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YOLO, FOMO, JOMO – MO ON WHAT??

from Colour Me Woman

Colour Me Woman has been created to talk about all the significant and inspirational women in our lives whom we want to share.


Jeanne de Montbaston: Reading Medieval Books

The Artifice of Femininity: Double Standards in The Danish Girl

from Jeanne de Montbaston: Reading Medieval Books

Twitter: @LucyAllenFWR

Blogging about feminism, women's history, and how the past can help us understand the present.


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Calorie Counting Kept Me Isolated- A Story About Orthorexia

from The Purple Fig

Online women's blogazine with an emphasis on realistic & inspiring personal stories from women of all age groups, lifestyles & nationalities


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Work/Life balance

from Not Writing But Blogging

Twitter: @stellduffy

Writer/director/improviser/performer Stella Duffy doing this instead of writing …


Left at the Lights

Traditionally submissive.. bollocks

from Left at the Lights

Twitter: @SamAmbreen

This blogger's ranting about society, politics and women's rights.


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I must, I must, I must I must adjust

from The White Pariah

Twitter: @Iamhazlit

I blog about mental health, borderline personality disorder, addiction, bullying and motherhood.


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Small Places, Close to Home

from Evie's Books

Twitter: @eviesbooks

Books for children that encourage them to be independent and ambitious and to be themselves


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Discharged from perinatal psychiatry

from Mentally Interesting- Secret Life of a Manic Depressive

Blogging about bipolar, impending babydom, mental health and feminism.


paola

Four reasons why the UK referendum is a lost opportunity for real debate on...

from Paolabiblog

Twitter: @Peebi

Welcome to the private club of this blogger's mind. Who needs to be published when you can be read by the discerning few?


thebellejar

Now You Are Five

from The Belle Jar

Twitter: @anne_theriault

The Belle Jar would have been the name of Anne's all-girl punk band, had she ever been cool enough to have one. Instead, it's a blog about books, motherhood, feminism and mental health.