Women Should Do These Things Their Selves At Least Once

Taking care of the car, the yard and the taxes were new to her. She craved a vacation, but the thought of traveling alone scared the bleep out of her.

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All of that is perfectly normal, especially in a world that promotes coupledom as the highest goal, and constant-companionship of a romantic partner / family / friends / pets / happy hour acquaintances as an inferior, but acceptable substitute.

Emma Johnson 

Meanwhile, as the economy, social norms, and gender equality progress, we collectively chose more solitar

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Slide 2 of 22: Marriage rates are at an all-time low. The percentage of 18-to-64-year-olds that are legally joined hit a record low of 48.6 percent in 2016, according to the most recent Census Bureau data. If we were all really so happy being in this elusive couple, then why are we choosing single life? And yes, people can be committed and enjoy many of the benefits of marriage without legally tying the knot, but without a formal marriage certificate, you are more likely to split than with one. In short: Because people can afford to live alone, and women now can mostly choose whether or not to marry, and can afford to live alone if we choose — that is exactly what we're doing.We increasingly choose to live alone. In fact, the percentage of Americans aged 18 and over living alone has risen over the last few decades, from 7.6 percent in 1967 to 14.3 percent in 2017. This is a sign of a strong economy — historically, tough financial times forced more people into cohabitation in various configurations — and changing social norms (e.g. women are no longer social pariahs if we don't live with a male protector).As the economy increasingly improves overall (not just employment rates and GDP,  but women's ability to be self-sufficient), Americans chose larger and larger living spaces (while home square-footage has leveled off, family size continues to decrease, so we all have more room to ourselves in our giant houses and apartments). In other words: We prefer less togetherness.

17 life-changing things every woman should do alone at least once (msn.com)


Whether your a woman or not I am sure you have heard something about the dreaded Ovarian Cancer. Perhaps it has touched a loved one you know or a friend. This cancer is tricky. It may appear that its symptoms are hard to detect. Symptoms usually mimic something else.

If you do not know what the ovaries are or what they do here is a explanation.

The female reproductive system contains two ovaries, one on each side of the uterus. The ovaries — each about the size of an almond — produce eggs (ova) as well as the hormones estrogen and progesterone.


The signs that you may have issues are as follows,

Signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer may include:

Abdominal bloating

Swelling in the belly

Feeling full fast, when eating

Weight loss

Discomfort in your pelvis

Different bowel habits, such as constipation

A more persistent need to urinate

Please follow this link to find out more about this deadly cancer…https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/ovarian-cancer/symptoms-causes/syc-20375941