It's that time again! Kids return to school, vacations are over for a while, and book club resumes! The team compiled a slew of books that feature strong, female characters, role models, or books that portray positive, inspiring storylines. Here's a sneak peak:
The Confessions of Catherine de Medici by C.W. Gortner
Signs of the new school year approaching are everywhere, with stores stocked full of school supplies and back-to-school sales advertisements galore. As a kid, I remember the excitement that would come with shopping for school supplies - new notebooks, markers, pencils, rulers, etc. As a parent, it is still fun, but our list goes beyond that of classroom supplies.
Ninety-three years after the passage of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, which granted women the right to vote in the United States, we celebrate Women’s Equality Day. Women have been given choice, and now more than ever, an investment in female empowerment remains critical to future generations. Research shows that an investment in women leads to healthier, wealthier and better educated communities when all members of society contribute.
I am happy to let your company know that I am 38 years of age and have been using this product since the age of 20! I saw a late night infomercial and it changed my life. A group of women were speaking when one of the ladies said something that caught my attention.
Our August stop-at-nothing woman is the first Hispanic United States Supreme Court Justice, Sonia Maria Sotomayor. She is also its third female justice. Her diverse background from a humble beginning to esteemed success distinctly embodies a woman who persevered to achieve her dreams.
Here’s one for you trivia buffs out there in Softcup land! Which of these diseases is the most common curable cause of sexually transmitted infection (STI): chlamydia, gonorrhea or trichomoniasis?
Summer involves friends, family, vacation, the outdoors, sun and fun! Check these 10 activities off your summer bucket list before the season ends:
Eva Perón's stop-at-nothing mentality makes her a fabulous woman to add to our series.
What do Shannon Miller, the most decorated female gymnast in U.S. history, Dinah Shore, a well-known singer and actress from the 70’s, Rosie O’Donnell, an often controversial comedian and actress, and Coretta Scott King, activist and wife of Martin Luther King Jr., have in common? At first glance, this appears to be a very odd crew of celebrities from completely different walks of society. Nonetheless, these ladies all share the diagnosis of ovarian cancer.