Seven-Year-Old Girl Writes LEGO To Stop Promoting Gender Stereotypes
A seven-year-old girl named Charlotte has taken LEGO to task for not only making more “boy people” than “lego girls,” but sending the former on adventures while the latter “sit at home.”
"All the girls did was sit at home, go to the beach, and shop, and they had no jobs," writes Charlotte, "but the boys went on adventures, worked, saved people, and had jobs, even swam with sharks."
Her request is simple: “I want you to make more lego girl people and let them go on adventures and have fun ok!?! from Charlotte. Thank you.”
Source and image source: Jezebel
Hoping to win over the younger set, MillerCoors has introduced a bourbon inspired lager.
That… makes absolutely no sense (also really gross.) There is not a twenty something I’ve ever met that would willingly drink that. Bourbon?
Would you drink it?
This list will make you feel optimistic.
Marketing is the truth made fascinating.
Expect life to throw your business some curve balls, and overcome them.
In life you have to hope for the best, prepare for the worst, and hold on tight.
Reminds me of one of my favorite asides.
"Reality is never the plan"
Source: Laughing Squid
High school senior Piper Otterbein has dyslexia, but it doesn’t define her. In a talk at TEDxYouth@CEHS, she shares the lesson that her difficulties with dyslexia have taught her — the best path in life is to harness the strengths you already have, rather than fixate on things you think you lack.