Wentworth Miller Expands the Body Conversation
Actor Wentworth Miller recently turned a painful moment into an opportunity to shed light on the ways body shaming affects men, and reading his story really resonated with me.
How Has Being A Woman Changed in the
Last 30 Years?
I asked Rosie Molinary — an incredible woman in my community and author of Beautiful You: A Radical Guide To Self-Acceptance: How has being a woman changed from the time you were a child to now?
How Inspirational Women Shape Our Lives
I asked Julie Ann Crommett — force for change and Google’s Program Manager for Computer Science Education in Media: Who is the most inspirational woman in your life?
How To Be Confident Without Being Arrogant
I usually tell people it’s OK to know your own strengths (even more OK to own them!) And it doesn’t help anyone when we deflect compliments and play small in the world.
5 Books That Will Inspire You
For me, reading is an essential outlet for my inspiration. I feel like a great book has the power to uncover our most buried emotions and awaken a new delicious curiosity.
TBT: That Time We Changed Barbie's Body!
Just seven little days ago I was finally able to share about a project I’ve been a part of for the last few years. I was on super secret lock down (which made vague-booking so hard!)
Bring Your #LoveGame16 To The Conversation
It is truly amazing how gratitude and intention have tweeked my perspective this month — on work and family, on the more simple day-to-day tasks like running errands and interacting with strangers.
What You Can Do To Fix a Culture of Violence
What can we do when we feel overwhelmed by the violence that plagues our culture? — Specifically the gun violence that has become increasingly prevalent.
Spread Your #LoveGame16
Last week we talked about the power of intention and the love and energy we give back to the world around us. To help us hone in that intention and energy, I started a January challenge.
The Women Who Inspire Me: Part 1
Meet an idol and muse of mine: Peggy Freydberg. She passed away in 2015 at the amazing age of 107. She was an author and poet who continued to inspire, love and learn until her very last breath
Let's Step Up Our Love Game in 2016!
The world’s been feeling like a scary place lately. And I’ve found myself searching for what I can do to soothe my own fear and create more peace and tranquility in my heart.
This year I’ve focused a lot on gratitude. At times, I feel an overwhelming amount of gratitude for the blessings in my life, the people I love so dearly, the supportive community around me.
Last week I had the amazing opportunity to moderate She Should Run’s National Conversation in Washington DC to help women find a way to run for office.
Women Who Lead - She Should Run's National Conversation
The Gift of Giving
This year, I’ve been thinking a lot about the way we give. It is truly an exchange of energy between two people — an act of kindness and generosity from one person to another.
Don't Be Afraid To Dream Out Loud
Sometimes, big dreams and visions for the world need a microphone.Do you take the time to talk about your passion project with friends? Have you ever spoken your dreams out loud to a room full of strangers?
What Comes After You Enjoy The Moment?
What’s the point of achieving your dreams if you don’t take time to enjoy them? We’ve talked about the importance of soaking in your moment and feeling gratitude for where you are and what you’ve achieved.
Spreading Confidence at #PearlxChange
This past weekend I had the incredible opportunity to join Nicole Richie, Gwyneth Paltrow, Marianne Williamson and few hundred other new friends at the first ever Pearl xChange conference in Los Angeles.
Change One Thing
Each of us can probably rattle off a part of our appearance we wish was different. So it may not surprise us that the latest research from Dove reveals 9 out of 10 girls want to change at least one thing about the way they look.
5 Things No One Tells You About Being An Entrepreneur
I was 20 years old when I started my first business. Now with 20 more years of entrepreneurship under my belt, here are a few things I wish I’d known when I was starting out.
S.F.S.N. = Sounds Fabulous, Signifies Nothing
“You go girl!” “Just Be Confident!” “Be your true self!”
We are bombarded with messages like these everyday. Top 10 lists on loving our body. Quizzes about what superhero we’d be.
Most days when I sit down to write these posts, I have no idea where to start. I think about writing something witty, snarky, silly. I think about using the time to uplift, inspire, educate.
So ... What is Self-Discovery?
So many times we focus on the feeling of confidence or the result of having self-esteem but we don’t talk enough about the sometimes long, often arduous journey of getting there.
The Confidence Myth
My TEDx talk, The Confidence Myth, is out! In it I explore the messy, honest and often overlooked truth about “getting” confidence. Hint: It’s time to talk more openly about the process of self-discovery.