Welcome to the All for Women Blogging Carnival! I’m delighted to host this carnival for the very first time. I stand in awe of the collective talent of the participants and hope you will enjoy this amazing collection of posts covering a wide variety of subjects.
Health and Beauty
From Rose Walbrugh: Depression – Is a new perspective needed? at FreeMyMind.Net, saying, “Are you feeling stuck, repeating the same cycles or not comfortable taking brain altering drugs just to get through the day? There may be a much milder and more effective alternative. This articles introduces a new approach based on our core beliefs.”
From Marcella Chester: Blog Against Sexual Violence Day 3 April 2008 at abyss2hope: A rape survivor’s zigzag journey into the open, saying, “Sexual violence impacts women’s lives in various ways which are often out of our control. This event allows women (and men too) to talk about how to better prevent sexual violence.”
From Megan Bayliss: Photos of women in Cairns sharing afternoon tea and research at the Imaginif talk doctor’s surgery at Imaginif…, saying, “At Imaginif, we love women and we wish every day was International Women’s Day. Here in the far north of Australia, we celebrated women’s diversity with an afternoon tea at our Imaginif talk doctor surgery. Check out what we look like, what we wear, our hair styles, our womanhood.”
From PlanningQueen: How is your well being? at Planning with Kids, saying, “It is important not only for mum that she looks after her self, but for the family too. Go online and check out your well being.”
From Marcella Chester: Advice For Rape Survivors: Personal Safety at abyss2hope: A rape survivor’s zigzag journey into the open, saying, “while my advice is directed at rape survivors it can be helpful to all women.”
From Carole Fogarty: Flick off Negativity and Lift Your Vibration in an Instant: at The Healthy Living Lounge, saying, “Out of the blue you feel lethargic and drained. Something is not quite right. You begin recall what happened throughout your day. You suddenly realize you were zapped by an energy vampire (person, place or situation). You need to do something quick to flick off the negative vibes that are sticking to your energy fields.”
Home Sweet Home
From Patricia Twitchell: Spruce Your Environment, Spruce Your Spirit at Just Bears and Stuff, saying, “One of the most effective ways to improve one’s emotional well-being is with a good Spring Cleaning. For some of my bear loving friends it could be autumn, but this can still work for you. It’s amazing what a good cleaning and clearing can do for one’s state of mind. Not only does a good cleaning seem to lift our spirits, it has actually been proven to preserve our home and office environment. Learn how simple it really is.”
Parenting and Family
From Carole Fogarty: A Tao Guide for the Evolution of Single Parents at The Healthy Living Lounge, saying, “The group consciousness of single parents can often take you into the opposite direction to that which you want to be going. Create your own set of personal laws to keep upset and drama away.”
From poetloverrebelspy: ITB Impressions: Send Your Teddy Bear on Vacation at Less Than a Shoestring, saying, “In this post, read about a fun idea for making travel more accessible for children: a group travel agency for stuffed animals in Berlin.”
From Anna Farmery: Success, Health and Happiness! Inspiration for Business at The Engaging Brand.
From Rachel: Blog about a Mother, a Baker, Blogger, photographer and friend at Bakedblog.com, saying, “This blog is about baking, cooking, and being a parent. I love what I do, and it comes through in this blog. Check it out, there are recipes, videos, polls, and product reviews. Personal articles about me and my life as well.”
Shopping and Money
From Tali: The Maven Matrix Manifesto – A Guide to Self Branding at The Marketer Review, saying, “If there’s one thing I hate about Schefren’s reports, it’s his pitchy style. So I always begine with what should be skipped. The Maven Matrix Manifesto is no different.”
From Silicon Valley Blogger: Get Rid Of Your Debt With These Debt Defying Strategies at The Digerati Life.
From Tali: John Chow – The Dark Side of Making Money Online at The Marketer Review, saying, “John Chow is a very controversial figure in the blogging-for-money landscape. This is probably the reason why he knows how to make so much money.”
From Lin Burress: Launching Child Safety and Child Sexual Abuse Series at Telling It Like It Is.
From Alison Basson: How do I successfully juggle being a Mum and an Entrepreneur? at Mums in Business.
From GrrlScientist: Audubon’s Aviary: Portraits of Endangered Species at Living the Scientific Life, saying, “My review of the annual art exhibition of John James Audubon’s paintings of North American birds, hosted by the New-York Historical Society.”
From Tali: Top 10 St. Patrick’s Pinups at The Pinup Shop Blog, saying, “The Holidays are coming and it’s time for a good, old fashioned count-down of the 10 best St. Patrick’s Day Pinups. Put your green shades on and have a sexy St. Patrick’s day.”
From Mattg: Do You Get Twitter? at Matt Garrett, saying, “Twitter is really a fast growing community site and providing a good environment for interacting with people of same thinking or business line. So, go and get a twitter now.”
From Krishna De: PicApp: A Free Source For Editorial Photographs at Krishna De: Branding, Business Blogging, Personal Branding, Employer Branding, New Media, saying, “This article outlines a new free resource for royalty free photo’s that you can add to your blog and also privides other recommended resources for royalty free photos.”