December 20, 2020
New Year's Resolutions That Inspire

With 2021 upon us we're ready to turn our attention away from the storm that was 2020, to the New Year and all of the ways we can take the lessons we learned in 2020 and use them to make changes for the better for our kids, ourselves, our home, our community and the world […]

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June 1, 2019
5 Ways to Inspire Your Kids This Summer

As we face the end of yet another school year, it's time to face the age old dilemma. School is almost out and you may be asking yourself "What are my kids going to do all summer?" Well we have a few ideas as to things you can do this summer with your SheHeroes and […]

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December 1, 2017
5 Ways To Teach Your Kids to Give Back

It’s that time of the year again. The new year is coming! And if you are anything like me you are probably planning in your mind the fresh new habits you are going to start with the kids back in school. But while putting together your 2018 goals don’t forget to add something new to […]

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March 12, 2014
102 Years of Girl Scouts

It seems only fitting that we would celebrate the 102nd birthday of The Girls Scouts of America right in the middle of Women’s History Month. After all, few organizations have included such a large number of the most successful and famous women in history. Women who have taken the Girl Scout pledge include everyone from Lynda […]

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January 17, 2012
Cookies, Badges and Lessons in Diversity

Last week I had intended on writing a blog post about the Girl Scouts. It was going to be about how they are celebrating 100 years of scouting this year and one of the coolest things we would see from Girl Scouts would be an overhaul of their badges. Last year over at SheHeroes I […]

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May 16, 2011
Skechers Shape-Ups For Girls: Why?

My son is 8 years old. He is in the 2nd grade and surrounded some of the most amazing little 8-year-old girls I could ever imagine. Not only are they all beautiful in a million different ways, they all have these amazing personalities. Some are quiet and hard to reach at first. But when they […]

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April 14, 2011
Dated Gender Messages From the Boy and Girl Scout Handbooks?

A new study was recently published in the journal, Gender & Society, regarding the gender stereotypical messages to the 5 million American kids that are reading the Boy or Girl Scout handbooks. According to the study it appears girl scouts are steered away from scientific pursuits while boys are discouraged from pursuing artistic interests.

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November 17, 2010
Study Shows Girl's Self-Image Different Online Than in Real Life

Did you know that a vast majority of girls use Facebook (91%) and MySpace (28%) regularly? Thirty-eight percent have a Twitter account, and girls average eight tweets per day. These facts come from research and an interesting National Survey taken recently called, Who’s That Girl: Self Image in the 21st Century by Girls Scouts USA. […]

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September 3, 2010
SheHero of the Week: Shannon McNamara

Girl Scouts is a great organization that encourages girls to work hard in all that they do and inspires them to give back to their community by making the world a better place. But Girl Scout Shannon McNamara decided to take those lessons a bit further and step outside her own community by making a […]

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December 8, 2009
Carly interviews WOW! CEO Colleen Abdoulah

We had not a dry eye in the house as Carly Fabian from Girl Scouts interviewed CEO Colleen Abdoulah (WOW! Internet-Cable-Phone) and Zahra Mohammed Ali from Girls Inc worked cameras, along with Stephanie May, our journalist, and myself. We were touched and inspired - and have no idea how to edit this down to 6 […]

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