Monthly Archive: December, 2014

The Final Countdown: 5 Impromptu NYE Parties for 2015

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Happy New Year’s Eve! Let’s toast to 2014 and the year that was (or wasn’t), and brace ourselves for a most excellent 2015! Perhaps, dear New Yorkers, you haven’t quite sorted out your… Continue reading

Kate Hudson Wins ‘People Magazine’ Awards “Celebrity Role Model,” And Her Acceptance Speech Was Amazing!

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It’s no secret that Kate Hudson is incredible. You’re probably thinking, “OK, tell me something I don’t know.” On Thursday, at the People Magazine Awards, Kate Hudson was awarded the “Celebrity Role Model” award,… Continue reading

How Do We Continue The “Season” Of Giving?

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Last week I had Christmas dinner with my sister at a small Italian restaurant in New York City. Half way through the evening a homeless man walked into the restaurant and asked a… Continue reading

Happy Holidays from Women’s iStudio!!

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This has been an incredible year with the launch of Women’s iLab and I am so grateful for the opportunity to be a part of it! It is so incredible to live in a time… Continue reading

Top 10 Hashtags for Social Activism in 2014

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A way to create awareness for important issues is as simple as posting a hashtag on any social media site. As 2014 comes to an end, let’s take a look at some of… Continue reading

The Power & Influence of Fitness Instructors

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Do you jump out of bed in the early hours of the morning or sneak out of work a little before five to get to a fitness class? Do you book out your… Continue reading

How to Pack for 6 Weeks in South East Asia

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I believe in traveling as light as possible, no matter what type of trip I’m taking. And these days with weight limits, checked bag fees, and carry-on weight and size restrictions it’s just… Continue reading

Beyonce Schools Everyone On Body Image And Feminism In Her Latest Surprise Video

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Preach, Bey. Do you hear that? That sweet, sweet sound? It’s just the resplendent, joyful noise of Beyonce dropping some major truth bombs on err’one in her brand spankin’ new short film, “Yours… Continue reading

A Startup Dictionary for Beginners

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Before I even knew what a “startup” was, I wound up working for one. Admittedly, I had been an intern for over a month before I realized that the company I was working… Continue reading

Inspired Reads: Amy Poehler’s Memoir, “Yes Please”

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Author’s Note: This post is the first in a monthly series, “Inspired Reads,” where I’ll be reviewing a book focused around themes of inspiring women, feminism, women in media, and issues facing women… Continue reading