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Summer Worth Reading 2018
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Summer Worth Reading 2018

Reach Your Goals Without Stressing Out: A high-achiever’s guide to a successful life by Chantal Hofstee We all possess mental resources, but only a few of us use them to their full potential. We want to see continuous growth and improvement in our lives, but we don’t really understand the […]

Worth Reading: Writing for Bliss
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Worth Reading: Writing for Bliss

An interview with the Diana Raab, PhD, author of Writing for Bliss What inspired you, or prompted you, to write this book? 
 Writing for Bliss is a culmination of my life’s work. Ever since my mother gave me my first journal when I was ten years old to help me […]

6 Must-Read Books for the Modern Woman
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6 Must-Read Books for the Modern Woman

Some books are simply better than others. We read and re-read them, display them proudly on the bookshelf, and discuss them at length with fellow book lovers. And each time we read these books, we find something different, new and more inspiring about them. If you love reading a variety […]

Worth Reading: Wallflower Blooming by Amy Rivers
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Worth Reading: Wallflower Blooming by Amy Rivers

Wallflower Blooming: Uplifting Novel Champions Women Everywhere Masterfully crafted by Amy Rivers, “Wallflower Blooming” immerses readers into the life of a Colorado woman, a wallflower, who avoids conflict, keeps life simple and rarely rocks the boat. But when her cousin hires her to undertake the PR for a fierce mayoral […]

3 Books Worth Reading and Giving this Holiday Season
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3 Books Worth Reading and Giving this Holiday Season

Over the next two weeks, WE are going to feature our advertisers and supporters. Please visit their websites and check them out. It is because of them, WE Magazine for Women is able to continue to bring you great content featuring news and articles by for and about women. In […]

Bare-Naked Lola is Worth Reading
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Bare-Naked Lola is Worth Reading

Melissa Bourbon, who sometimes answers to her Latina-by-marriage name Misa Ramirez, gave up teaching middle and high school kids in Northern California to write full-time amidst horses and Longhorns in North Texas.  She fantasizes about spending summers writing in quaint, cozy locales, has a love/hate relationship with yoga and chocolate, is […]

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