From The Bouffant to The Rachel – Hairstyles That Defined A Generation

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Nothing defines a decade more than its iconic hairstyles. Beautician’s Day is on June 26th, so take a trip down memory lane with these stylish coifs that were all the rage during a certain period of time. Let’s hope some of these never make a comeback! Iconic Hairstyles Identify The Decades The roaring 20s was [...]

Marie Curie Biography – Women in Medicine

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Our 3rd installment in “Women’s Accomplishment’s” series of blog articles, we feature Marie Curie!  She came into the world on November 7th in the year of 1867 as “Marie Sklodowska” in Warsaw, which is located in Poland. Marie’s parents were both educators at the time of her birth. The youngest of the five children birthed [...]

Women in Space – Sally Ride Biography

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In our second installment featuring “Women’s Accomplishments”, we highlight Sally Ride.  She has the distinction of being the first American woman ever to travel to space. Sally Ride led a distinguished life as an astrophysicist and astronaut and she was part of NASA from 1978 to 1987. Sadly, she passed away back on July 23, [...]

Team USA Fights An Uphill Battle At The World Cup Soccer Tournament

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After 820 grueling matches on the football pitch, 2,350 hard-earned goals scored, 399 exhilarating home wins, 236 thrilling away wins, 185 bloodthirsty draws, 101 red cards, 2,916 yellow cards and 5,705 zealous players, the top 32 teams qualified to compete in World Cup Soccer! If ever there was a place to throw a party, it’s [...]

Ada Lovelace – First Computer Programmer

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As a woman business owner, I can appreciate the struggles that females have in predominantly male industries, and love reading about how they overcome obstacles with perseverance. In this series of blogs, you will become familiar with the lives of 4 women who broke out of their societal molds to accomplish great feats through insightful [...]