You’re Registered to Vote or Voted Early
(YAY You!) Now What?

It’s no understatement to say that in three weeks, we will hold the most consequential election of our lifetime. So many things are at stake: sane, empathic leadership, access to quality healthcare, our Supreme Court, equality and civil rights – not to mention the fate of our planet and a pandemic that has already taken more than 210,000 American lives. If you’re already registered, bravo. But that’s not enough, my friend. Now let’s take action. Here are five things you can do right now. Read More

How to Create a Successful Blog
Part Five: It’s OK to Stop Blogging (Seriously!)

We’re coming to the end of a five-part series on how to build a successful blog. So far, we’ve discussed several things, including how to define what having a “successful blog” actually means to you. How to come up with a structure for your blog. How to drive more traffic to your blog. And more. And now, for the final installment of this series, I have some unexpected advice for you. I want you to know… It’s OK to stop blogging. Read More

You Should Know Her: Megan Hess

Megan Hess was destined to draw. She’s illustrated the New York Times number one selling book, Sex and the City, created portraits for Michelle Obama, Gwyneth Paltrow and more, and is one of the world’s most sought-after fashion illustrators, with a client list that includes Dior, Tiffany & Co., Vogue, Fendi, and Prada among many. Read More

You Should Know Her: Tamika D. Mallory

Tamika D. Mallory is an esteemed social justice leader, advocate, activist and mother. This fiery, outspoken organizer has remained a consistent fixture in the civil rights movement for nearly 20 years, gaining recognition as one of four co-chairs for the Women’s March on Washington. Read More