Can we create a recipe that both nurtures us as women and encourages our public protests? A part of me is literally buoyant with the idea that I can be effective in causing enough commotion to make a political difference, but it doesn’t have to be viewed only as protest. I can be the storm in my unique way and so can you.
By Christine Brun| 2017-01-20T10:41:25+00:00 December 23rd, 2016|Categories: Culture & Life, Featured Author, Opinion, Popular, Top Stories|Tags: America, Bible, Civil Rights, Culture Headline, Election, Flint, President, Safety, Security, Trump|
“No room at the inn” is the well-known seasonal phrase that has been rattling around in my head this week. As I addressed Christmas cards the other night I watched a movie about the Nativity. This time however, something struck me differently. I stopped to consider the meaning of being turned away from safety and security.
By Christine Brun| 2016-12-14T08:25:45+00:00 December 14th, 2016|Categories: Culture & Life, Opinion, Popular, Top Stories, Women and Politics|Tags: Confucious, Culture Headline, Donald Trump, Emotion, Hubris, Pen Mightier than the Sword, Rhetoric, Tone, Words, Wounds|
Words matter. “Without knowing the force of words, it is impossible to know more,” Chinese philosopher Confucious wrote thousands of years ago.
By Christine Brun| 2016-11-26T16:37:04+00:00 November 22nd, 2016|Categories: Culture & Life, Events, Featured Author, Opinion, Top Stories, Women and Politics|Tags: America, Country, Culture Headline, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Home Headline, Safe, USA, Women|
When we feel safe, we trust. I no longer feel safe. My country doesn’t look like the country that I believed it was and I am mourning. Hot tears are always close and I am not a woman who cries easily.
By Catherine Torres| 2016-11-22T11:07:40+00:00 November 22nd, 2016|Categories: Business & Finance, Career, Featured Author, Opinion, Popular, Top Stories Headline, Women and Business, Women Entrepreneurs|Tags: Business Headline, Career Change, Character Trait, Failure, Grit, Military, Strength, Success, Test, Veterans, Women Leaders|
What character trait should a person have to be successful? Talent? Intelligence? Charisma? Not really. Those things may help, but increasingly, studies reveal grit is perhaps the most common characteristic of successful people.
By Pryme Staff| 2016-11-22T16:23:17+00:00 November 20th, 2016|Categories: Culture & Life, Events, Opinion, Pryme Spotlight, Top Stories Headline, Women and Life, Women and Politics|Tags: 2016 Elections, Election, Reactions, Uncut, Women|
We asked for women to share their thoughts and this is what we heard from you – entirely unedited. We hope you are as moved by their words as we are - whatever your leaning and/or perspective.
By Erika Parsons| 2016-11-02T12:26:54+00:00 November 2nd, 2016|Categories: Culture & Life, Featured Author, Fitness, Health & Wellness, Opinion, Style, Top Stories Headline|Tags: Bodies, Culture Headline, Lululemon, Shaming, Women's Apparel, Women's Clothing, Women's Wear, Yoga Pants|
Into the ongoing discussion about what women should be allowed to wear comes the yoga pant. The snug and body-skimming pant is causing all sorts of ruckus. Whether or not it’s appropriate for women to wear them in public is an issue of increasingly heated debate.
By Sean Allan| 2016-11-02T13:14:37+00:00 October 24th, 2016|Categories: Culture & Life, News, Opinion, Popular, Top Stories, Women and Culture, Women and Politics|Tags: Ben Franklin, Borders, Constitution, Culture Headline, Donald Trump, Economy, Ellis Island, Founders, Immigration, Social Change|
Presidential election seasons usually bring us the almost endless round of solemn promises, ringing endorsements, platitude-filled speeches delivered with gravitas, presented as though the whole thing is a novel experience. This year, we are presented with a new level of drama/entertainment.
By Catherine Torres| 2016-10-07T22:13:31+00:00 October 7th, 2016|Categories: Business & Finance, Career, Culture & Life, Family, Featured Author, Opinion, Parenting, Women and Business, Women and Life|Tags: Country, Culture Headline, Day Trips, Home Headline, Life, Living, Moving, Travel, Visit, Weekends|
In seven years I've had ten addresses in seven states. I'm not a fugitive, I'm an Air Force veteran married to an Active Duty Air Force officer. I've had many blank moments at gas stations when prompted to enter my zip code, the numbers blending together on the most tiring of days. Yet, over all this time, with all these moves, I've learned a lot about myself and the world. I'd like to share a few of the lessons.