Monthly Archive: March, 2015

Meet the Sisters who are Changing the Conversation about Race

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The story of Lucy and Maria Almyer shows us that the discussion of race is relevant even in one’s immediate family. Lucy has fair skin, blue eyes and red hair. Maria has darker… Continue reading

It’s a (Wo)man’s World Music Artist Feature: Aruna

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Each month, I will feature a talented female music artist who is lesser known in the music industry. Although we have Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, etc dominating the Top 40 charts, the rest… Continue reading

Superfood Spotlight: Hemp Seeds

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Recently, I have become hooked on these tiny little Superfoods called Hemp Seeds. These seeds contain all the essential amino acids and essential fatty acids required to maintain healthy human life. There is no… Continue reading

GF Girl Next Door: Iron Skillet Mushroom Cap Pizzas

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Before I publish my first post for the Women’s iLab, I just want to take a moment to thank the editors for welcoming me into their community. I’m very excited to become a contributor to the site… Continue reading

The Atlas of Beauty

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In my eyes, individuality is one of the most interesting traits a person can carry. The unique characteristics or qualities that a person posses is what makes them who they are. I think… Continue reading

Why Your Company Should Hire More Mothers

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Katharine Zaleski is doing big things for working mothers in the tech field. As the President and Co-Founder of PowerToFly, a global platform that connects top female talent, primarily in tech, with remote and… Continue reading

Trendy on a Budget: One Dress, Three Ways

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The little black dress is a key staple that every working girl must have in her wardrobe. And in my case, it’s the LBQD. First off, a dress takes the guess work out… Continue reading

Men Wearing Miniskirts Protest in Turkey

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  Let’s hear it for the men in Turkey who have been struttin’ their stuff in miniskirts over the past few weeks to protest for women’s rights due to a recent tragedy that… Continue reading

5 Ways to Sift through Controversy and Decide for Yourself

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For the past few weeks, all anyone has wanted to talk about is 50 Shades of Grey. I had conversations about it with my mom, my friends, and my sisters. I also read… Continue reading

Women & Weight Training: Five Reasons to Start Now

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“The stronger she became..the stronger she became” Many women are wary of lifting weights at the gym. I have definitely been one of them; it is intimidating if you do not know what… Continue reading