Bev Sanders founded Las Olas Surfing for Women (the first women’s surfing retreat) in 1997 at the age of 44 — the same year she learned to surf. Bev, a former marketing director and co-founder of a successful snowboarding company, found her balance on the waves and immediately knew she wanted to offer that same experience to others. Her goal: to make girls out of women. And that’s a goal she’s achieved time and time again. Bev is passionate about helping women find time to play in a supportive (and gorgeous!) environment in a way that helps them see that feminism…

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Ever been told that you’re “too sensitive” or “too emotional” or that you need “real facts to support a feeling” at work? Yeah, you’re not alone. Amy Stanton (founder of Stanton & Co, a company built to promote female athletes) and Catherine Connors (former EIC of Babble.com) wrote a entire book — The Feminine Revolution — on how to take 21 feminine traits that are perceived as weak and reframe them as powerful tools that should be embraced rather than maligned. To, which we say, HELL YEAH. Below, Amy and Catherine (who we love so much that we’re having them on…

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  We grew up watching — and LOVING — A League of Their Own. via GIPHY (Even though we do think she should have been allowed to cry.) So, when we recently had the opportunity to talk to some of the real women who played in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL) we felt like doing this. via GIPHY Although we did something more like this. Because coordination. via GIPHY Here’s a little historical reference for ya: This year marks the 75th anniversary of the AAGPBL, which gave more than 600 women the opportunity to play professional baseball for the first…

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A self-described “serial entrepreneur who’s never had a real job,” Kyle Hepp is an internationally recognized wedding photographer, a CrossFitter who has placed top 10 in Chile’s female CrossFit rankings for several years, author of the book “The Maternal Instinct Myth,” and is in the process of seeking funding for a new gym software company with her boyfriend and “baby daddy.” The busy mom to 1 ½-year-old Ayla has all kinds of tips and tricks to help live a full life that’s a little more off the beaten path. Kyle lives the life of an expat in Santiago, Chile, and at…

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