Women have experienced an interesting couple of years with the rise of the #Metoo Movement, a new push for feminism, the growing reach of the women’s movement, the Pandemic, and a continuous fight for equity.

Women have been pushing and making strides in many directions, from discussing everyday experiences of what it means to be a woman to the White House with the first female Vice President. An uncertain future may now threaten these growth marks in the United States and around the world.

As the pandemic continues and vaccines are starting to be administered, people are taking stock of…


Mother: A mother is the female parent of a child. Mothers are women who inhabit or perform the role of bearing some relation to their children, who may or may not be their biological offspring.

Why Mothers Matter?

It matters because while motherhood is so intense and so intimate, it is also wildly universal; after all, even if we’ve not all given birth, we have all been born. Motherhood is, in this very simple way, naturally inclusive, which is why it’s all the more important to make sure that the books on the subject are too. For the more perspectives…


Dear 2020,

You were visceral gnawing at on our weakness, tempting us to see if humanity had goodness in it, playing us against one another, and waking us up to remember that we were never really in control.

As I reflect on 2020, shocking and horrible words come to mind the cliché word being unprecedented. After making it to the end, I think it is the beginning of a modern lifestyle renaissance. …


The week of March 19th, 2020 I was running around frantic, making sure to send out thank you notes to the gifts arriving almost daily at my door for my upcoming baby delivery. I had mixed emotions as I was getting bigger, excited, and more tired each day. In February I had my baby shower and around 30 people showed up to celebrate. Little did I know that this would be the last celebration I would be having for a long time. As I was planning how to coordinate family visiting times for our newborn daughter, the world was being…


WARNING: THE BEGINNING OF THIS ARTICLE OPENS WITH A LIST OF DAILY MICROAGGRESSIONS THAT ARE COMMONLY HEARD THROUGHOUT WORKPLACES, PUBLIC LOCATIONS AND BETWEEN PEOPLE IN CONVERSATIONS. THESE MICROAGGRESSIONS ARE VERBALIZED BY SOME WHITE PEOPLE AND SOME PEOPLE OF COLOR. THE PURPOSE OF THE LIST IS TO SHOW HOW INTENTIONAL OR UNINTENTIONAL COMMONPLACE VERBAL INDIGNITIES ARE USED BY MANY IN SOCIETY WITHOUT PEOPLE REALIZING THE PROGRAMMING THEY HAVE BEEN SUBJECTED TO AND TO MAKE US ALL, NO MATTER WHAT RACE EXAMINE OURSELVES EVEN IF WE HAVE NEVER SAID THESE THINGS OUT LOUD AND ONLY THINK OF THEM IN OUR MINDS.

THIS…


Around the world America has been a beacon of light because of its founding values but, like all civilizations that thrive and grow to have enormous power; the country is being tested to see what the people value, and if they want to make a positive difference in the world through their everyday actions. On the news we find people angry and fighting for rights of all kinds, global disasters slowly unfolding, political uncertainty, and youthful killers.

In today’s atmosphere, it is important that if you have a voice in a society that you learn to use it wisely since…


The future is around the corner, it has been 20 years since we all jumped into the new millennium our eyes filled with fear, joy, and hope. 2019 is more than half over and we find ourselves looking forward to the year 2020 with anticipation of what the next decade will bring. Although several areas pique the interest of many people about the future from economics to global disaster; the one area that has the greatest impact on daily life for most people is the workforce.

According to the Pew Research article 5 ways the U.S. Workforce has Changed, a Decade Since the Great Recession Began the workforce is smaller, more diverse, older, shifting toward service jobs and people stay unemployed longer. As many people know technology has contributed to some of these changes but, technology is only a small part of the story. During our current decade as human beings and as a society we have changed in ways that are quite radical from past generations, we are experiencing a rebirth of what and how we think of work.

Like you, I am excited and…


We are on a ticking time bomb. By 2030 according to the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development, a considerable number of today’s known animal and plant species are likely to be extinct, due to expanding infrastructure and agriculture, as well as climate change. Food and biofuel production together will require a 10% increase in farmland worldwide with a further loss of wildlife habitat, continued loss of biodiversity will limit the Earth’s capacity to provide the valuable ecosystem services that support economic growth and human well-being.

All these statistics are alarming, one of the largest problems greatly overlooked is involving…


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The Next Terminator … The Growing Addiction to Technology

Recently I was in a furniture store standing in line behind a mother and her young son who was getting impatient waiting for his mother to purchase some pillows, lamps and a few other décor items. The son told his mother you should have ordered this stuff online because now we won’t be able to get lunch at the restaurant. His mother looked at her phone for the time and said, “ You’re right, we don’t have time to go to the restaurant but, I will make it up to you…

Annmarie Hylton-Schaub

Marketing Strategist and Content Developer focused on organizations and people leading the changing social landscape. More at https://www.projectgood.work/start

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