This year marks 100 years of voting rights for women in the UK and, as we approach International Women’s Day and Mother’s Day, we thought we’d take a look at some of the ways you can celebrate and support the women in your world.
Press for Progress
International Women’s Day 2018 is all about how we can #PressforProgress and you can visit the official website to make a personal commitment, download selfie cards and access all sorts of fab information. We’ve already clicked and made our commitment to influence the beliefs and actions of others and have pre-ordered our copy of Little Miss Inventor too.
Take it all in
There are celebrations, events and exhibitions happening up and down the country so take part, learn something new and spread the word. If you’re near London, Manchester, Leeds, Bristol or Leicester, have a look at these recommendations from Harpers Bazaar. If, like us, you're partial to a movie, why not settle down with some popcorn and watch award-winning film Suffragette.
Pass it on
Let’s inspire the next generation with positivity, confidence and knowledge. Whether you read Good Night Stories For Rebel Girls with your little ones, order them an empowering slogan tee from Mutha.Hood (and one for yourself or your partner while you’re at it) or adorn their bedroom wall with this limited edition Edward Monkton art print of The Girl Who Was Beautiful Inside, let’s keep moving forward for future generations.
Spoil your Mum
You don’t have to wait until Mother’s Day to treat the Wonder Woman in your life! We’ve got a few art prints that might help you let your mum, wife, partner or daughters just how good they are at this parenting malarkey all year round.