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I’m 49 and Wanna Be Brené Brown When I Grow Up — Here’s Why

I may be 49, but Dr. Brené Brown kindly (yet firmly) schooled me at the 2018 Texas Conference for Women. She opened my eyes to the many habits and beliefs that women like me hold onto that are preventing them from, if I may say so, running the world. What’s So Great About Brené Brown? Not familiar with Brené?  Here’s her story: […]

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Jen Welter Shatters The Glass Sideline & Wants You To Do The Same

Women are busting gender barriers everywhere these days, and that includes on the football field. Dr. Jen Welter (47) became the first ever National Football League female coach when she joined the Arizona Cardinals in the summer of 2015. You can’t help but cheer on a 5’2 woman standing on the sidelines doling out strategies to […]

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Sexual Harassment Advice from The Meanest Woman Alive

I first came across Linda Smith, Esq. on Facebook where her “Meanest Woman Alive” posts featuring lionesses, lightning storms, and female super heroes inspire women to embrace their inner strength and intelligence and put it to work in male-dominated environments. Her new book Smashing Glass and Kicking Ass gives no-nonsense advice to women on how to rise in […]

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Who’s Pissed Off? “The Death of the Angry Black Woman” Author Speaks Out

Who’s pissed off? These days, who is NOT pissed off? We live in a tumultuous time when the pervasive anger that we feel both internally and externally is manifesting in crippling ways.  Road rage, anxiety, depression, panic attacks, melt downs, violent outbursts, addiction, shaming, bullying… the list of side effects is long and sordid. And it’s […]

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3 Tough Lessons From Joan Jett’s Documentary “Bad Reputation”

If you haven’t seen Joan Jett’s documentary “Bad Reputation” yet, you may want to put it on your “to-do” list pronto. GenXers and Baby Boomers will especially get lost in the throwback fashion, cultural references, and the rollercoaster rock ’n roll tale of our favorite Blackheart. Not only is Joan a rock goddess, she broke […]

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One Year Later: The Pole Dancer With Breast Cancer Finds Peace Through Surrender

Last year, SheSpark featured the article “The Pole Dancer With Breast Cancer – An Instagram Chronicle” about Michelle Master’s goal of seeing her 40th birthday and the struggles she faced in her battle against cancer. One year later, we’re catching up with our favorite hobbyist pole  dancer who hasn’t been able to dance lately as her cancer metastasized and causes […]

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10 Everyday Buys for 2018 Breast Cancer Awareness Roundup

This Breast Cancer Awareness Roundup makes it really easy to support the cause this October by purchasing items you can use every day. These products are available for secure purchase through Amazon.com, with a description on each Amazon product page detailing how the brand is supporting BCA month with your purchase. We at SheSpark believe not […]

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3 To Follow: MD Podcaster, Plus Size Model, & Swedish Lifestyle Blogger

3 To Follow Sept 2018 SheSpark’s “3 To Follow” features over-40 social media stars (and the groups/brands that support them) that we think you’ll love. They are relatable, authentic, and hail from around the globe. If you like what you’re reading, join thousands of women who follow SheSpark and subscribe to the bi-weekly edition today! 3 To Follow — […]

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Runner With A Cause: Meshell Baker’s Higher Purpose

Meshell Baker is a Vision Mastery Strategist who runs with a higher purpose. When she set a goal of living a healthier lifestyle, she designed a strategy that turned her goal into a higher purpose through creating a positive impact on others. 3 Methods To Achieving Your Goals Meshell applied to run in the 2018 TCS New York City Marathon […]

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How To Overcome A Crazy Childhood: Interview with Author Lisa Kohn

If you had a crazy childhood, you are not alone.  Lisa Kohn is a child of the ’70s who grew up in a house divided: her mother joined a cult and her father dove into sex, drugs, and rock and roll. Splitting her time between the two extreme lifestyles left long-lasting scars that took years to address. […]

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