If you don’t go to church, or temple,” she asked me one day, “how do you…do what you do?” And more importantly to her, how do we do it together?Read it.
It’s February, so that can only mean one thing: there’s a lot of romantic love stuff in your face. Romantic love can be great, but let’s get real — no one else can actually look inside your soul and cherish, value, and appreciate your absolute rad awesomeness as much as you, yourself, can so why not set aside some time to show yourself how great you really are? Here are some suggestions to start loving yourself up today.
by Zach Hawkins
Women’s hockey has been increasing in popularity over the past few years and this year’s Olympics will hopefully continue the upward trend in its popularity.
Many people believe that, of the eight teams who were lucky enough to qualify for Sochi — the top four in the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) world rankings and four qualifying tournament winners — only the USA and Canada have any chance of winning a gold medal at this year’s games. Since the introduction of Women’s Hockey to the Olympics in 1998, The US and Canada have dominated the sport, with Team USA taking the gold in 1998, and Canada in 2002, 2006, and 2010.
When The Seattle Seahawks won the super bowl last Sunday, Fox News made a big deal about how it was the city’s first National Championship since the 1979 Super Sonics won the NBA finals. This didn’t sit well with members of the two-time (2003 and 2010) WNBA champs, The Seattle Storm. Lauren Jackson, three-time WNBA MVP and a member of both championship teams, called out the oversight on Twitter: “Minimalizing female achievement in sport… Again…”