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.
June 24th, the annual day of joy, and it really couldn't have come at a better time.
According to a national survey, during quarantine
"Success isn't about how much money you make; it's about difference you make in people's lives." - Michelle Obama
Keep hustling, but most importantly keep making an impact in someones life. Even if it just a smile, you never know who needs it the most.
Happy International Women's Day! We love Amy Schumer's take on self-definition. What story are you defining for yourself? Let us know in the comments!
Misty May-Treanor, 3-time Olympic Gold Medalist, surpasses her own expectations.
Lisa Leslie, former WNBA player and actor, thinks beauty and strength are not mutually exclusive.
Maddie Bowman, USA Olympic Freestyle Ski Team, describes the way athletes represent a diverse country.
Lindsey Vonn, USA Olympic Alpine Ski Team Member, believes a woman's strength is beautiful.
On International Women’s Day, “Fearless Girl” faced off Wall Street’s “Charging Bull” in Lower Manhattan - and thousands petitioned the city to keep her there. Shout out to Fearless Girl's sculptor Kristen Visbal.
Four months later, the bronze statue of a young girl with legs locked,