This Is Precisely Why Every Woman Should Know How To Unclog A Toilet

A Cautionary Tale: Why Every Woman Should Know How To Unclog A Toilet

June 19, 2015 by

Almost four years ago to the day, American Standard released this video, which they say is "Based on a true story." Fact or fiction, it is hilarious! You panic, cringe, and gag right along with this poor woman who has found herself in some seriously deep doo-doo. For the brand it's a clever sales piece, but for us it's a cautionary tale that captures precisely why every woman should know how to unclog ... [Read More]

Katie’s Krops: How A 40-lb Cabbage Sparked A Mission To Feed America’s Hungry

Katie’s Krops: How A 40-lb Cabbage Sparked A Mission To Feed America’s Hungry

June 18, 2015 by

For some people it’s big ideas that change the world, but for 16-year-old Katie Stagliano, all it took was to see the impact one 40-pound cabbage could have on an entire community to spark her mission… to feed America’s hungry. When Katie was in third grade, as part of a school project, she planted a cabbage seedling in her backyard. ... [Read More]

Kelly Tan

Giving Proper Credit To The Woman Behind The Stunning iPhone Image You’ve Probably Seen In Your Facebook Feed

June 18, 2015 by

This image was flying all over the internet yesterday, and was met with countless shares, cheers, "oohs" and "aahs". But in true social media form, the person most deserving of an invite to the viral party was left high and dry. So allow us to introduce you to Kelly Tan, the full-time mom, part-time ... [Read More]


Historic Moment Or Currency Manspreading? Treasury Secretary Decides To Feature Woman On Redesigned $10 Bill, But She’ll Likely Have To Share The Space

June 18, 2015 by

It’s official, U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew announced that a newly redesigned $10 bill will feature a woman “who was a champion for our inclusive ... [Read More]


Fangirl Dressed As Green Arrow To Her School Prom. It’s Awesome.

June 17, 2015 by

"Fangirl" Danielle Taylor from Douglasville, GA was really disappointed in her high school’s prom theme, Sweet Dreams (Candy Land), so she set out to do something else altogether, and showed up dressed as DC Comics superhero, Green Arrow. This girl is clearly the hero of her own story.   ... [Read More]


One Mom’s Mission to Raise Awareness Of Life-Threatening Congenital Disorder, Beckwith Wiedemann Syndrome

June 16, 2015 by

Melanie Varney and her husband Gabby Mason have three children. When their twin girls Indigo and Ocea were born last year, nurses, family and friends were commenting on how cute it was that Ocea’s tongue stuck out. When Melanie noticed that Ocea ... [Read More]


Vision Of Hope: Syrian Refugee Girls Create Inspiring Photos Of Their Future Selves

June 16, 2015 by

What do you want to be when you grow up? It’s a question most of us have heard and had the chance to consider. But in many other parts of the world, girls are faced with the most challenging circumstances, and "reach womanhood without ever being asked about their dreams and ambitions," making it difficult ... [Read More]


“Advice From My Mom” – Lunchbox Letters Become Source Of Inspiration For Master’s Thesis

June 15, 2015 by

When Skye Gould was in middle school, her mom, who was often traveling for work, wrote her dozens of advice notes and put them in her lunchbox. The two made a pact to save the letters, and they've been tucked away in a shoebox for more than a decade. Skye is now sharing them on a website she created as part of her master's thesis ... [Read More]