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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October 6, 2016
9 Cool and Classic Costume Ideas for Your SheHero

It's officially October and if your kids are anything like mine they are buzzing about what they’re going to be for Halloween. I try to be open with my kids and let them be who they want to be, despite how I may feel about the costume (and as long as it's appropriate) . Which […]

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August 12, 2015
SheHeroes ChatCast - Felicia Day

The SheHeroes ChatCast is a weekly conversation with accomplished SheHeroes in entertainment, publishing, film, sports and more! We love chatting with these amazing women about what inspires them to pave the way for our future generation. This week's guest, Felicia Day, is a merit scholar, classical violinist, and an actress who created her own TV […]

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April 12, 2012
Barbie: Bald, Presidential and Armed Part 2

This is Part 2 of Barbie: Bald, Presidential, and Armed. You can read Part 1 Here. The truth is, my daughter has Barbies. Thanks to family and friends she has them. The last time she actually played with them they were flying to a different planet to retrieve some magic plants that could save the […]

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April 5, 2012
SheHeroes and the Chain of Girl Goodness

Here at SheHeroes we are proud to be a part of a new campaign put together by Inês Almeida founder of 7Wonderlicious. A Chain of Girl Goodness is working to mobilize many of out friends and fellow organizations in the world of empowering girls. Chain of Girl Goodness, as described from their Press Release, is: A coalition […]

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March 29, 2012
The Hunger Games and Genderless Storytelling

I know, I know. I’m a little late to the Hunger Games party. It was only a few short weeks ago that I stumbled upon the first book in the series by Suzanne Collins and picked it up to read the back. In the back of my mind I remembered someone recommending it to me […]

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March 23, 2012
The Adventures of the 7Wonderlicious Girls App

In this day and age most kids are as well versed in technology as the most tech savvy adult by a fairly young age. My own kids both have my husband and my older iPhones and use them regularly. The phone and texting service is unable on these old phones, but they are able to […]

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December 16, 2011
Girly Legos - The Gateway Toy

Now I have to admit that I am the first one to roll my eyes at Lego’s whole new girl targeted line of “Girl Legos." I wish so much that Legos could just be Legos and girls and boys who like Legos could play with them without feeling the need to label them as a boy […]

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November 22, 2011
Once Upon a Time

It wasn’t that long ago here on the SheHeroes blog that I posted a blog post about different ways we can take the traditional princess fairy tales and spin them into something… well, something more. I talked about ways can spin them to present the moral lesson we want our Heroes and SheHeroes to get […]

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November 10, 2011
Bring Back the Good Old Days

Sometimes as I manage my way through my thirties I look in the mirror and ask myself, “When did I become the old ‘Get off my lawn!’ lady?" It seems that everywhere I turn I see things on television or in magazines that make me angry, annoyed, shocked and just downright crabby. Why didn’t the […]

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