Google has just made our day a little brighter. Because, if you head along to Google Maps, you'll find a nice surprise waiting for you. Pac-Man, your favourite game from the '80s, has taken over the internet and the streets of your very own suburb.Read Full Story
The boss got up on the wrong side of the bed, you've run out of coffee and someone has stolen your lunch from the fridge. A bad day at work can put you in the foulest of moods, but if you're having a bad day in the office, spare a thought for these poor sods who are probably having a worse day than you.Read Full Story
Cards Against Humanity, the raunchy party game, did something seriously cool this week and released a new "Science Pack" to raise scholarship money for women and girls who want to pursue careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering and science).Read Full Story
Prom is every high school girl's dream and one of the most chaotic times of the year. A lot of thought and planning has to go into picking out the perfect dress — because she can't have the same dress as another girl — and then there's hair, makeup and the date. Sometimes finding a new outfit for the big night isn't always in the budget.Read Full Story
We went to four powerful women on the BlogHer Experts Among Us Advisory Board to ask them what the best advice they have ever received about business and life was. Watch what they were told that resonated with them to get them where they are today.Read Full Story
It's National Women's History Month, and the theme this year is "Weaving the stories of women's lives." Comedians at Emotistyle thought, who better to thank than the networks showcasing women's lives every day?Read Full Story
When you picture a marijuana user, you might think of a 20-something boy in college, a round table circa That '70s Show or even Cheech and Chong. Cheri Sicard doesn't fit any of those images. Sicard first became a regular marijuana user in her late 30s after the plant was recommended to her for a medical condition. "It worked amazing, and took care of a bunch of other things I had going on that I didn't even know I was taking it for, but they disappeared," Sicard told SheKnows. As a writer who was surprised by the efficacy of the plant and also concerned for her health, Sicard began researching the facts behind marijuana. "What I found was that everything I'd been taught was a lie."Read Full Story
What comes to mind when you think of a prostitute? Perhaps a drug addict who can afford her habit by being a sex worker? Maybe a woman who's been molested and abused at some point and has fallen into a life of sexual exploitation?Read Full Story
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