Mothers

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Fix-it Friday with Norma Vally

DIY Holiday Cheese Plate

Edible Entertainment: Cheese Expert Christine Hyatt Shares Tips On Creating A Memorable Holiday Cheese Plate

December 22, 2014 by

By Christine Hyatt - Holiday parties are a time to sparkle and splurge. Creating an eye-catching, artfully arranged and tasty cheese plate is a great way to add some interactivity to your festivities and create new food memories for your guests. I’ve seen strangers bond over cheeses and ... [Read More]

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Calendar Girls: Glamorous Grannies Bare It All To Raise Money For Cancer Charities

December 22, 2014 by

When fifteen ladies from northeast Wales, who range in age from 64 to 85, decided to raise money for local cancer charities, the stereotypical bake sale or knit-a-thon never even made it to their fundraising conversation table. Instead, these “glamorous grannies" opted to strip down, bare it all, and become “calendar girls” on a mission to help fight a terrible disease. ... [Read More]

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Fly It Forward: Women Pilots Introduce Girls To Aviation By Giving Them Their First Flight Experience

December 19, 2014 by

In late 2009, airline transport rated pilot Mireille Goyer was searching for events celebrating the 100th anniversary of the first female pilot license earned worldwide by Raymonde de Laroche on March 8, 1910. To her dismay, she found none. Determined to not let this important milestone for women pilots go unrecognized, ... [Read More]

ASMR Challenge: Does Anything Happen To You When You Hear This Woman’s Whispering Voice?

ASMR Challenge: Does Anything Happen To You When You Hear This Woman’s Whispering Voice?

December 19, 2014 by

Meet Maria. She's become a YouTube sensation all because she's a master whisperer. That's right, you heard us... she whispers, and makes other soft sounds that her nearly 350,000 Gentle Whispering subscribers clamor to hear. Why? Because they all experience a phenomenon called ASMR ... [Read More]

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Fix-It Friday: Fixing for the Holidays With a Twist (of Lemon)!

December 19, 2014 by

In the spirit of the Season, this Fix-it Friday I’d like to share some home fixes that I rank on the top of my to-do list, namely, fixing drinks! Indeed, fixing a batch of holiday cocktails may not be the kind of DIY project one would imagine when it comes to home repair, but to this notion I ask that we consider the screwdriver. Is it a tool that fits into the head of a screw, or is it a cocktail ... [Read More]

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The 81-Year-Old Girl With The Lizard Tattoo… And More Than 50 Others

December 18, 2014 by

For her 75th birthday, Helen Lambin, a retired secretary, celebrated in a most unusual way... she got a tattoo. Now six years and more than 50 tattoos later, the 81-year-old Chicagoan (born in Iowa) credits that decision with changing her life “expansively.” “It radically changed growing older,” Helen remarked. “Because when I talk to these people of all different ages, they ... [Read More]

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Making The World A Better Place, One Love Letter At A Time

December 18, 2014 by

After moving to New York City upon graduating from college, Hannah Brencher found herself grappling with depression and loneliness. She started to write her feelings down in a notebook, when one day those thoughts morphed into an inspirational letter she wrote to a perfect stranger. That letter unexpectedly came ... [Read More]

Maya Angelou: Author, Poet, Dancer, Actress, And Now… Hip-Hop Artist

Maya Angelou: Author, Poet, Dancer, Actress, And Now… Hip-Hop Artist

December 18, 2014 by

Before her death this past May, Dr. Maya Angelou had been working on a unique music project she had been actively involved with over the last seven years. The highly anticipated project, Caged Bird Songs, finally debuted last month. Produced by RoccStarr and Shawn Rivera, the album pairs some of Dr. Angelou’s most famous ... [Read More]