Month: April 2018

25
Apr

Why We Shouldn’t Define “Pretty”

There was a lot of anticipation for Amy Schumer’s new movie, “I Feel Pretty”, both positive and negative. While you’re probably familiar with the plot, here’s a quick summary… A woman who struggles with self-esteem issues is in an accident that causes her to suddenly see herself as beautiful and confident, even though nothing has … Continue reading Why We Shouldn’t Define “Pretty”

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18
Apr

Working Women: We Will Not Be Underestimated

Last week was Equal Pay Day. We took a day to recognize the movement to achieve equal pay for women. This is obviously an issue that needs to be addressed. However, the workplace poses other obstacles for women that should be looked at as well. Leanin.org and McKinsey & Co conducted a study that revealed that … Continue reading Working Women: We Will Not Be Underestimated

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10
Apr

Girls Can Fight… For Equal Pay

Work. We all know girls can do it just as good as the boys. Every day, women are breaking the glass ceiling and proving to the world that gender stereotypes of women being less capable than men are just wrong. Women have fought hard and made great strides in all areas of the career world. … Continue reading Girls Can Fight… For Equal Pay

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04
Apr

Self-Esteem in an Instagrammed World

WE ARE MORE THAN OUR LOOKS Scrolling through Instagram is a daily activity for me. I open that app more times a day than I’d like to admit. My feed is full of people sharing their lives for the world to see. Friends from high school, old co-workers, reality stars, YouTubers, celebrities… And there’s usually … Continue reading Self-Esteem in an Instagrammed World

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