Tips for healthy ageing brains

As we get older most people think that their brain begins to get weaker. Most believe you will begin to forget things. You can’t find your keys. You can’t remember your passwords. They are even called “senior moments”. Are these lapses in memory sign of a deteriorating brain? Science paints […]

WHAT WAS EARLY MONASTIC LIFE LIKE?

In the AD 500s, an Italian named Benedict of Nursia drew up a set of rules for monks (or people in monasteries). All monks must be poor, unmarried and obedient. Monks wore simple robes, shaved their heads, and shard all their daily tasks. Monasteries were for men only. Religious women […]

Sylvia Plath is been remebered by Google

The Google Doodle’s creator, Sophie Diao, said: “I find her work very empowering, and I really admire how hardworking she was. Writing almost every day, while being a homemaker and mother, and organising her and her husband’s finances, and applying for grants and fellowships… she was clearly a strong-willed enthusiast.”  […]

What Was The Women’s Movement

The women’s movement had its roots in the late 1700s and early 1800s. Changes such as the American and French revolutions promoted ideas of equality and liberty, yet women were not permitted to vote, and most had limited access to education. In 1792, a British writer called Mary Wollstonecraft published […]

A woman’s curves

She pondered, “where is my curve”, That all men want to observe, She then cursed as she stared into her mirror That shape couldn’t be found, so she sheds a tear. She turned left and right and then all around A shapely body in her mirror could not be found, […]

Pretty Woman

Pretty woman, walkin’ down the street Pretty woman the kind I like to meet Pretty woman I don’t believe you, you’re not the truth No one could look as good as you, mercy Pretty woman won’t you pardon me Pretty woman I couldn’t help but see Pretty woman that you […]

Perfect woman

She was a phantom of delight When first she gleam’d upon my sight; A lovely apparition, sent To be a moment’s ornament; Her eyes as stars of twilight fair; Like twilight’s, too, her dusky hair; But all things else about her drawn From May-time and the cheerful dawn; A dancing […]