Quotes from Famous Women

Throughout the years, the world has seen many inspiring people who have influenced the way people look at life. In particular, there have been powerful female figures who have educated many, whether it be via their work, their art, their politics, or their words. This is a collection of quotes from some of the most famous women in history, the words of which provide absolutely priceless life advice for us all.
 
Quotes by Inspirational Women
 
IQuotes by Inspirational Women
Quotes by Inspirational Women
 
Quotes by Inspirational Women
 
Quotes by Inspirational Women
 
Quotes by Inspirational Women
 
Quotes by Inspirational Women
 
Quotes by Inspirational Women
 
Quotes by Inspirational Women
 
Quotes by Inspirational Women
 
Quotes by Inspirational Women
 
Quotes by Inspirational Women
Quotes by Inspirational Women
 
Quotes by Inspirational Women
 
Quotes by Inspirational Women
 
Quotes by Inspirational Women
 
Quotes by Inspirational Women
 
Quotes by Inspirational Women
 
Quotes by Inspirational Women
 

Why We Should Declare an Emoticon of the Year

You’ve heard about the Words of the Year—Oxford’s vape, Merriam-Webster’s culture, and Dictionary.com’s exposure, to name a few. And perhaps you’re even eagerly awaiting the American Dialect Society’s own WotY vote, which will take place this coming weekend (I’ll be livetweeting from it!). But in 2014 we didn’t just communicate with words—we also…

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Upcycle Jewels into Fridge Magnets

It’s a simple project and only involves a couple of steps: pop off the backs of your jeweled earrings/broaches with wire cutters, then attach a magnet with super glue.  Presto!  You’ve got yourself a blinged out fridge magnet.  Mega impact for the absolute minimum amount of effort.  Or, in other words, my kind of DIY project.

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Curated from Curbly

I love finding ideas for upcycling broken brooches into something else you can use everyday, like this.

I am an ASCII Artist

I am an ASCII Artist.

Maybe you have seen ASCII art and didn’t know what it was.

I make pictures using my computer keyboard – the characters of the keyboard, the text letters, punctuation marks and the numbers too. I enjoy ASCII art. Working with text to make a picture instead of words is like a puzzle, trying to fit the pieces into the right places and finding which text characters work best in which spaces.