Gearing Up for Mother’s Day and Menstrual Hygiene Day by Giving

Mothers and menstruation. They are so deeply connected. So are fathers for that matter, as Natalie Berthold, the most amazing family constellation therapist, shared with us not too long ago. We should probably do a follow up post with her about the family constellation connection perspective between moms and menstruation too. In the meantime, we […]

The First 100 Days of Feminism in 2017

While everyone may have been focused on analyzing President Trump’s first 100 days in office this past week, we’re checking in with our 2017 intention of ‘discovering what it means to be feminine‘ and getting ready for a bunch of celebrations in honor of Women’s Health Month and Menstrual Hygiene Day! Before we address the health […]

Why Empowering Daughters to Work Is So Important

It’s no surprise that women earn less than men do per dollar, but what is surprising is that more women than men are graduating from college. More women are entering the fields of law and medicine than ever before, but the science, technology, engineering and mathematics  (STEM) fields haven’t seen the same growth. In fact, […]

Repair + Repurpose: The Two Rs Missing from the Recycling Rhyme

“Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.” That’s the mantra we’ve been chanting since kindergarten, but in an age of consumerism where Forever 21 releases new clothing lines every three weeks and the average American spends over $20 on morning coffee each week, we’ve forgotten how to live responsibly. The two R’s missing from our recycling rhyme are – Repair […]

5 Natural Ways to Get Rid of Dark Eye Circles

Ask any woman – the hardest part of her makeup routine is generally the eye area; mascara and eyeliner are just the tip of the iceberg! First, the skin must be hydrated to eliminate the visibility of wrinkles, a base coat of foundation is generally added to even the tone and texture, concealer blended to […]

5 Ways to Naturally Beat Allergy Season

Last week we shared with you some ways to celebrate the spring season. As with most things in life, with the good, comes the bad. As you start to roll out your spring and summer wardrobe in anticipation of the good weather, let’s not forget about another season – allergy season. Red, itchy eyes, a […]

Six Ways to Ring in the Spring Equinox

The arrival of Spring is one of the most celebrated occasions around the world, regardless of time and culture. From the sugarcane fields in India to the snow-dusted fields of Vermont, the March vernal equinox is welcomed with open arms as a sign of the new year, a new season, a new beginning. Longer days […]

5 Ways to Celebrate International Women’s Day, Any Day

BE BOLD FOR CHANGE. That’s the motto for this year’s International Women’s Day and we’ve figured out five beautiful ways to help women, around the world and close to home, any day and every day. 1. Donate Your Used Clothes & Fund a Girl’s Education Simultaneously get rid of some of your winter clothing in […]

How Planned Parenthood Saved My Life

Seventeen… what isn’t magical at 17? The world is your oyster, your body is in peak physical condition, your brain is absorbing information exponentially, your hormones are in full flush, causing your loins to tingle multiple times a day; and if you were me, you were in love. It was my first love and to […]

The Women’s March on Washington: A Fight for the Marginalized

As Donald Trump struts towards inauguration, a million or more women will gather in D.C. the day after, to mark his first day of presidency in protest and state to his cabinet and the world, that women’s rights are human rights. That is the moral of The Women’s March on Washington, a protest that has […]