#melanomaawareness Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, yet most skin cancers can be prevented. Every year, there are 63,000 new cases of and 9,000 deaths from melanoma—the deadliest form of skin cancer. In fact, fewer…

We are mentoring with Keycode 1, the Divine Feminine Ascended Master Isis, this month of May in The Sophia Code 2017 Curriculum. Today I feel SO proud of our international community of Initiates who are activating their highest potential with…

May 11, 1886: A victory in Pennsylvania and a setback in New York today in the continuing struggle of women in the field of law. Carrie B. Kilgore, Pennsylvania’s first female lawyer, has been trying to win the right to…

Mother’s Day is coming. What have you done for your mother lately? Belle Boyd shot the Union soldier who had insulted her mother in 1861. Boyd, who had actually been born on 4 May 1844*, was a Confederate spy. She…

“Fannie Lou Hamer, a woman of great emotional and intellectual ferocity, made her name as a voting rights activist….In the late 1960s, as the civil rights movement shifted to address economic injustice, Mrs. Hamer conceived agricultural solutions to the plight…

Well friends, I have officially left the culinary industry.. Again, for the last time. This is going to allow me to put all my time and energy into my gym. As many of you know, I was cooking on the…

Throughout history artists have used their artwork to reveal social, cultural, and political complexities, responding with urgency and conviction to the repercussions of revolution, war, and civil unrest. Coming this September we will present “Proof: Francisco Goya, Sergei Eisenstein, Robert…