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 4, 2015
SheHeroes ChatCast: Brenda Chapman

The SheHeroes ChastCast 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. And boy does this week's guest deliver! We are so honored to chat with the amazing Brenda Chapman-- writer, […]

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July 13, 2015
5 Things You Should Say to Your Daughter

We’ve read some great posts over the last year of things you should to your daughter instead of simply complimenting her on things related to her looks. Truly it is up to us to make sure our daughters grow up knowing that they are worth more than just what they look like on the outside. […]

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June 19, 2014
"It Was a Dark and Stormy Night"... Passing Down Your Favorite Stories and Books

It was a dark and stormy night. It’s a legendary line that has been used in books since 1830. But for me I associate that line with what was one of my favorite books in childhood. I was in the 4th grade the first time I read those words in the opening paragraph of Madeleine L’Engle’s A Wrinkle in Time.  It’s […]

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December 15, 2012
SheHeroes 2012 Holiday Gift Guide

Happy Holidays! It’s time once again for us to help you get that holiday shopping done in a way that is empowering for your young SheHeroes, something not always easy in this day and age.  We’ve gone through last year’s holiday gift guide and updated it and gave it a whole new twist to help […]

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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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January 24, 2012
SheHeroes on the Mat

Wrestling can certainly be considered one sport where women still really struggle to be taken seriously, especially at the high school level. But based on stories like this it seems safe to be hopeful that things are changing. The other day I caught the story of a North Andover teenage girl, Tami Coughlin. Tami wrestles […]

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October 20, 2011
Saying No to Monster High

Sometimes no matter how hard we try certain things still manage top seep into our lives through the cracks. Despite the positive messages we try to send and the things we try to ban in our homes, as our SheHeroes get older they still are exposed to TV. Friends, schoolmates and older kids. Unfortunately we […]

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October 14, 2011
Spelling Archeologist

Though we may do our best to expose our SheHeroes and Heroes to inspiring images, gender barrier busting SheHeroes from history and anything that may help them strive to be more than what the media says they can be, sometimes the best sources of inspiration come from out of nowhere.

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