When you want to be a bit healthier, you can often be under the impression that it will make your life much more expensive. While that is sometimes the case, it doesn’t have to be as it’s possible to take care of your health for next to nothing. While some people will want to invest in fancy workout clothes and top-of-the-line healthcare, that’s not the only way to make sure you lead a healthy life. It can come down to being smart and really making the most of what your family has in front of you. Want to know more? Let’s get down to the details. Continue reading
Today I proudly welcome educator and writer Norah Colvin here to guest post. I was delighted when she accepted my offer to visit and chat about some of the women she has highlighted on her website so far in their roles as writers and illustrators for children’s books. I hope you enjoy this post as much as I did upon receiving it. Norah, the floor is yours.
“Words wound and scar,” as Sue Dreamwalker says in this post. Please head over to her insightful post on bullying to read more. ♥
When I was in school in the days before the internet, I knew what it was to be bullied at an All Girls School, by girls in the school.
I was the child with a home-made gingham summer school uniform that my mother had made. It had an extra deep, doubled rolled hem and a bought lace collar along with pres-studs down the front. With buttons sewn on top. At first I was so proud of my new dress, because it had a fancy collar made of lace, not plain like the others. And I proudly went off to my new School aged 11.My dress started out miles too big. But each year as I grew the hem was let down, you could see the material hem marks of each layer… And it was a good thing that it was in those later years, the mini skirt was in fashion.
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