The other day, I stopped by Co.Lab, a co-working space based in Manila, that is also known for hosting talks, seminars, or workshops that nurture and cultivate new ideas. That day, they were hosting a screening of Girl Rising, a film that highlights the importance of educating girls in developing countries.
SoulPancake and Darling Magazine released a series of videos called “That’s What She Said.” The videos highlight different issues that women are going through, to create a beautifully shot, insight-rich conversation that enlightens, nurtures, and strengthens women today. This particular video talks about Power & Purpose in the workplace.
I became a fan of Teresa Palmer not for her acting, but because I stumbled upon her website: YourZenLife. At times when I was doubting so many things about myself, I would often look to this site as a source of inspiration and comfort.
One of my biggest inspirations right now for my social enterprise, Change Clothes, is Eco-Age, a brand consultancy group started by Livia Firth, wife of Colin Firth. Eco-Age focuses on creating sustainability programs/campaigns for companies.