I was walking down the street today, thinking about my countless appointments these upcoming weeks. I was passing by a construction zone right on the road of the park my baby and I used to stroll in when she was only a couple months old, and I saw these men working nicely and well-coordinated. Then … More We’re Strong, We’re Emancipated Women!
Have you ever wondered what it takes for a person to succeed, to get through hardships in life, to keep going and keep being motivated, no matter the circumstances? In my opinion, people are fascinating creatures, they push themselves to the limits and they make it through their days. I remember my years in high … More Fighting the fight
Lately, I’ve been going through a very rough period, where I dealt with my baby’s tantrums, her developmental milestones, brain changes, new skills acquirements, new discoveries and new desires. All this time I held myself composed, calm, smiling and encouraging. I tried so hard not to give in to the negative build-up in my heart, … More Am I the only one struggling with motherhood?
A week or so ago I’ve seen quite often on Facebook the following phrase: “Wherever you go, you take yourself with you.” This phrase, in itself, brings a negative vibe to the whole story. I, for one, choose to look further than the horizon and I choose to see more than what is … More Catchy internet phrases: for real?
For the past 10 years or so, the internet was over-the-top full of quotes and contents like “women are all”, “women should be respected and praised for everything they do”, “inequality between men and women”, “women are the keepers of the family and the house”, etc. etc. etc. Women, women, women. Everywhere. About men I … More Why don’t we talk more about our men?
I`m a mom of a 9-month-old baby girl. Many of my friends don`t know about it, which is funny in a way. But this is not relevant in my story, anyway. I have a couple of questions to all the moms out there: Have you ever, or do you still, sometimes, feel stigmatized by other … More Are Moms Being Stigmatized?