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How The Great Recession Forced Me To Startup My Life And Hustle & Hack My Way To Happiness

How The Great Recession Forced Me To Startup My Life And Hustle & Hack My Way To Happiness

By Ann Akbari, PhD Sometime in my twenties, I developed a fear of flying. Not a debilitating, can’t-get-on-the-plane kind of fear, but a high level of anxiety in anticipation of […]

January 10, 2017 ×
Author’s New Book ‘The Trouble With Women’ A Series Of Short Stories About Feminism, Violence & Life In India

Author’s New Book ‘The Trouble With Women’ A Series Of Short Stories About Feminism, Violence & Life In India

If you are looking for an honest, intelligent, insightful and downright feminist peek into the lives of women in India, award-winning journalist and author Meghna Pant’s latest book ‘The Trouble […]

September 27, 2016 ×
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie On Hillary Clinton, Refugees, Motherhood & Feminism

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie On Hillary Clinton, Refugees, Motherhood & Feminism

She is well-known as the woman who inspired Beyonce’s feminism (and who also appeared on her 2013 track ***Flawless, as well as the Nigerian author whose book ‘We Should All […]

September 5, 2016 ×
New Illustrated Book Showcases 50 Female Pioneers In Science To Inspire Young Girls

New Illustrated Book Showcases 50 Female Pioneers In Science To Inspire Young Girls

When it comes to increasing the number of women in STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and math) we could give you data and statistics all day, every day. For instance, […]

August 26, 2016 ×
Author Bridgette Alexander Combines Race, Gender & Art In her ‘Celine Caldwell’ Mystery Series

Author Bridgette Alexander Combines Race, Gender & Art In her ‘Celine Caldwell’ Mystery Series

In a genre filled with so many emerging and popular female authors, the Young Adult fiction world is dominated by names that are as familiar as any A-list celebrities: J.K […]

April 28, 2016 ×
“Who’s Afraid” Author Maria Lewis On Werewolves, Feminism & Strong Female Characters

“Who’s Afraid” Author Maria Lewis On Werewolves, Feminism & Strong Female Characters

Feminism, werewolves and Strong Female Characters, oh my! We’ve talked a lot about the need for Hollywood to step up its game to allow more female-driven films helmed by female […]

April 25, 2016 ×
How NY Times Bestselling Author Terah Edun Charted A Wildly Successful Path Through Indie Publishing

How NY Times Bestselling Author Terah Edun Charted A Wildly Successful Path Through Indie Publishing

Every day we come across women who are charting their own path, creating opportunities for themselves that didn’t exist, and are not waiting around for the world to do them […]

April 12, 2016 ×
Mindy Kaling On Being “A High Profile Indian-American Who Is Not A Size Zero”

Mindy Kaling On Being “A High Profile Indian-American Who Is Not A Size Zero”

We all know her as the lovable Mindy Lahiri in ‘The Mindy Project’ or perhaps you first fell in love with her as Kelly Kapoor on ‘The Office’. Either way, […]

September 21, 2015 ×
Race, Adoption, Addiction. The Three Things That Helped This Woman Find Her Identity

Race, Adoption, Addiction. The Three Things That Helped This Woman Find Her Identity

Adoption is a major life-changing issue. When you meet families in the US who have adopted children from other countries (think Angelina Jolie or Madonna) or who adopt interracially, it […]

June 10, 2015 ×
Feminist Author & Journalist Mona Eltahawy Says The Middle East Needs A Sexual Revolution

Feminist Author & Journalist Mona Eltahawy Says The Middle East Needs A Sexual Revolution

She is a somewhat polarizing figure, but author, journalist, and outspoken Muslim feminist Mona Eltahawy is responsible for sparking some very important conversations about the representation of women in Arab […]

May 25, 2015 ×
Plus-Size African-American Model & Author Erica Collins On Racism, Beauty & Stereotypes

Plus-Size African-American Model & Author Erica Collins On Racism, Beauty & Stereotypes

When you look at the three biggest trending topics in news right now, three recurring these will pop up: racism, stereotypes and beauty. The riots, protests and unrest in Baltimore […]

May 10, 2015 ×
Affairs, Marriage, Lies & Love: How A Preacher Learned From Failure In This New Novel

Affairs, Marriage, Lies & Love: How A Preacher Learned From Failure In This New Novel

The separation of church and state. It is a contentious issue at best in America today, and around the world. The biggest news stories when it comes to churches in […]

March 29, 2015 ×