Women entrepreneurs we often put our health (physical and mental) on the back burner.
As many of us have discovered the hard way, ignoring yourself while you're building/scaling a business and taking care of your family can be unhealthy -- literally.
The true definition of prosperity is ensuring
Spoon University, a website founded by Mackenzie Barth and Sarah Adler, is a resource for all of your cooking needs. While this website is made primarily for college students, there are still a surplus of recipes ranging from under 5 ingredients to fancy desserts that
Melanie Kahn, the only female business owner chosen for Kraft Heinz’s inaugural Springboard Incubator Program, is a mother of two who created an antioxidant lemonade called Poppilu. This new lemonade is one of the healthiest on the market, with three flavors that all contain under 10
I just became a grandmother for the second time and my own mother will be 92 in July.
Mothering (and sometimes grandmothering) and daughtering is part of our lives. That can be in addition to launching, running, and scaling a business. Those of us who do it
Last year, I posted a simple image on sheBOOM about relaxing.
It was one of our highest traffic days on the site. Clearly, we women entrepreneurs need to de-stress.
One in five Americans experience extreme stress, according to this infographic. And women who are founding and running
Title IX: What you need to know about the laws that changed the game for women.
Title IX states that, “No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to
What is it like to be a part of the 4% of female NFL agents? In short, challenging.
In 2005 Kristin Kuliga, president and CEO of K Sports and Entertainment, was the only female agent working with active NFL players. After being told she would never
97% of women in C-Suite positions reported playing sports as children .
Business Insider reports that sports teach girls motivational skills, team building, and the ability to see projects through to completion. The leadership skills and competitive attitude taught through sports serve women well: 61% of the women
Seun Adigun, captain of the newly formed Nigerian Olympic Bobsled Team, is making history.
No African nation has ever participated in the Olympic bobsledding event, and this year Nigeria is slated to be the first (Fortune). Adigun began her Olympic career in Track and Field, but
Just how far have women come since the start of the Olympic Games? The “2016 Women in the Olympic Movement Factsheet,” published by the International Olympic Committee contains some cool facts.
The first women to participate in the Olympics did so in Paris in 1900.