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Meet Jeannette Ceja: Official Travel Host for The World Woman Summit 2018

As a woman and a travel journalist, I am truly honored to be the Official Travel Host for The World Woman Summit. It is a dream come true to be a part of an organization like The World Woman Summit which represents everything that I am deeply passionate about in life. My personal and professional mission continues to want to inspire the public to travel. I am a huge advocate for women empowerment and travel.

Jeannette Ceja

Jeannette Ceja

I grew up watching women like Samantha Brown on The Travel Channel. And I remember telling my mother, “I want to be her when I grow up.” Samantha ignited a hope that I could also host a travel show in the future. And I got an opportunity to tell her that when I interviewed her a few years ago. Now, I feel is the time for a Latina travel host to come on the big screen. I am thankful that there were always women in my path like my mother who encouraged me to follow my dreams. I feel it’s very important that all young girls can count on a professional mentor or other women for inspiration. And I hope to be a positive role model for women all over the world.

I wrote this on a recent flight to India for a global travel conference. I am reminded of my life purpose because I get the same butterflies in my stomach every time I visit a new country. The excitement is unmistakable! I am frequently contacted by women all over the world who ask me for travel advice, and as such, I am very grateful to be a resource for women and travel. Additionally, I am a proud Global Ambassador for the non-profit Synergy of Empowered Women. I even created a series of travel workshops for women because I realized the demand was very high.

I highly recommend all women embark on a solo trip at least once in their lifetime. And they can start somewhere local first. What I tell women about travel is to first be comfortable in your own company whether that’s in your own city, country or overseas.  However, I do understand there can be additional safety concerns for women when it comes to traveling. I always guide women to also be mindful about the culture and their surroundings when they travel.

I would love to share one of my favorite quotes by John A. Shedd: “A ship in a harbor is safe, but it not what ships are built for.” I am so happy that I took chances in my life towards my dream. Otherwise, I would not have grown into the woman that I am today.

The World Woman Summit will be an incredible event for women everywhere. I am grateful to interview many of the exceptional speakers and attendees during the event. Additionally, I can’t wait to explore the Clinton Presidential Center and show you why Little Rock, Arkansas is a top destination to visit. Stay tuned for much more to come.

 

Theo Marescaux, Will Moffat, and Pieter Palmers are three dads that love technology but felt that true imagination has taken a back seat and created Jooki.

In a recent advances in the study of the brain have revealed that listening to music may influence other activities for kids. The cerebral cortex self organises as we engage with different musical activities, skills in these areas may then transfer to other activities if the processes involved are similar. Some skills transfer automatically without our conscious awareness, others require reflection on how they might be utilised in a new situation.

 If you are a busy mom and looking for ways  to engage your kids with music. Tired of playing the same song for your child over and over on your smartphone? As digital platforms become commonplace to listen to music, it can be difficult for kids to listen to music without mom and dad’s help.

Co-Founder and CEO Theodore Marescaux’s inspiration for Jooki came from his three-year-old daughter. She’d asked him to play a song on his smartphone, and came back again and again to hear the same song. Marescaux, along with co-founders Will Moffat and Pieter Palmers created MuuseLabs in October 2014 to work on a product that would give children the autonomy to listen to music on their own.

“As fathers ourselves, we understand the need for a safe, hassle-free product,” Marescaux said. “Our goal has been to give the best to our children and we think that all kids should be able to enjoy the freedom and joy of music.”

Jooki with Jooki stars and tokens

Jooki with Jooki stars and tokens

Jooki is a stand alone jukebox for children to listen to music, audiobooks or stories with Jooki Stars. For parents who worry about handing a tablet or smartphone to their child to listen to music, Jooki is screenless device encouraging kids to use their imagination to listen to music rather than look at a screen. Jooki is kid friendly and easy to use. To play music, children place a Jooki Star on top of Jooki to hear the playlist assigned to that Jooki Star.

Jooki can be connected to surrounding devices via Bluetooth to stream music from an internet or Spotify radio station. To create a specific playlist ie, traveling, dancing or bedtime, place a Jooki star on top of Jooki, use a laptop or the companion Jooki app to drag and drop files from an Itunes library or Spotify and assign a playlist to the Jooki star.

To save parents from listening to Disney’s “Let it Go” for hours on end, Jooki sports a headphone jack and has expandable storage to hold 1000+ songs for offline play. Take Jooki anywhere and listen to music from high quality speakers at a sleepover party, on the way to school, Grandma and Grandpa’s house or even outside in the park. Jooki has 8 hours of battery time for those hours away from home and designed to withstand daily wear and tear. Jooki is sturdy and spill proof for active kids.

AS AN 8-YEAR-OLD, Maryam Mirzakhani used to tell herself stories about the exploits of a remarkable girl. Every night at bedtime, her heroine would become mayor, travel the world or fulfill some other grand destiny.

Today, Mirzakhani — a 37-year-old mathematics professor at Stanford University — still writes elaborate stories in her mind.

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TIME: Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren drew a red line on Friday for 2016 presidential candidates, calling for them to commit to end the so-called “revolving door” between Wall Street and the Cabinet.

The firebrand populist said specifically that all the presidential candidates should support Wisconsin Sen.

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EHARI (Web Desk) – Shazia Perveen, 25, who hails from Vehari District in Punjab, joined the Rescue 1122 emergency services as a firefighter in 2010. Fighting fire with frightening conflagrations in a field feared even by most men, her co-workers acknowledge her determination.

Rescue 1122 claims that Perveen is the first female firefighter in Pakistan, and perhaps in all of Asia, reported Express Tribune.

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IANS: Specially-abled Ira Singhal, who topped this year’s IAS examination, could be the brand ambassador for the programmes of department of empowerment of persons with disabilities, a minister said on Friday.

“Singhal could be the brand ambassador for the department for its schemes and programmes,” Union Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment Thaawar Chand Gehlot said in a statement.

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