Gratitude is a choice. As we close out the year, we’re wrapping up our holiday gratitude series, where we shared the stories and inspiration of women in our incredible community.
As we close our gratitude series, we’re hearing from Dr. Hélène Bertrand, M.D., C.M. She is
It’s hard to be bitter or angry when you’re grateful. Practicing gratitude is a conscious decision—and one that we’re encouraging our community to try this holiday season. If you’ve been following our gratitude series, you know that we’ve been spotlighting women in our community who
The countdown to 2021 is on and we’re brimming still brimming with gratitude! As we reflect back on this year, it’s this community that has made us most grateful.
If you haven’t been following our gratitude series, we’re highlighting women entrepreneurs who have chosen, in spite
As 2020 winds down and we look ahead to the new year, we wanted to take a moment to reflect and cultivate gratitude. We’re thankful for our community of women here at sheBOOM who have shared with us their stories of resilience and gratefulness over
Have you been keeping up with our Gratitude series? We are so thrilled to share the stories of women in our sheBOOM community who are choosing to be grateful, even amidst all the ups and downs this year has brought.
As we look ahead to 2021,
A few weeks ago, we asked you what you're doing to stay calm and cultivate a grateful heart this year. You all delivered! Over the coming weeks, we’re sharing the ideas and stories of several incredible women who are inspiring us to practice gratitude.
This holiday season, we’re focusing on gratitude. For so many of us, 2020 has been hard and frankly, pretty weird. In spite of it all, we can choose to be thankful.
We asked our sheBOOM community what you are doing to stay calm and practice gratitude
Of course, this year has been a tough one.
You're not alone. Between the challenges of COVID-19, the stress of the election, and our own personal business and personal "stuff," we have all faced really hard realities this year.
I've never been a sugar-coater, but I do
"I will create, and if it works, it works, and if it doesn't, it doesn't, I'll create something else. I don't have any limitations of what I think I could do or be."
Keep creating, keep inspiring, and never limit yourself.
Have your own story to
July 4th brings to mind the women who fought for our independence, created our national flag, wrote poetry to share history, and organized protests.
These women are Betsy Ross, Deborah Sampson, Phillis Wheatley, and Penelope Barker. They fought brave and strong, persevered, and made a difference.