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F =

Inspiration, information and swag for women on the rise

F =, formerly known as Tease and Totes, was founded by tech entrepreneur and author Danielle Newnham and fashion doyenne Natalie Bardega.

Believing in the empowerment of women they created this platform to inspire, motivate and empower women to rise.

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Public Design Vault

500+ design tools for public good, all in one place

Public Design Vault is Startup Stash meets design meets government. It's a curated directory of 500+ design tools & resources for public good, all in one place. Super useful for folks working at the intersection of human-centered design, innovation and public/social impact.

jason
For my 2nd MVP, I'm launching Public Design Vault, a curated directory of 500+ design tools and resources for public good. My 1st MVP Outsprint Store was about selling and sharing design tools for public good that I made myself, while Public Design Vault is about curating tools that others had made and putting them all in one place.
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Leap by YC

Where women in tech can talk about whatever we want

Where women in tech can talk about whatever we want.

VentureBeat
2017 was a turning point for women in tech. With an avalanche of news swirling on the web about sexual harassment allegations and the #MeToo movement spreading on social media, women are beginning to speak up. In this context, Y Combinator (YC) software engineer Cadran Cowansage announced today the official launch of Leap, an online community by women for wo… See more
Y Combinator
I'm excited to share an experimental project I've been working on at YC over the last 10 months. It's called Leap and it's an online community for women in tech to talk about whatever we want. Leap has ~1,500+ members who are founders, designers, marketers, software engineers, VCs, women in sales and operations, etc.
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Her Words, Her Guide

Self-coaching journal for women, designed by a psychologist

Her Words, Her Guide is a unique inspirational guide and journal designed to help women harness the power of their inner wisdom. Beautifully crafted, each journal features a rayon fabric hard cover with lay flat binding, & opens to 320 full colour pages of premium quality paper.

Voices of Mental Health
Image provided by Her Words, Her Guide. Here at Voices of Mental Health, we are picky when it comes to supporting brands- we often find brands don't always have the mental health community in mind even if they try to develop products or apps aimed at improving one's mental health.
Vancouver Is Awesome
While there are a plethora of self-help books on the market, few of them focus on true self-empowerment and personal growth. That's where Her Words, Her Guide comes in. At its essence, Her Words, Her Guide is a self-guided journal that favours self-discovery and character virtues over goal setting.
Thriveglobal
Building and strengthening your character is essential to harness your inner wisdom.
STYLEGUIDE
Celeste Cai is a psychologist from Singapore who's worked in the mental health sector for seven years. Since moving to Vancouver, Canada last year, she's been busy working on a self-coaching journal for women titled Kickstarter Her Words, Her World, which launched on on January 23, 2018.
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No Man's Land

A magazine from The Wing, for women with something to say

The Wing is a women-only club and co-working space. No Man's Land is their new magazine "for women with something to say and nothing to prove." Can't wait to get my hands on a copy, the Twitterverse is already blowing up about how great it is. 💯

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Gurls Talk

Supermodel Adwoa Aboah's pioneering media platform

Gurls Talk is an online community founded by 2017's Model of the Year and Vogue cover girl, Adwoa Aboah. The platform provides a safe space for all types of girls to share experiences, gain advice and invest in one-of-a-kind wearables.

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What are the best apps for reminding you to keep in contact with friends and family?

Matt BlakeYouth Worker
Friendly Reminder - Never lose touch with your friends, a simple personal CRM
"I built this one but would love to see other people's recommendations."
Todoist - Organize your life. Then go enjoy it.
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Monica - Open-source CRM to keep track of your friends and family
"I haven't used it a ton (yet?), but it's open source and seems to have a pretty engaged community (I get routine updates about improvements… See more
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