Sisterhood of the World Blogging Recognition!

Sisterhood blogger award logo 

Thank you, Sneha, at Life as a Potpourri, for the honor of being invited into the Sisterhood of the World Blogger Community! Please check out Sneha’s lovely blog; you’ll enjoy your visit!

Rules for the award:

  1. Thank the giver and link their blog to your post.
  2. Answer the 10 questions given to you.
  3. Pass the award on to ‘N’ (as many as you want) other bloggers of your choice and let them know that they have been nominated.
  4. Include the logo of the award in a post or on your blog.

Here are some wonderful blogs to check out!

Debbie L at

Olive at

Free Spirit at

Rashmi at

And Shine at

And, oh—there are so many more! A lot are listed on my blog; I hope you’ll visit them when time allows.


Here are my answers to Sneha’s thoughtful questions. (If the bloggers I mention would like to take part in this sisterhood, here’s my challenge for them: List ten blogs you recommend—and explain why…)

  1. How has blogging changed your daily life?

I am much more organized and focused since I’ve begun blogging!

  1. Define your self in five words.

Bookish, coffee-drinking, nurturing, wordy woman!

  1. What do you think liberates the woman today?

Freedom from unrealistic expectations. Thank goodness!

  1. What do you think the biggest global feminist issue is?

Sadly, there are too many to choose one—but they all boil down to the limitations on a woman’s freedom to fully be herself.

  1. Who is your favorite female author and why?

Laura Z. Hobson was a ground-breaking author who wrote about heart-wrenching issues—persecution, cultural identity, single parenting, anti-Semitism, parenting a closeted gay child—long before it became trendy to do so. She is not well known, but I think her book First Papers may be the best book I’ve ever read. And I think she knocked down some barriers and let others crawl through!

  1. Do you think “Feminism” is overrated?

I’m not always sure what people mean when they say ‘feminism.’ I’ve had a lot of students say, “I’m not a feminist, but…” If feminism is the belief that women should have full civil rights, then it is absolutely is NOT over-rated!

  1. One thing that you think you would want to change about yourself

I strive to be less concerned with my own comfort and more helpful to those in need.

  1. If you were hosting a Girls Night Out what would be your anthem song

Hmmmm…great question! “I Will Survive’, maybe…

  1. If you had to choose a Board of Directors representing your All Women Company who all would you appoint and why?

Oh, that’s a tough one. I would have to research and find out who the savvy business women (and sympathetic men) were.

  1. One advice or piece of learning you would want to tell your daughter and one to your son in future.


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