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My Post-BlogFest15 Thoughts About Gender Stereotypes

OK, I don’t really know where I’m going to go with this post and I don’t often write in a ‘mind dump’ fashion. However, after attending the Mumsnet BlogFest blogging conference yesterday, there’s a lot of stuff goi...
by The DADventurer on Nov 22, 2015

10 Questions I Was Asked As An Entrepreneur

Nowadays I’m reserved. Unless it’s a potential customer or supplier, I usually refrain from revealing, immediately, that I run my own businesses. I do this to avoid the standard, meaningless questions that are thrown, some of which get aw...
by Life Fails on Nov 6, 2015

What do your purchases say about you? Vehicle purchase version.

  I guarantee that I could line up 10 unsuspecting people and guess their type of vehicle at least 70% of the time. I could probably get 100% if I was playing a matching […]...
by Been Bitten Food Blog on Oct 19, 2015

Raising Modern Sons

Boys, as with girls, are individuals, their personalities and interests vary from child to child based on character, along with socio-economic and cultural influences- yet both sexes are frustratingly so often confined and limited, made to conform to...
by Honest Mum on Oct 15, 2015

The New Zealand Identity Crisis

What is a New Zealander? According to the television, it’s a tough, stubby-wearing, beer-swilling, rugby-mad sheep farmer with the emotional capacity of a teaspoon, (except in the event of All Black victory/defeat,) that subsists on Weet-Bix, Watti...
by POMS AWAY! on Sep 13, 2015

3 Things You Never Say to Your Teenagers

Some of the common stereotypes of teenagers are that they are kids who just act like adults. Kids with dyed hair, piercings, smartphone whose only worry is […] Continue reading at The Mindful Word journal of engaged living [http://www.themin...
by The Mindful Word on Jul 20, 2015

A Proud Mama of Boys

I'm so incredibly proud and besotted with my boys Oliver, 5 and Alexander, 2, so this post is first and foremost for them: my darling sons, so they can one day reflect on the blog and know how loved they are and how much they enrich mine and my husba...
by Honest Mum on Jul 14, 2015

The Duff movie HINDI avi DVDrip mp4 HD download torrent

The Duff movie HINDI avi DVDrip mp4 HD download torrent being today trending news. Flitting between Manhattan and LA for the existence of a new era of small-town Kentucky Keplinger has been reached-the simple question that a lucrative book contract,...
by Today Trending News on Feb 16, 2015

Michelle, the white soccer mom, ctd.

Today, Jim Romenesko posted an update to his article about a female cardboard cutout, which appears to resemble the stereotypical, white, on-the-go soccer mom, that is apparently being posted around various TV news stations as an example target audie...
by Our Daily Train on Jan 29, 2015

Conversations Postponed

This morning, I walked into my office at work, saw a trusted colleague and friend, and started sobbing.  It was one of those moments where I didn’t really know it was going to happen.  I kept thinking I could recover, but it soon became appar...

Book Review: I am Jazz

Authors: Jessica Herthel and Jazz JenningsIllustrator: Shelagh McNicholasInterest Level: Ages 5 and UpFrom the Book Jacket: From the time she was two years old, Jazz knew that she had a girl's brain in a boy's body. She loved pink, and dressing up as...
by Books That Heal Kids on Nov 12, 2014

European Stereotypes – Confirmed or Busted?

Are Germans sausage-obsessed sticklers for efficiency? Are the French rude cheese-eaters? Are the English a nation of reserved, tea-drinking, perpetually damp people? Join a New Zealander and a British-immigrant-to-New Zealand’s voyage of discovery...
by POMS AWAY! on Nov 4, 2014

European Stereotypes – Confirmed or Busted?

Are Germans sausage-obsessed sticklers for efficiency? Are the French rude cheese-eaters? Are the English a nation of reserved, tea-drinking, perpetually damp people? Join a New Zealander and a British-immigrant-to-New Zealand’s voyage of discovery...
by POMS AWAY! on Nov 4, 2014

Guest Post: Linda Midgett’s Disquieting Showdown with the “Proverbs 31 Woman”

I don’t have a problem with the passage itself as much as I have a problem with how it’s typically taught, which is as a primer on domestic divahood. That the Proverbs 31 woman is clearly a working woman is conveniently overlooked by those who ch...
by The Dude Abides on Nov 3, 2014

Guest Post: Linda Midgett’s Disquieting Showdown with the “Proverbs 31 Woman”

I don’t have a problem with the passage itself as much as I have a problem with how it’s typically taught, which is as a primer on domestic divahood. That the Proverbs 31 woman is clearly a working woman is conveniently overlooked by those who ch...
by The Dude Abides on Nov 3, 2014

That’s in Australia, Right?

A British Person who’s Never Been to New Zealand’s View of New Zealand Three months ago, my boyfriend and I went to England. I was born in England, but have lived in New Zealand since I was ten years old. My boyfriend was born in New Zeal...
by POMS AWAY! on Oct 28, 2014

A Blonde Joke

Get Obama Toilet Paper For That Special Someone On Your Christmas Giving List!A young ventriloquist is touring Norway and puts on a show in a small fishing town. With his dummy on his knee, he starts going through his usual dumb blonde jokes.Suddenly...
by The Political Commentator on Oct 21, 2014

4 ways to be a more mindful traveler (and end the ugly American stereotype!)

As much as I love to travel, I can’t stand tourists. Yes I know, when I travel I’m also a tourist. But after spending several summer months in one of the biggest cities in Europe, it’s easy to spot the experienced vs. first-time int...
by AllPutTogether on Sep 29, 2014

Dr. Phil’s Interview with Kelli Stapleton

As many in the autism community know, Dr. Phil aired part 1 of his interview with Kelli Stapleton yesterday. Part 2 will air today. It was hard to watch for many reasons. What we’re witnessing, in all the splendor of the mid-day talk show circu...

Boys will be Children

Recently, my four year old son went to the barber with his father.  It was a barber shop he had been to before, but only once, where they use no scissors, only electric clippers. The first time, he was visably nervous, but the barber was very ca...
by Connected Mom on Sep 14, 2014


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