The weapon of intimidation

“If there ever comes a time when the women of the world come together, purely and simply, for the benefit of mankind, it will be a force such as the world has never known.”  – Matthew Arnold, 19th century British poet and philosopher The power and prowess women possess is so magnificent, that when used […]

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Radiance

Women wear many hats: wife, mother, daughter, sister, friend, co-worker, CEO of the family, chauffeur, chef, nurse, etc.  Sometimes we lose sight of who we are, while juggling all that we do.  We think there is a right way or wrong way to juggle it all, when really it is about who you are, while […]

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Power

I have never heard the word “mom” uttered in so many vastly, different expressions, in my entire life.  In fact, in my home, it has replaced my California fallback word,  “dude”.  Dude  means just as many expressions, “awesome!” , “Lame!” , “Go away”, or “Get over here”.  The key is to really tune in to the inflection […]

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Stasi Eldredge

Love her.   Real.  Lovely.  Simple, yet powerful, words.  Strong supporter of women. I had the pleasure of hearing Stasi speak this past weekend about her new book coming out in August titled, “Becoming Myself: Embracing God’s dream of you”.  Her previous book, Captivating, had been a pivotal influence in my life, helping me to […]

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Becoming

Lets talk about the “N”  word. Neglect.  To pay little or no attention to; to fail to care for or attend properly; to ignore or disregard. As a hairdresser, I know what it looks like for a woman to neglect her hair: unsightly roots, massive split ends and dull, lackluster color.  A complete portrait of […]

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