None of these are history lessons, or serious talks, or trivia on which First Lady grew the best beets. Instead, these are ways you may not have thought to celebrate the women of history as well as the women in your everyday life (shine theory, ya'll!).
Put a little power in your stride and confidence in your day with these total girl power socks. Pair with your most awesome boots, and your ready to take on anything.
Rock some Rosie the Riveter socks
Color in a Color Her Coloring BookWomen are so so different, a big jumble of different talents and skills and beautiful things. This coloring book takes that quite literally, letting you mix and match to create your very own super woman. You can also check out these awesome printable coloring pages.
Lookin' pretty with a purposeThe jewelry from Noonday Collection is absolutely stunning, and the story behind their goods is awe-inspiring. Noonday is a socially responsible business that uses the sale of hand-made goods to help empower people around the world.
Grab a good readMy number one recommendation for a book by a female author right now is Eleanor Roosevelt's "You Learn By Living". She covers everything from education to marital issues to women in the workplace to girl friends. Her wisdom is timeless.
If you're looking for something a little more obscure, check out Emily Books. They publish and sell plenty of books you've probably never heard of before.
Wear this shirt. Be a Legend
In the words of the legendary rock goddess herself, Stevie Nicks, "Don't be a lady, but a legend." Not only is this shirt so good looking, it's one small push when you look in the mirror that you CAN do it.
Volunteer!There are so many great organizations around the country right now that pair up women with young girls to do pretty much anything! Showing girls that the world is theirs, and that they have our support, is so important. I recommend VolunteerMatch.org to find something that fits your interests.
Bonus: Watch this Spice Girls remake music video. You'll be humming it the rest of the day.
Later this month, I'll be sharing ways to inspire the next generation of awesome ladies through some of the same playful ways.
This post is not sponsored by any of the above companies or products. It is just one small way to celebrate women.