Women's lives are multidimensional at any given time, but they also change over the years. For example, those things that may have consumed a young mother eventually dissipate, allowing her to pursue other interests, and the activities which may have filled a professional woman's days may give way to family responsibilities or charitable works in later years.
Throughout, rare is the woman who doesn't have to juggle many things simultaneously, and scientists assure us that she's even hardwired to manage her many tasks well. Thus, we never want to pigeon-hole women, devolve into stereotypes, or think that the responsibilities we have today will remain static. To that end, we should always be learning, preparing for a multitude of possibilities while embracing today with grace and gusto.
The topics [to the left] are some of the areas of interest to thoughtful women, since our spiritual well-being, relationships with friends and family, and physical health all impact our pilgrimage of faith. Enjoy!