Did you know there are also several health benefits to burning candles at home? From relieving stress to boosting sleep and memory, your candle not only signals your singular style but can improve your wellness too. Here's how.
Is this your year to read more books by women? Then check out our list of classic books penned by some of the greatest female writers of the past. Because if you're going to expand your reading, then you'll want to go back to the books that shaped the way we read and write today.
Jane Austen is one of the most recognised names in English literature today. But was she an overnight success? And what did she think of her novels? Here are some fascinating facts about Jane Austen, the author.
Much has been written about the “dreary” and somewhat “tragic” existence of Emily, Charlotte, and Anne Brontë. But don't let that overshadow the sisters' achievements both as writers and feminist trailblazers. Here are three remarkable achievements that remain part of the Brontë sisters legacy to us.
Coco Chanel advanced women's rights through the clothes that she made. Her Chanel suits, women's trousers, and jersey dresses encouraged elegance, but also power, personality, and liberation for women.
Marie Curie was awarded two Nobel Prizes in her lifetime, advancing science and the world as we know it. But she was also a war hero who helped save millions of lives by determining how to bring X-ray equipment to the battlefields of WW1.
Getting a book recommendation is a gift in itself. And if the book is recommended by someone whose opinion you greatly admire - even better! Well, then you can thank me now. Because in this post, six incredible contemporary women writers suggest books -also written by women - for you to read before the year's end.
Women have been refashioning the world for centuries. But it can be hard to find their stories or any details on their contributions and the changes they initiated.
The Ladies First collection in Enya’s Attic celebrates six women who changed the world in a variety of different spheres – writing, education, science, medicine, law and aviation. Six women, six stories.