More Than Pretty: How to Live a Life of Substance  in an Artificial World.

Women of the world have woken up. Nations have begun to understand that the conditions of our present societies cannot improve if women are not contributing their talents, minds, and innovation. Women have also woken up to the realization that for far too long their own conditions have been monitored and maintained without women at the table. We, uniquely to our gender, have been chosen to carry and birth life and we are outliving our male counterparts. This is a critical moment for all of us as mothers, daughters, and sisters. This is the moment where we will decide how to lead in obligation as the world’s responsibilities call to us. We need to be prepared. We need to be focused. We need to do. This book is dedicated to all of you, awake and ready. 

Published by Culturatti Ink, the book is available for purchase online or at Unabridged in Chicago.

From now until ovember 2, 2017, Maaria is donating the proceeds of this book to United State of Women. She wants to help in their efforts to galvanize women around the country to become Women of Impact. 



The Skinless Project

The Skinless Project is founded on the notion that all women should embrace and cultivate their personal power so they may succeed in their personal and professional lives. The initiative believes that all women regardless of their age, race, skin color, religion or financial status deserve the opportunity to be respected for their ideas and personal strength in their communities.

The Skinless project believes that through collaborative and creative initiatives we can build a powerful community of support for every woman we know.  Women are the foundations for our future.  We envision a world where a woman is celebrated for hertalent, grace and intellect which in turn results in her being respected as a powerful leader in her world. These powerful attributes go beyond the traditionally valued attributes of external beauty. The Skinless project is created to honor the women we know, the women we were and the women we wish to be.

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