Ruth Bader Ginsburg was aware of cages that restricted women’s freedoms while pretending to protect them. The cage that kept Bradwell from her attorney license for instance, because apparently, the […]
Life, Work and Wellness
If you are in the lucky group, hopefully self reflection has also evolved into reflection about our responsibilities to our communities and the worlds we are part of. Whether we […]
In Brain Pickings, one of the most precious gems on the internet, Maria Popova prompts her readers to construct their own “intellectual, creative, and ideological lineage.” Ancestry as a choice […]
When Toni Morrison was in elementary school more than eight decades ago, a school friend expressed her wish to have blue eyes. It was a shocking conversation that would inspire […]
How much of our pain and our rage should inform our work as innovators, creatives, and thought leaders. Virginia Wolf had some thoughts on “incandescent, unimpeded” writing. May you find spaces of self love to experience peace as if you weren’t wronged. But may you find freedom and purpose in expressing rage too.
4 months in and you may have or may not have made progress on the resolutions you set at the beginning of the year. Last year, only 6% of Americans […]
Because our current times call for radical acts of self love and self care. And we are grateful when we can afford it.
If you find yourself on the single end of the scale this year, we say you make your evenings fabulous regardless. Use the fabulous ladies of Sex and the City […]
It’s one of our favorite women’s friendship on TV, and this Valentine’s Day, we think the Meredith or Christina in your life deserves some love, or a lot of love. […]
She is telling it all, and we can’t wait to read it. Because even if she arguably failed, hers is an admirable tale of girlboss resilience and determination. A lot […]