Bed·ou·in (noun or adj.) ˈbe-də-wən, ˈbed-wən 1. Desert dweller, nomadic Arab of the desert. 2. A wanderer or rover.

Posts tagged women

It’s been a minute since I’ve posted here – life has been too busy with new projects, a new job, new friends, etc.

I’m sure I’ll be writing more soon (it’s on my List), but for now, I wanted to share about a cool competition I’m in…read about it here



Here we were, the brightest, best educated, freest generation of women to walk the earth–protected by all kinds of institutional laws and social mores–and we were afraid of our own power. We were distracted from great opportunities by nagging insecurities.

Courtney E. Martin, Perfect Girls, Starving Daughters

We are not truly resilient, in part because we have little faith. We are not satisfied, because we are always waiting for evidence of our worth.

Courtney E. Martin, Perfect Girls, Starving Daughters

She is the crescendo, the final, astonishing work of God. In one last flourish creation comes to a finish not with Adam, but with Eve…Look out across the earth and say to yourselves, “The whole, vast world is incomplete without me. Creation reached its zenith in me.”

Stasi Eldredge, Captivating