Category Archive: Cause

2015: The Year of Many F*Cks

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I know girls that spill apologies out of their mouths like they swipe left on tinder profiles. Sorry for bumping into you on the sidewalk. Sorry for using the restroom during class. Sorry for asking a stupid… Continue reading

Potty-Mouthed Princesses- Love It Or Hate It?

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Pass the swear jar to these little ladies! Everyone is talking about the controversial YouTube video that went viral last week. This video has sparked quite a few different opinions regarding it’s message… Continue reading

Enjoy Life through Growth in a New Way

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I love showcasing different non-profits spreading good in the world, and I came across two great educational programs. One is Enjoy Life Education which I learned about through a good friend who volunteers with… Continue reading

“A Path Appears”, Blake Lively visits Boston’s Sex Trafficking Victims

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PBS now features “A Path Appears”, which is a a three-part documentary highlighting sex trafficking in the US as well as all over the world. In the episode that aired January 26th, Blake… Continue reading

Can Nail Polish Protect Us?

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Four college students hailing from North Carolina State University have shined quite the spotlight on date rape this week, but not in the way many would have expected. Their development of a nail… Continue reading

Dove: The Beauty Legacy a Mother Leaves Behind

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In their recent short film Legacy, out of Ogilvy Paris, Dove aims to educate mothers on the effects their low physical self-confidence has on their young daughters. In the Legacy video, Dove asked… Continue reading

#WomenDoingWell: Homelessfonts finds art in pleas for help

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“Looking for a warm heart, and a warm meal.” “War veteran, please help.”  We typically shuffle past these messages, trying not to make eye contact. A worn piece of cardboard with Sharpie script… Continue reading

P.I.N.K. & Perfect

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I was thrilled to learn today that I’m paying it forward in ways I never imagined. Being enthusiastically acknowledged by my own stoic, unflappable oncologist was just icing on the cake. But, wait,… Continue reading

Liam Neeson Isn’t The Only One Fighting Human Trafficking Anymore

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HUMAN TRAFFICKING. A term not thrown around frequently in the day to day conversation. Isn’t human trafficking what happened to those girls in the movie Taken? Like, what happens in third world countries? Right? WRONG. Human… Continue reading

How Women Are Bettering the Future of Vietnam

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It was hectic, hot, and dirty. My friends and I got in tuk-tuk accidents, had clothing stolen from our hotel rooms, lost credit cards to countless ATMS, and suffered food poisoning. It was… Continue reading