Monthly Archives: March 2011

FYR: Working conditions, sexism drive women from engineering

My sister, who is an engineer, sent this to me yesterday: Working conditions drive women from engineering, UWM survey says I can’t tell you how many times she has complained about men in the engineering industry not taking her seriously … Continue reading

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Quotes we love: Elizabeth Taylor

I feel very adventurous. There are so many doors to be opened, and I’m not afraid to look behind them. ~ Elizabeth Taylor

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Daily Shoetopia: Call it SPRING studded heels in cognac

I chose these today because I thought the name of the brand was appropriate, and also, I really think I’m going to order them.  The brand is Call it SPRING.  Yes, SPRING!  Though there is a chance of snow showers … Continue reading

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FYR: Forbes article, 15 Jobs where Women Earn More than Men

When I saw the title of this article, I was excited.  Jobs where women are earning more than men.  And then I started reading it and thinking, “Could the wage gap seriously be closing?”  The first paragraph certainly says so. … Continue reading

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Daily Shoe-topia: Ed Hardy floral heels in white

What happened to March being “in like a lion, out like a lamb”?  I think it is forgetting the lamb part.  Thankfully, though, it is now technically spring, even if the thermometers don’t agree.  I am looking at spring as … Continue reading

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A fond farewell to Elizabeth Taylor

I know, it’s been over a month since my last post!  And that was on Valentines Day.  Life just has it’s way of getting in the way sometimes, doesn’t it?  Today was an incredibly busy day, and I never even … Continue reading

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