Technology is doing anything but going backwards. With every idea under the sun for an app or a website, it can often be hard to find the ones that work for you, or that are even worth looking at. Here are some of my favorites.
Just in case you missed some of these posts, here’s a roundup of my personal favorites of the recent posts.
On this Independence Day, I wanted to bring up some things that despite it being a day for celebration, we as a nation need to remember. Independence Day is important to celebrate, but there’s a lot more we can work on as a country, and in the world.
While feminism has been consistent throughout world history, there have been what came to be considered as “waves” of feminism, talking about the eras of the feminist movement. So, here are 5 amazing people involved in the first wave of feminism.
Overall, it is so important to not only focus on the amazing feminists making changes now, but also the amazing feminists that got us here in the first place.
Because Pride is coming up, I thought now would be a good time to talk about some of the most inspiring and/or influential people in the LGBTQ+ community. Not only are these people LGBTQ+, but because of their orientation, they may not be as recognized as they should be for doing some amazing things.
During the month of May, we want to honor LGBTQ+ people for all they have accomplished, whether they are in the spotlight or not. It’s so important to highlight these people, so let’s continue the trend! Who’s your LGBTQ+ inspiration?
With social media booming, and social justice being an important part of branding. All in all, social justice has crossed over into social media. So, I’m pretty sure I’ve done this once before, but here are 10 feminist Instagram accounts. If you need inspiration, any of these accounts are great for that!
These accounts are great! Any of them that you can think of on other platforms? Let me know in the comments!
A feminist manifesto:
There has been a (sort of) recent trend about how there isn’t enough representation of women in the arts (or in any field for that matter), which spurred the question, Can you name five women artists? Just to put them out there, I have decided to name five, some of which might be well known, and others not as much.
So who is your favorite woman artist?
As a feminist, I would like to change some things in my life, such as where I shop. Now, this is easier said than done, because sometimes finding feminist brands takes research and cash. So here is a roundup of some feminist brands, some I’ve used and some I haven’t.
So what are some of your favorite feminist brands?