Monthly Archive: October, 2014

It’s Time to #LeadOnLeave

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It’s time. We are living in the year of 2014 and it’s time that women and men in the United States have the opportunity to care for their newborn children and not worry about taking the… Continue reading

Twelve is Too Young for a Bridal Shower

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Saturday, October 11 was the United Nations International Girl Child Day. The International Girl Child Day was established on December 19, 2011, and on its second year of observance, this day will be celebrating… Continue reading

Women’s iStudio Week 2: Workday Commute

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As Ryan Reynolds states in the opening scene of Definitely, Maybe. “it’s a great feeling when you find the right track to go with the day”. We here at Women’s iLab 100% agree… Continue reading

Malala Yousafzai Is The Youngest Nobel Peace Prize Winner Ever Empowering Women With Education

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Her story of survival after a brutal attack has inspired millions around the world. As did her plea for peace and educational opportunities for girls. For those reasons, and many others, Pakistani teen… Continue reading

Call It Supper: Red Wine Syrup

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Have you ever had a party and woke up the next morning with all these opened half-full (optimist) bottles of wine? Neither have we, our guests always finish the wine at Call It… Continue reading

Sarah Silverman: Society Owes Working Women Nearly $30 Trillion

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Sarah Silverman is the latest celebrity voicing her outrage for the gender wage gap spanning across America. However, in true Sarah fashion, she manages to make the topic hilarious, inappropriate, and very drastic.

Working Mom Series: Blissfulmamas Is On A Mission To Bring You Work-Life Balance and Bliss

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Thirteen years ago in the green mountains of VT, Becky & Erin met in a courtyard destined to be best friends forever. Now in their early thirties, they are both successful professionals working and living in the… Continue reading

Math Made Me a Feminist

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77 cents to a dollar. That is exactly why I am not afraid to use the “F Word” that so many of us fear. I am a feminist because I do not believe… Continue reading

The Rise of the Twenty-Something Artist

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It is safe to say we live in an era where fame and the prerequisite for innate talent are becoming less exclusive. However in the music world, the rise of young and talented… Continue reading

#WomenDoingWell: This One’s For The Girls

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1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. And besides an excuse to don 50 shades of pink for 31 days, Breast Cancer Awareness month (October) is a… Continue reading