Thursday, March 18, 2010

Ruby For Women...An Online Magazine

There is an online magazine I found to be not only interesting but inspiring.  The article below explains what the magazine is about better than I can.  Please note....Ruby for Women offers FREE advertising for your business!!!  Yes, FREE!!! 

Ruby for Women is an online Christian women's magazine that offers inspiration, encouragement, advice, and humor to women of all ages and stages of life. You will discover an amazing resource for your daily life that includes devotionals, recipes, craft and sewing tutorials, paper dolls, coloring pages, puzzles, gardening advice, and stationery that you can print out four your own personal use.


Ruby for Women is committed to bringing you a wide variety of articles on topics of interest to women, particularly focusing on family-friendly advice and wisdom. One of the goals of Ruby for Women in 2010 is to provide support and encouragement to women who are building a home-based business; we celebrate our WAHMs (Work-at-Home-Moms) and all women who have chosen to build a business that allows them the flexibility of working from home. One way that we can support our WAHMs is to offer FREE advertising to any woman who has a home-based, family-friendly business. Just drop by the Ruby blog and leave a comment if you are interested! In return, we only ask that you post our link and a brief article on your blog or website to let the world know about Ruby for Women.

In Ruby for Women you will discover articles such as: "Footprints in the Mud," a column that explores the joys of daily life in the midst of the craziness of caring for a family; "Ruby's Closet," where you will find advice on refashioning your clothing, natural cosmetic and cleansing recipes, and frugal ideas for your family; and helpful advice for the WAHMs from Katie. You will also read "Secrets About Love," and ongoing story written by Laura Day; poetry and inspirational articles; a recipe and the historical background for Hot Cross Buns; and a spring applique pattern to brighten up a t-top or jeans. "Ask Sue from IndieSmiles" offers you the opportunity to ask your own questions about building a home-based business; spring garden advice is offered by Aunt Dots, paper dolls from Rochelle, and word search puzzles by Beth, and so much more! If you would like to subscribe to Ruby for Women, or just purchase a single issue of the March / April issue, please visit the NEW Ruby blog at: http://mamaslittletreasures.typepad.com/ruby_for_women/

2 comments:

  1. Thanks Annette - I'm off to check them out

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  2. I'll go see what they are about! Thanks ;-)

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