Being ludicrous is more than just taking risks; it’s stepping outside of our comfort zones and seeing how we respond. It’s testing ourselves and seeing what works and what doesn’t. It means becoming intimately familiar with ourselves, our strengths and weaknesses, and making choices based on what we want to accomplish.
By Candace Stump| 2017-11-14T20:52:54+00:00 October 12th, 2017|Categories: Culture & Life, Featured Author, Popular, Top Stories, Women and Life|Tags: Culture Headline, Grit, hiking, Home Headline, Montana, outdoors, tough|
There are a few reasons to attend carefully to the outdoors, but here’s the biggest one: grit, resilience, and critical thinking are all essential to anyone wanting to learn or do anything. Just ask anyone in education or business.
By Janis Lasky Couvreux| 2017-10-10T20:42:47+00:00 September 21st, 2017|Categories: Culture & Life, Family, Featured Author, Popular, Top Stories, Women and Life|Tags: ambition, career, Children, Culture Headline, Family, Home Headline, life lessons, sons|
Our children didn't follow a traditional straight line, and they still don't. In their current lives as fathers, they eschew much of cultural dogma, and stand their ground with definite ideas and principles. We didn't trace a straight line for them, so we couldn't expect them to follow one. Yes, it is hard to leave them be when they face the adult world threshold after high school. One has to let go, take a leap of faith, trust that you have done your best, and hope they figure it out successfully their own.
By Pryme Contributor| 2017-09-21T15:39:34+00:00 September 12th, 2017|Categories: Culture & Life, Featured, Featured Author, Popular, Top Stories|Tags: Beauty, Culture Headline, Home Headline, hot day, Inspiration, Nature, pensive, photos, sky, sun|
How many minutes ticked away as we waited for this subtle cool to arrive, feeling the pervasive heat embracing us like an fur coat? The day was an overzealous host, benevolent and giving of warmth, when it was least wanted. We pull the shades down, and sit in the warm darkness of the indoors.
By Jessica Lollino| 2017-05-07T20:02:33+00:00 May 4th, 2017|Categories: Culture & Life, Featured Author, Holidays, Popular, Top Stories, Women and Culture|Tags: Culture Headline, Family, gratitude, Home Headline, Mother's Day, Women|
As a society, we have seen a break in the mold of the traditional family. However, mothering isn’t limited to a child’s family dynamic. In fact, often we as adults continue to look for maternal guidance.
By Pryme Staff| 2017-04-19T18:50:15+00:00 April 16th, 2017|Categories: Arts, Culture & Life, Featured, Featured Author, Popular, Top Stories, Women and Culture|Tags: Culture Headline, haiku, Home Headline, national haiku day, poetry|
April 17 is National Haiku Day. Celebrate the timeless art form by reading a few haikus and trying your hand and writing your own.
By Catherine Torres| 2017-03-31T08:50:27+00:00 March 30th, 2017|Categories: Culture & Life, Featured, Featured Author, Holidays, Popular, Top Stories, Women and Culture|Tags: April Fish, April Fool's Day, Culture Headline, fun, funny, Home Headline, pranks|
"April Fool's!" You'll hear Americans yell after their co-worker discovers his stapler in Jell-O. In Brazil April 1st is called Dia da Mentira or "Day of the lie,” while in France children tape a picture of a fish on their friends' backs and yell "Poisson d'Avril!" or "April fish!" The fish symbolizes a naive and easily caught (gullible) person. It's all in good fun and part of a time honored tradition dating back to ancient times.
By Lydia Noyes| 2017-03-29T09:36:24+00:00 March 23rd, 2017|Categories: Culture & Life, Featured Author, Popular, Top Stories, Women and Culture|Tags: Culture Headline, Dr. Ruth, Grandma Moses, Home Headline, Julia Child, Laura Ingalls Wilder, over 40, Success, successful women, Susan Boyle, Women, Women's History Month|
We live in a culture that’s obsessed with youth, which makes it difficult for a woman who makes strides later in life to get her due. This is a disservice to us all. Around the world, millions of women found their best success while friends were retiring, and many reached true greatness in their fifties, sixties and beyond.
By Pryme Staff| 2017-03-23T10:24:48+00:00 March 20th, 2017|Categories: Culture & Life, Holidays, Literature, Top Stories, Women and Culture|Tags: Culture Headline, Inspiration, John Keats, Mary Oliver, Maya Angelou, poems, poetry, Poetry Day, Robert Frost, uplifting|
In 1999 the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) proclaimed March 21 World Poetry Day. It's a day set aside to honor the art form and recognize its contribution to not only literature but also music, theater, dance, and the visual arts.