10 Goals for the Woman Who Doesn’t Know What Her Goals Should Be

I realized after reading more than one blog post and article with topics such as, “What I Would Tell My 22-Year-Old Self,” and “Finally Feeling Like My True Self in My 30s,” that I, as a young 20-something, was consuming a lot of material geared for a target market at least eight years older than me. …

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Women Represented on U.S. Currency: Ironic or True Progress?

Today has been declared by many a day of celebration for women. Finally women are being recognized on U.S. paper currency, breaking the previously male monopolized representation. This is a notable change for our country, and one not to be discredited. Former slave and abolitionist Harriet Tubman will replace slave owner and previous president Andrew …

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“If You Can Make it There, You’ll Make it Anywhere”

I’ve felt it almost all my life, the pull of something greater and somewhere far away. Growing up I felt out of place in my hometown of Columbus, Georgia, and lamented the 5-hour drive to Florence, Alabama every holiday season. When Christmas time rolled around and my friends would invite me to holiday parties I …

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