Resources for a more conscious life
Fearless With A Purpose (FWAP) Magazine is specifically designed for busy women who are on the go and want to be motivated through inspirational stories and quick-read articles that add value to their daily lives. Each issue of the magazine focuses on celebrating everyday women doing extraordinary things in their lives, careers, businesses, and communities.
FWAP Magazine is based in Prince George’s County, Maryland with contributing authors and feature articles that spotlight women in Prince George’s County, the DC Metropolitan region, and across the United States. The magazine is published quarterly.
Check out what the inaugural Fearless with a Purpose women have to say
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Green Dot Strategy
Ending violence…one green dot at a time.
The Green Dot strategy is a comprehensive approach to violence prevention that capitalizes on the power of peer and cultural influence across all levels of the socio-ecological model. Informed by social change theory, the model targets all community members as potential bystanders, and seeks to engage them, through awareness, education, and skills-practice, in proactive behaviors that establish intolerance of violence as the norm, as well as reactive interventions in high-risk situations – resulting in the ultimate reduction of violence. No one has to do everything…Everyone has to do something.
Empower women and girls to heal grief, loss, and trauma, and reclaim their inner authority.
Heal my Voice develops collaborative projects with women in organizations and communities that encourage leadership, community building and the reclaiming of each woman’s voice. In a nine-month process, women support each other in writing a story to heal something in their lives. After writing the story, several months are focused on speaking about the story and the next steps of leadership. It is time for women to heal their voices individually and collectively. We are moving past reading the words about giving other people permission to shine their lights. We are Living it in here…. And the more we live it in the Heal My Voice projects, as we write our stories, heal our voices, shine our lights, celebrate each other, process our “less than” feelings and allow ourselves to be loved and appreciated for our uniqueness, we begin to LIVE this in the world. We are carving new pathways and actually experiencing the quote that Marianne Williamson wrote almost twenty years ago. “We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world.”
Visit the website to find out how you can participate in a project, and/or sponsor and support the efforts of Heal My Voice.
Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault (MCASA)
Working to end sexual violence in Maryland
Founded in 1982, MCASA is the statewide collective voice advocating for accessible, compassionate care for survivors of sexual assault, and accountability for all offenders. MCASA actively works to end sexual violence in the State of Maryland through public policy, community outreach, education, technical assistance and legal services.
The Spirited Woman
Woman Inspiring Women
Celebrating the Every Woman Visionary changing the world one Spirited Woman step at a time. The Spirited Woman is a global women’s empowerment community. Filled with women who are inspiring the world – one spirited step at a time and supporting and helping women believe this simple message: YOU ARE ENOUGH AS YOU ARE. Because you are!
The 2013 Spirited Woman Directory
A Collection of Stories & Resources for an Inspired Life!
The Spirited Woman brings together women from around the world in a massive collaborative effort. Featured in the magazine-style digital Directory celebrating the “every woman” visionary, are women who are inspiring and changing the world, one Spirited Woman step at a time.
How old are you?
Are you taking the journey you were destined to take — the one that will find the most meaning in your life?
Have you struggled to make the decision to DO IT, had to deal with opposition from seemingly all sides, found the courage to jump OFF and onto what you can FEEL IS your destined path?
Have you discovered a rhythm, where everything goes as planned, almost gliding effortlessly for a solid stretch, then all of a sudden — screech, halt, bump — you’ve looked up dazed and wondered what you have gotten yourself into?
Or, have you found yourself asking is this truly worth it? And, what kind of an idiot are you for not taking the road that everyone else rides — the path of least resistance?
“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.”
~ Neale Donald Walsh
• daily ♥ LUV KiCKs to re-ignite and inspire action for the week
• KiCK’n hard stories from those who are reaching to GET IT and are fighting good fights, glorified with accounts of mini personal triumphs
TimeToKickBuTs is about generating excitement for following through with our commitment, our responsibility, our promise to ourselves to live the life we were destined to live.
Are you interested? Visit TimeToKickBuTs.com and join us.
Let’s drive our journeys together!
Women Entrepreneur’s Partnering for Profit (WEPP)
Embracing your network to expand your net worth.
WEPP is a 12-month program designed to support and promote the profitability of women entrepreneurs who are in their first five years of business and women who have been in business for over five years and are advocates for other women in business. This initiative provides value by means of “Partnership Clusters” – groups of earnest women entrepreneurs who possess an equal desire to grow, develop, and expand their profits through strategic partnerships. WEPP promotes an abundance mindset versus a scarcity mindset by linking women entrepreneurs who understand that exchange brings success.
On December 14, 2011, the Centers for Disease Control came out with a national survey which reported that nearly 1 in 5 women has been raped at some time in her life.
Think of the 5 women in your life that you love the most and imagine that even one of them could be the victim of rape.
As a sexual assault survivor and as a Board member of The Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault (MCASA) - I know they need your help as they continue to support sexual assault survivors in Maryland.
Please give $5 to our 1 in 5 campaign. Donate in honor of the 5 women in your life that you love the most.
THANK YOU SO MUCH!
CLICK HERE to Donate $5 Today
Free Acupuncture Clinics for Active Duty Military, Veterans and Their Families
Every Monday of the month at the VFW Post #521 at 214 Tollgate Road in Owings Mills
All acupuncturists offering treatments are experienced and licensed in MD and have had training in the National Acupuncture Detox Association ear protocol. Their time and supplies are donated. For info, call 410.356.6578.
bone sigh arts
Authentically feminine healing art.
Baltimore’s only New Age bookstore, hosting over 50 events each month. From Shamans to Chakras, Angels to Zen — books, music and gifts for your mind, body and soul. Learn from the best teachers and meet best-selling authors from around the world and right here in Baltimore.
Enough is Enough
Making the internet safer for children and families.
Heritage Theatre Artists’ Consortium
A professional arts/entertainment/educational organization founded in 1994 to provide total theatre arts production for museums, historical societies, theatres, educational and arts institutions, attractions and special event programs.
Sisters in the Building Trades
Our mission is to expand a network of active women that will affirm building trades sisters as a positive and growing part of the construction workforce. To increase the number of trades women through cooperative recruitment efforts and mentoring support for enhanced retention. Hold regular meetings allowing women to network and share their experiences; match mentors to new trades’ women; enter into partnership with disadvantaged women to provide encouragement and hope; and reinforce appropriate workplace conduct. Increase public awareness of construction careers; provide speakers to career fairs and other outreach opportunities; support recruiting efforts of apprenticeship programs; and use our skills in volunteer work.
The Light of Truth Center
Offering women a safe and loving place to recover from substance abuse, permanent housing and job training.