Top 5 Unique Gifts to Dedicate your Brothers on the Raksha Bandhan

Originally posted on Attention Trust:
Raksha Bandhan is one of the remarkable festivals celebrated in India. It is the celebration of brothers and sisters bonding in the world. The whole festival depends on the affection which siblings show for each other. Raksha Bandhan is also essential to strengthen the bond of love and care with…

Feminism In Action: How to Spot A Bad Boyfriend — Brazen She

[I’m writing from a straight lady’s perspective, but most of the things that make a relationship suck can come from men or women.] Hubby and I had a little rough patch recently. We’re both stressed and tired and started nipping at each other. But we never stopped talking, and we managed to tough it out. […] […]

And Breathe… Getting Creative For Health. —

This week I went to the Manchester Art Gallery which is showcasing their “And breathe…” exhibition. The exhibition explores the relationship between art & mindfulness with the use of artwork created from Manchester mental health groups and primary schools. The colour scheme, seating, height and interpretation of art works, along with an audio resource with […]

The Latest: May warns Brexit talks entering toughest phase — Financial Post

BIRMINGHAM, England — The Latest on British Prime Minister Theresa May’s speech at her party’s annual conference (all times local): 12:40 p.m. British Prime Minister Theresa May says divorce negotiations with the European Union are entering the “toughest phase” as she urged her divided Conservative Party to stop bickering over Brexit and back her plan… via […]

Who Run The World?

Girls… or so we’re trying to (equally of course). Today is International Women’s Day (IWD). No, IWD isn’t a feminist group, organisation, government or charity. IWD is a day celebrated globally for the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women as well as a day to call for gender parity. World-renowned feminist, journalist and […]