Spring will bring the flutter of butterflies - can't wait!
Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World features mini biographies of some unforgettable women with incredibly informative writing delivered in bright and lively illustrations. We learn about the lives of Jane Austen, Gertrude Ederle, Coco Chanel, Frida Kahlo, Mary Anning, Marie Curie, Mary Seacole, Amelia Earhart, Agent Fifi, Emmeline Pankhurst, Rosa Parks and Anne Frank, who "achieved extraordinary things simply by following their hearts, talents and dreams. They didn't listen when people said they couldn't do something. They dared to be different."
Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World was written and illustrated by Kate Pankhurst (@kateisdrawing) and published by Bloomsbury @bloomsburypublishing).
"Não tenha vergonha do seu corpo
Ele é seu.
Encare o espelho
Esse é o seu corpo
Aprenda a tocar
Aprenda a sentir
Aprenda a mergulhar em você
Descubra um oceano
Descubra o paraíso
Mas nunca abra mão do seu corpo
Por medo de não se encaixar no corpo de alguém." - Helena Ferreira. #internationalwomensday
On a sunny morning in early March, the ThirdLove team carried armloads of boxes through the doors of @stanthonysf to celebrate #InternationalWomensDay. Through our Bras For All Donation Program, we've donated over 6,000 bras to St. Anthony's alone, helping low-income and homeless women get the support they need. [See the full video now via the link in our bio!]
I've always prided itself on a quality-assured work ethic with @chambersmediasolutions, regardless of the environment. Let your work and your worth precede your person, and you will never have to introduce yourself.
Thank you to @cnc3news for taking the time to talk to me for #InternationalWomensDay!
Virginia Woolf made by @shopbonbonsito for the Women's Day project: #beboldmakedolls •
"Freedom is a state of mind"
In celebration of women I found inspiration from Virginia Woolf because she was able to express herself through the art of writing. To me, she was very poetic and romantic. She had the ability to make you feel. I created her in remembrance of the women who did not make it and believed the lies that the world would be better without them.