Inspirational| Quotes for Women

Quotes for women are pretty similar to a swift kick in the pants. Unsure why but quotes sometimes gives us that boost that either acts as reminders of who we are and/or what we’re capable of as strong women.. Thats why we so love great quotes right? Right! Here’s 10 of our favorite women quotes:image“Dress shabbily and they remember the dress; dress impeccably and they remember the woman.” – Coco Chanel “I never expect men to give us liberty. No, women, we are not worth it until we take it.” – Voltairine de Cleyre”I don’t know who invented high heels, but all women owe him a lot!” – Marilyn MonroeYou can have everything you want in life if you just help enough people get what they want in life.
-Zig ZiglarA person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.
-Albert EinsteinWe must believe that we are gifted for something, and that this thing, at whatever cost, must be attained.
-Marie CurieNothing is impossible, the word itself says ‘I’m possible’!
-Audrey Hepburn The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person who is doing it.
-Chinese ProverbTo be a great Champion You must believe You are the best. 
If You’re not, pretend You are.
-Muhammad AliThat which doesn’t kill us makes us stronger.
-Friedrich NietzscheimageLadies, dont give up regardless of what happens in life we are ACHIEVERS.We are born to be winners!


News| 6-year-old Girl attacked by 5th grader in school bathroom


Deputies say the little girl was attacked by a girl twice her age recently  at Oakland Elementary School in McDonough at around 10 a.m. Thursday. . The older student reportedly choked her, put her head in the toilet several times and hit her head on the toilet, according to FOX 5. FOX 5 reports that a teacher intervened after hearing a commotion.

The 5th-grader was charged in juvenile court and the school district is investigating, according to WXIA.

The child’s father, Jeremy Tackett, told FOX 5, “You send your kids to school to get an education; they should not have to worry about getting pulled into the bathroom and getting pummeled by somebody almost twice their age.”

The family is taking all of their children out of the school.

Source: My Fox News

Missing|Adriana Coronado


An Amber Alert has been issued for 13-year-old Adriana Coronado, who was last seen at 1am Saturday. Adriana is described as Hispanic, 5’0″, 105 pounds with brown eyes and black hair. She wears black framed glasses. 

Police are looking for an unknown suspect in connection with her abduction.

The suspect was last heard from in Katy. Law enforcement officials believe this child to be in grave or immediate danger. If you have any information regarding this abduction, call the Walker County Sheriff’s Office at 936-435-2400.

Fashion| A 5th Grader Created A Plus-Size Fashion Line After Being Bullied About Her Weight


At 10 years old Egypt Ufele, who goes by “Ify” was made fun of  in school because of her weight, and says she was even stabbed with a pencil by bullies.Instead of sulking in grief about her circumstances, the resilient fifth-grader took out her grandmother’s sewing machine and started creating a fashion line for all women, including plus-size women, which was featured in New York’s Fashion Week.

After being called every name in the book, it appears as if the tide has changed for the fashionable fifth-grader

“People applaud me and tell me I’m good at fashion,” Ify said.Ify’s line is titled “Chubiline,” which she describes as bringing “Africa to America one design at a time.”“I turned negative attention into positive attention,” Ify said.And she did all of this at just 10 years old. Imagine what she does at 20?

Source: VIBE

Missing Persons| Latoria Quinette Wilson


Latoria Quinette Wilson is a 14 year-old black female with black hair and brown eyes.  Latoria was last seen at her residence in Nashville, TN on January 15, 2016. She was last seen wearing a black jacket, pink sweatpants, and brown flat shoes.  If you have seen Latoria please contact the Metro Nashville Police Department at (615) 862-8600 or 1-800-TBI-FIND.

Source: Tennessee Government

A day in history|Juliette Gordon Low

Born Juliette Magill Kinzie Gordon on October 31, 1860, in Savannah, Georgia, “Daisy,” as she was affectionately known, descended from a long line of strong and independent women. Her home, often referred to simply as The Birthplace, was designated a registered National Historic Landmark in 1965.

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Juliette Gordon Low

In 1912, Juliette Gordon Low (1860–1927) founded Girl Scouts of the USA, an organization that today serves millions of girl members and alumnae, and reflects the arc of her remarkable life.

An ardent believer in the potential of all girls and the importance of fostering their individual growth, character, and self-sufficiency, Juliette is credited with establishing and nurturing a global movement that has changed the world.

Juliette Gordon Low died January 17, 1927 at her home in Savannah, Georgia, after a long and private struggle with breast cancer.

Source: Girl Scouts