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Life Ed: 3 Strategies for Stay-at-Home Moms to Ensure a Healthy Financial Future
The reality is that nine out of 10 women will be solely responsible for their finances at some point in their lives. Therefore, you should establish or maintain your financial independence even while you choose to stay at home to raise your children.  → Read More
Debunking 6 Myths Women Face in the Workplace
Let’s debunk the myths that still exist and replace them with the truth that celebrates the progress that women have made, and continue to make. In creating lives of success and significance, women are blazing new paths and becoming great role models for the women who follow them.  → Read More
Best Remake Ever? #ITouchMyself
The Divinyls 1990 hit, “I Touch Myself” is one of the best-known anthems celebrating female sexuality. When the song’s front-woman, Chrissy Amphlett developed breast cancer, she wanted the song to become an anthem spreading awareness about the importance of touching ourselves in the name of early detection for the disease.  → Read More
If You Hated Your First Training Bra, You’ll Love This Kickstarter Campaign
Do you remember your first (most likely awkward) bra shopping experience? When Megan Grassell joined her sister for the momentous occasion, she was shocked to see that the bras for 11 to 15-year-olds were “padded, push-up and sexual.”  → Read More
“ Women are more likely than ever to head their own families. They're doing it all—and many of them have to do it all. ”
–Maria Shriver
Is Your Marriage a Partnership or Rescue Mission?
The bar is set dangerously low for our daughters when they rarely see relationships between men and women in which both parties hold equal value and power. Worse yet, as they move through adolescence they are facing plummeting self-esteem and constant bombardment with messages that their value is defined largely by their desirability to males. All of this raises the stakes significantly for us as parents.  → Read More
What Women Need
It’s Time to Invest in California Families
Coming of age in South Los Angeles, I’ve seen first hand how families in the throes of poverty struggle. They struggle to put food on the table, keep the lights on, and pay for basic needs like diapers and milk. This year we have an opportunity to change that for thousands of families in California.  → Read More
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I’ve Been Thinking: We Have An Indifference Problem
The other day when Pope Francis met with President Obama they talked about lots of things. But the line that stood out to me, is the Pope’s statement that one of the greatest dangers we face is that of indifference.  → Read More
Talking About Men: The Top 10 Issues Affecting Men in 2014
Men’s roles are changing almost faster than we can keep up with the change. Here are ten reasons that make the conversation about men so incredibly important.  → Read More
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The Shriver Report on NBC's Meet the Press
Jan. 12th, 2014 Maria Shriver joins David Gregory to discuss the findings in A Woman' Nation Pushes Back from the Brink.
Motherhood Under the Microscope: What the Latest Research Reveals
The study of motherhood is critical social science with meaning for women and public policy makers. Both will find the latest Pew Research is an illuminating essay about who we are and what we are doing.  → Read More
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