New Year resolutions reflected

End of January, so it's time for Julia to share her thoughts on New Year resolutions.

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Jubilant January News

With wishes for a happy new year comes our january newsletter.

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If Santa were a girl....

Ruby Cups very own Santa series now collected for our Blog.

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Consume less, live more

Although we've seen Santa chocolates for sale at the grocery since Halloween, it's now close enough to the holidays where the mentions of Christmas no longer bring on, "TOO SOON!" But rather, mild panic. Pretty soon, we'll be shopping up a storm for our friends and family, picking through markets and bookmarking every shopping site available. We love giving, we love receiving, and gifts can be wonderfully thoughtful, but wouldn't it be nice to just take a break from consuming, consuming and consuming?

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Dreamy December News

Of course our news in Dezember are dreamy. However, our motto is strict: Treat yourself!

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A Woman against a world of pads

Have you heard of Leona W. Chalmers? No? It is not easy to find something about her. This probably has to do with her being known in the USA in the 1950's. And also because she was a woman.

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Super Nice November News

Check out our november newsletter: Sometimes naughty, always nice.

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The Enlightenment Period, 2013-Present

Disclaimer: The following article mentions vaginas. May be graphic for some, but hey you’ve definitely seen one, probably own one, so you should probably know what goes on in there. Skip to the end for a “Too Long, Didn’t Read” summary.

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Rachael's life with Ruby Cup

"Since I joined Ruby Cup, it has made a difference in my life because now I don't need to stay in abuse relationship in order for a man to support me economicaly, which makes me to be independent."

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Life in Nairobi and African Yoga

As much as I love living in Nairobi, the 101 obstacles to going for a jog really get to me. First, there’s the lack of coordination between my schedule and daylight hours; the sun sets at 6:30 and I get home from work around 5:45. This gives me approximately 45 minutes to muster up some energy, put on my running gear, and jog around the block a few times before nightfall, when it becomes too risky to be outdoors alone.

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