Some folks are perfecting their sourdough, others are getting fit, but for Girls Leadership Co-CEO Takai Tyler, there was no choice, in this pandemic she was going to up her adolescent parenting game. Here are eight of her takeaways (so far), including when screen time is the solution for wellness. “I was reading all these …

Want to raise empowered women? Start in middle school. Practical tips for empowering middle schoolers, featuring Co-Founder Rachel Simmons & more.

The art of saying no: How to raise kids to be polite, not pushovers.  Common courtesy shouldn’t outweigh common sense. Help your kids learn how to say no. Interview with Cofounder Simone Marean.

By Molly Mills “Can we go get Halloween costumes?” has been the daily question at our house since October 1st. The question usually elicits an internal sigh, followed by a self-reflection on why I dread this topic so much. One quick search for girls’ costumes online and the variety of sexy pirate (superhero, doctor, etc) …

Over school vacation I took my 10-year-old daughter to see “Cinderella,” curious about how they would update this “timeless fairytale.” After all, we’ve been seeing charismatic and outspoken princesses like Anna from “Frozen” and Rapunzel from “Tangled”; I figured Cinderella might swap her glass slippers for Converse high-tops, start a wish-making business with her fairy …

It’s been 20 years since Mean Girls was released, and it’s no surprise that Hollywood was eager to capitalize on the classic with a reboot—in this case, a musical version of the same name that makes very few changes to the original. The content may be recycled, but the themes are as relevant as ever: …