In the fall of 2014, armed with a general notion, a web-hosting account and a name that made some people do a double take — "... Gutsy Broads?" — I launched this website. Three years later, here we are.
This move may be an exercise in resilience — at least at the outset — but it’s also an opportunity to take stock of my life and where it is heading.
With her own job coming to an end, this Seattle artist did what her instincts compelled her to do: Pick up a paintbrush and start helping others.
“Tragedy struck. If you can do something, why wouldn’t you?”
Prohibited from attending high school, Aletta Jacobs found a workaround and became the Netherlands' first woman with a medical degree. But her gutsiness didn't end there.
At 30, Anny Divya is the world's youngest female Boeing 777 commander.
The next time you're driving in a rain or snow storm and flick the windshield wiper lever so you can see, thank Mary Anderson. The Alabama woman came up with the idea for windshield wipers while stuck in tra...
I can just say, 'Hey, if my girls are taken care of and they can walk down the aisle with a smile, there’s no worries.'"
Mai Khanh Tran Has Been A Janitor, A Wall Street Hot Shot, And A Pediatrician. Next Up? Congresswoman. (ELLE)
"If there is a time for me to be a healer, to be someone to help people who have to suffer or worry about their families, this is the time."
"I've never identified myself as courageous, but I do think of myself as someone who does what I feel needs to get done."