Women Who MisBehave

For those who are determined to pursue their dreams and rise above externally imposed limitations, I dare you to MisBehave: Speak Truth to Power.

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Women Who MisBehave

I would love to hear your stories. If you would like to share a victory, a struggle, or simply a quiet moment of realization that came to you as you traveled the path toward your dreams, please get in touch with me at my blog or email address on this website. I hope you’ll add your own threads to the growing tapestry being created by women of courage and vision, women who have decided to pursue their own dreams and demand that their voices be heard… women who dare to misbehave.

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Comment by Aria E. Appleford on October 31, 2011 at 1:58pm
Comment by Veronica Young on October 22, 2011 at 9:02am

Hi All! I just found this group...YEEEEEEEES!

Here's my story of misbehaving:



Born in Washington D.C. and raised in Maryland, Veronica is a graduate of the University of Maryland (College Park) (2009) where she received a Bachelor’s in Spanish Language and Literature with an emphasis in Business. Her studies have taken her to various parts of New York and Europe including Paris, Italy and Spain where she further honed her writing and linguistic abilities.

Having struggled from years of depression and anxiety, she was able to turn that situation around, to finally test the limits of her potential. In August of 2009, Veronica relocated to New York to pursue a career as a Bilingual Voice over Artist.

Her journey began when she, on a whim, decided to withdraw the $11.21 she had in her account and take the $20.00 loaned to her, and move to New York. Finding a part time job within 2 weeks of her arrival, the job gave her the stability she needed to focus on her aspirations as a Bilingual Voice over Artist.

A month later she built and launched her website, Veronica Inspires, where she takes a no – holds barred approach in discussing her pursuits all while navigating the industry and the road towards success and personal fulfillment.


What Veronica wants people to see when they meet her is her ability to not live defined or within constraints.  She refuses to be put in a box or have limits placed on her potential.  She says, “Fame and fortune are elusive but success is not.  Whatever your dream, can be achieved.  Period.”

Already during her short stay in New York, Veronica has made contributions to:,,,, and is a contributing translator for Spanish Writing (Sabiduría con Salsa)and Podcast Ministries (Voz Latina) and to date, is submitting her first book for publishing.

Kristin, Maryland

 “Veronica is God-gifted with many talents and abilities, as well as having a spiritual sensitivity and insight.  She loves the Spanish language as well as inspiring others to take risks to go after their dreams.”

Derek, Maryland

“Her passion…has ignited a flame in all of us, further pushing us to help her in her endeavors to make a difference.”

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Comment by Amy McCollister on October 6, 2011 at 7:44am
I just joined SW and so far am amazed by all that is going on here. I am a blogger who one day hopes to be more than just your average, everyday blogger. I am not afraid to tell someone the truth, but try to do so in love. I have started a novel, but haven't finished it, I'm not exactly sure where it is going quite yet, I just write when I'm inspired. I usually keep my blog updated weekly--at the very least, and most of my topics are how to live this thing called life in a way that pleases God and God only.
Comment by Dianne `Cakes' McCain on September 30, 2011 at 2:02pm
Hey! I'm new here... and admittedly green, hoping to get lots of inspiration and ideas here!). Writing is my therapy and some of my favourite pieces have come from getting my ass kicked and picking myself back up again. I have been writing a blog for 4 years and recently (after getting my ass metaphorically kicked yet again) I decided to compile all the material, correct the mountainous spelling and grammatical errors and put it into a manuscript - and I hope to learn a lot here! Otherwise... I write/bitch, because I can... it makes me feel great!... and some things just need to be said. ;)
Comment by Sue on September 29, 2011 at 4:06am
The effects of the economy ,why real people can't wait for the government to have a solution
Comment by Pat MacEnulty on September 26, 2011 at 5:50pm

HI, What a great group idea. I've written about my misbehavin' ways in my novel, Sweet Fire, my short story collection and my recent memoir, Wait Until Tomorrow. I look forward to reading about your exploits. Here's a blog I wrote for Open Salon that got cross-posted on 

Good Morning, Class. I'm an Ex-Con

Comment by Lea Grover on September 20, 2011 at 4:23pm
Anybody familiar with Triberr?  I have room in my tribe for other bloggers who write about causes/issues/activism etc.  If you're interested, follow me on Twitter (this is a requirement to issue invites) and send me a message!  @bcmgsupermommy
Comment by Ilie Ruby on September 19, 2011 at 8:49pm

Hello Dawn! How's it going over here on the misbehaving list? Miss you ladies!


The Language of Trees

Comment by Jeannette Kantzalis on August 29, 2011 at 4:23pm

Hi everybody,

My name is Jeannette Kantzalis and I just signed my first publishing deal for my novel/album, "Josephine the Outlaw King".  Definitely a woman who "misbehaves".

The novel started from a blog I started on my music myspace page.  It became such a conversation starter and women who've struggled with the conventions of their identity seemed to respond to my posts the most.

It was so great to finally find some like minded sisters out there.  It's very nice to meet you all and I look forward to hearing your experiences.


Comment by Ilie Ruby on August 15, 2011 at 4:02pm

For all the girls that misbehaved and still grew up to become great women, this is for you. xo


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