Becoming a “badass” with money starts with your mindset: If you believe you have less, you’ll always be working from a place of scarcity.
Jasmine Frink, author of Behold My Beauty, tells the story of her writing journey to make all girls feel beautiful no matter what they look like.
Shop local and support women with our list of Hispanic and Latinx woman-owned businesses in Austin. Food, beauty, spiritual and health servies and more.
Hate crimes, cancer and conflict haven’t quenched Muna Hussaini’s hope. With an indelible spirit, Hussaini strives to make the world a better place.
Forklift Danceworks puts blue-collar workers in the spotlight, allowing them to reimagine their jobs as living, breathing works of art.
The Go-Go’s bassist (and February 2009 cover woman), Kathy Valentine, discusses family in all its forms as she thinks back on her incredible life.
As a nonbinary Taiwanese American professor and rhetorician, Vox Jo Hsu challenges stereotypes and questions social norms.
Six Square CEO Pamela Benson Owens wants Austin to feel like home for everyone who lives here, just as she feels it’s home for her.
Spike Gillespie holds true to all of her interests and passions and encourages everyone to do the same, letting go of fear and self-doubt.