Shannon Full knows a thing or two about community. She’s been involved in chambers for the last two decades, and sat down with Ladyboss to talk about parenting through the pandemic and what makes a healthy community thrive.
As we begin to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s clear this last year has had a major effect on our wellbeing. And it’s hitting women the hardest. Mental health crises look different for everyone, but there are some signs you might need to seek out help.
If it seems like everyone you know has sprouted a green thumb over the last few years, it isn’t just you. Houseplants are majorly on the grow, and this trend shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
Kayla Cross began her career as a volunteer firefighter. She spoke with Ladyboss about the role firefighting plays in sustainability, and why she loves connecting to the Earth by hitting the ground running.
Bailey Aro wants to give you permission to pursue your dreams. She certainly knows a thing or two about doing so, as an entrepreneur keeping several small businesses afloat during a pandemic.
Implementing sustainability practices into your small business can pay off big for your brand and the planet.
Cara Øverland loves Lake Superior so much that she started a business to help others enjoy it too. She talks with Ladyboss about changing directions, starting a business in quarantine, and the healing power of female friendship.
It wasn’t so long ago that Hillary Clinton famously declared that human rights are women’s rights, and climate change is certainly a human rights issue. As we learn more about its impact, it’s become clear that climate change disproportionately affects women around the world.
Anna Evans began her career cutting friends’ hair in high school. Now she owns the first gender-neutral salon in Lincoln, Nebraska. She believes a cut and color is wearable art, and that everyone deserves to get their hair done in a comfortable and supportive environment.
As the country begins to get back to some sense of normalcy, baseball season is in full swing. Major League Baseball begins April 1st as it does every year, but this year women are changing the game.