Women’s History Month is finally here! This month is dedicated to the often-overlooked accomplishments women have done in the United States.
Today, women of color are making history by creating their own businesses, speaking at events, and taking space in male-dominated fields. Here are some ways you can support and acknowledge their accomplishments:Listen to Podcasts
There are so many female-led podcasts that can impact everyone.
The first is, “Girls That Invest,” hosted by Sim and Sonya. Investing can be intimidating, especially when business and finance are male-oriented subjects. But, Sim and Sonya create a safe space for women to learn about topics like investments, personal finance, and Bitcoin.
Another podcast to check out is “Lessons from a Quitter,” by Goli Kalkhoran. Kalkhoran ended up quitting her job as a lawyer and started “Lessons from a Quitter” in 2018 to help people who want to start a new career path, but …
Hey Alexa, play “Tequila”
The margarita – made with triple sec, tequila, and lime juice – is celebrated every February 22 for National Margarita Day. Invented in Mexico in the 1930s, margaritas are one of the most consumed alcoholic beverages in the U.S.
This fruity and intoxicating drink comes in every flavor imaginable, and luckily there are many companies that create prepared ones for us to enjoy.Rancho La Gloria
Carlos “Danny” Herrera created his company, Rancho La Gloria, in Tijuana, México in 1938. After learning that one of his customers, Marjorie King, was allergic to spirits, Herrera decided to create a drink named after her. Instead of using spirits, he used tequila, and thus the margarita was born.
Today, Rancho La Gloria creates ready-to-make margarita mixes. These drinks come in classic flavors like strawberry and lime, as well as popsicles and canned cocktails for portable (and responsible) fun. <…