Monthly Archive: July, 2015

Summer Hair Styles… From Work to Play

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Summer is finally here and there are so many things to look forward to. For the working woman, it is a time to explore everything going on now that you are not rushing… Continue reading

I Am That Girl Brings Shift in Girl Culture

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Source: www.iamthatgirl.com We all have a young woman in our life that, with a nudge here and a little love and support there, can realize their potential. Once realized, what better way to… Continue reading

Meet Ana Maria: a female entrepreneur in Chile

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Starting a company is hard. Some say that starting a company as a female founder is even harder. But imagine starting a company as a female founder in South America. I am going… Continue reading

Meet the First African American Woman Named Principal Dancer For American Ballet Theater

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In it’s entire 75 year old history, the American Ballet Theater has never had an African American woman named Principal dancer, until now. Misty Copeland was finally given this honorable title after making the… Continue reading

Actors from “Orange is the New Black” Identify as Feminists

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I love the Netflix series Orange is the New Black. Anyone who watches it will tell you It has one of the most diverse groups of women in a series on TV right… Continue reading

Target swimsuit campaign shows women what it’s like to love your body

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Bathing suit shopping shouldn’t be so difficult, at least according to Target. The company has launched a new body-positive campaign, “Target Loves Every Body,” to encourage women to embrace their bodies and bring… Continue reading

Crafting Your #GirlBoss Elevator Pitch

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One of the hardest questions that I received during my business school interviews was, “You have 60 seconds to sell yourself to the Admissions Committee. Go.” Let’s be honest, “elevator pitches” are awkward and… Continue reading

Pure Addiction #PureBarre

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Why I am Still in LOVE with PureBarre   It has been about 16 months since I first started taking Pure Barre; 350 classes later, somehow I am in still in love with it.… Continue reading

How to Throw a Great 4th of July Party

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With the 4th of July weekend coming up, everyone is making plans to celebrate. One great way to celebrate is to have a backyard barbeque party with family and friends. Party planning can… Continue reading

5 Ways my Cross-Country Adventure Impacted my Life

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My boyfriend, Eric, and I returned from a cross-country road trip a few weeks ago. We set out on this formative journey after talking about it in theory for over a year, planning… Continue reading