Marshfield Hills, MA (PRWEB) June 01, 2011
Announcing Diva Dens -- a new website to showcase innovative and creative women and the spaces they work from. Its mission is two-fold. First, it aims to create and foster a community of support for featured divas and their businesses, projects, ideas, and causes. Second, it will provide our broader community of diva friends with a new social gathering place, and with it -- a treasure trove of intriguing and inspirational ideas for them to draw from and to help them enjoy their own personal space.
A diva den is so many things; a place to create, rejuvenate, relax, but most importantly it’s a reflection of the woman. And while "man caves" are appropriately named, "mom caves" are a good idea with a bad name for three important reasons: 1.) Women don’t belong in caves; 2.) While we believe being a mom is the most important job a woman will ever have, she shouldn’t be defined by it; and 3.) There are many women who aren’t moms. They shouldn't be excluded from seeking out their personal space, too.
The main focus of the Diva Dens website will be on the showcased divas and their “dens,” presented in a blog style format with photos and videos. Here, the reader will learn about the women and the space where they pursue their passion.
In addition to the featured dens, the website will also feature Diva Dens:
- Delights -- items deemed perfect for a diva den,
- Designs -- where guest interior designers and inspired women will write a commentary on diva dens and design.
- Discoveries -- to inspire and/or intrigue the reader while she enjoys her time in her own den; and,
- Diversions -- little distractions, perhaps a website, a craft, or a recommendation, to be enjoyed in a diva’s den.
And as interest in Diva Dens grows, the website will offer:
- Deals -- where discounts will be negotiated on featured products, and
- Do-goods -- items offered for sale that will show off our fabulous logo, and where a percentage of the profits will be donated to a worthy women's-focused charitable organization.
Diva Dens wants to remind women how important it is to carve out the time -- and the space -- to do what they love to do. By showcasing creative, inspiring and intriguing women who have made the time, and created the space to do exactly that, the hope is to inspire others to do the same. Robin Buckley and Alice Wilson of Diva Dens agree, "a diva den is a sanctuary, a place to be surrounded with inspiration and things enjoyed. A place to “be inspired, be intrigued, be you.”