Breaking Down the Barriers: Strong Women We Admire

In a world with so many less than perfect role models, it is refreshing to find good, solid ones that we can look up to and admire. This is especially true for many young girls that are trying to find someone to aspire after. It is important for both younger girls and older women alike to have strong women to admire, as it has been solely a man’s world for too long and it’s time for women to shine. This article highlights just a few of these diverse and strong women, women who are leaders in their field and admirable in many ways. Danica Sue Patrick...more

You're Stronger Than You'll Ever Know, Girly Girl!

When I turned 30, I realized that I will always be a girly girl no matter what, and being that meant I didn’t have to also be the shy, passive, girl that went along with that “idea” of being girly....more

Thursday Thought of the Day ~ Women Are Like Tea Bags

wdolderer thank you! If had a stamp with it, I would definitely stamp the quote all over! thanks ...more

Where My Girls At???

The philosophy of pursuitology is to change recruiting from the inside out. It is not enough to want diverse employees, you have to change your perspective on how you look at diversity and inclusion....more

Isn't She Lovely?

"She didn't know it couldn't be done, so she went ahead and did it." ~Mary S. Almanac  ...more

Jennifer Niven: Wild Woman Interview

Jennifer NivenInterview by Susan Thorn...more

To My Angel

To My Angel,...more

Binders Full of Malarkey: A ~30 yr old, intelligent woman’s opinion

It’s maddening that at this critical juncture in America, headlines, tweets, and commentary are focused on sound bites. (Thus the title of this piece – with those keywords alone it should get picked up, right?) So let’s take that now infamous binders comment and drill down to the substance.The question was:“In what new ways to you intend to rectify the inequalities in the workplace, specifically regarding females making only 72 percent of what their male counterparts earn?”...more

Pay it forward (part two)

and now he’s home…...more