Monthly Archive: August, 2015

5 Children’s Books that Encourage Girls (and Boys) to be Feminists

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Children are the future. The next scientists, actors or actresses, presidents, or famous authors are running around on monkey bars, practicing their addition and learning how to read in school. They are sponges… Continue reading

6 Fool-Proof Steps to Learning on the Job

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One day, I came into work and my boss asked me a question: can you be our content manager? Recognizing an opportunity for growth and advancement, I said yes. Unfortunately, I was also the project manager and… Continue reading

10 Ways to Beat Workplace Stress

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Anxiety can be common in the work place. There are deadlines to consider, varying personalities to deal with and a never endng to-do list that grows regularly. It is important to be efficient… Continue reading

Teen Workers as Support Staff for Startup. Good or Bad Idea?

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As with all things in life, hiring teen workers as support staff for a startup has a certain polarity. One the one hand, you want and embrace the young, new, fresh ideas teens… Continue reading

Why entrepreneurship is important

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Entrepreneurship is a buzzy topic thanks the success of a few small and humble companies like Facebook, Snapchat, and Uber. Yes, the world of entrepreneurship and innovation is a trendy one, yet its trendiness… Continue reading

Your gifted daughter probably won’t end up in STEM. Here’s why.

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Sheryl Sandberg put it perfectly when she said: “We cannot change what we are not aware of, and once we are aware, we cannot help but change.” While at IBM, Catherine Blake, now… Continue reading

Three Ways to Combat Creative Anxiety

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Any time you’re taking a creative writing course is not the ideal time to develop a phobia of writing, but that’s what happened to me. I was a bit of a mess my… Continue reading

How the Economy Influences Women to Look into STEM Jobs

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“One of the things that I really strongly believe in is that we need to have more girls interested in math, science, and engineering. We’ve got half the population that is way underrepresented… Continue reading

Adidas and Manchester United Under Scrutiny After Releasing Revealing Female Jersey

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It was announced in July 2014 that Manchester United would not be renewing any contract with Nike, with whom they previously had a 13-season contract. Instead MU locked into a sponsorship deal with… Continue reading

Why Amy Schumer Became the Ultimate Boss Lady with Trainwreck

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By now, most of you have seen or heard of the movie Trainwreck, starring Amy Schumer and Bill Hader. Amy Schumer, the comedian, writer, and producer, is most known for starring in Inside… Continue reading