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Free Feminine Products Movement

Have you ever felt the panic of getting your period in school and having no tampons or pads? Do you know the feeling of frantically asking friends for tampons or pads to get you through the day? What about the embarrassment of having to walk with blood on your clothes to the nurse’s office to…

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The New Generation of Feminism

I’m pretty familiar with the concept of feeling like you’re not as good as someone for reasons that you can’t control – whether it’s age, gender, appearance, or really anything, it’s one of the worst feelings to have. This is who you are, and someone isn’t letting you embrace that. That, right there, is painful.…

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Every Dancer Deserves A Chance To Dance

One day while cleaning out our closets and trying to organize our room we came upon old dance bags over stuffed with tap and jazz shoes that didn’t fit us anymore. Behind that bag was another large bag packed with beautiful costumes and barely-worn leotards. We looked at each other and then of course, turned…

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Two Girls Have Collectively Raised $250,000+ for Cleft Charity

In honor of International Women’s Day on March 8th, I wanted to share two stories of young women who are going above and beyond to raise money for the world’s largest cleft charity, Smile Train, and create smiles all across the world. Below please find more information about Ella Pastorelli (10 years old) and Sonali…

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Empowering Young Girls in Guatemala

Most young girls in rural Guatemala have very limited access to basic services and education. One of the United Nations’ sustainable development goals (SDGs) is the eradication of poverty worldwide. Educating girls is a central part of eradicating global poverty, according to the World Bank, because it has broad social implications. At the Mojarras School…

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How To Find Motivation After The Loss Of A Loved One

Perhaps, one of the hardest things to do in life is finding motivation to move on after you lost someone you love. Losing someone who matters can bring heartache and pain, sleepless night, and not finding the courage to face life. When you’re hurt, you have the tendency to shut yourself down from the outside…

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Think I Can’t, Watch Me

Hello, my name is Barbara, I was born in a small town of Duluth Minnesota in 1960. I know, to some of you that’s old however I have embraced that number and decided to age by surrounding myself with the “younger” generation. I had my daughter at 24, now 29 we look like twins and…

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How I turned my journal into a purposeful brand

Hey everyone! I’m Myasi (pronounced My-Yah-See) and I run a lifestyle freelance writing business titled Purpose Copy. I started Purpose Copy with the intent of helping readers with in-depth, relatable lifestyle articles for different publications. I did not always want to be a writer. I actually wanted to become a Social Worker and work with…

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Ice Skating Movie – An exercise in trusting myself

Hi! My name is Maddison Bullock, I am the writer and producer of a new independent Ice Skating Movie called Ice The Movie. The narrative follows the journey of two elite level figure skaters and the challenges they face in the hyper individualistic world of competitive figure skating. Ultimately the film serves as a celebration…

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It Starts With YOU

Hello, Our names are Kristina and Kayla Goosby. My sister and I (Yes we’re twins) are the Co-founders of GoosbyTwins which is a stationery line dedicated to redefining, inspiring, and uniting women on a global scale. Our product the 2017 “It Starts With YOU” Daily Planner has launched on Kickstarter and we would be honored…

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Business Woman

Changing the world through business

Hi, My name is Sofia, and I’m a Portuguese woman entrepreneur. I created a shoe brand called Josefinas. In everything we do, we carry the mission to empower and inspire other women. We believe in empowering them towards their own successes because a woman’s success is a success to other women. Every chance we have,…

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Wags 4 Hope

I am 18 years old and started an animal welfare non-profit when I was in 8th grade after my rescue dog, Teddy, suffered from a potentially fatal disease in a high-kill shelter. He had to be in a crate for more than a month stabilized with arsenic injections. Inspired by his story, I wanted to…

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