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FemWealth celebrates female creativity and intelligence and women’s artistic, scientific, and entrepreneurial pursuits.
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Ælfgif-who? by Florence H R Scott
Have you ever wondered what English women were getting up to in the early medieval period? Now you don’t have to! Ælfgif-who? provides biographies of historical women who lived between the years 500 and 1100, straight to your inbox every two weeks.
Auxilia Global by Georgie Smallwood
Auxilia exists as a place for Women to support other Women who are Founders, are interested in Founding/co-founding, or want to join early-stage teams.
Check your Pulse by Sari Azout
My name is Sari Azout. I am a design-thinker, storyteller, and early stage consumer investor at Level Ventures. My mission is to bring more humanity and creativity to technology and business.
Fab Fridays by Ana Fabrega
FROM TEACHER TO EDUPRENEUR
After teaching for 5 years at the elementary school level, I find myself questioning the role of schools, the common approaches to teaching and learning, and the outdated education system that we’ve been so conditioned to accept.
I left teaching a few months ago to become an EDUpreneur- a term I’ve come to coin as a “passionate educator outside the classroom with a strong desire to break with tradition and shake up the future of education”
Femstreet by Sarah Nöckel
Femstreet sends out a weekly digest of timely, must-read posts by female investors and operators. Join thousands of other business professionals who get Femstreet’s weekly newsletter in their inbox, every Sunday. It’s written by me, Sarah Nöckel, an investor at Northzone.
Gaby’s Newsletter by Gaby Goldberg
Gaby Goldberg is an Investor at Bessemer Ventures. She focuses on early-stage consumer software businesses, with a particular focus on the creator economy.
Heated by Emily Atkin
Accountability journalism for the climate crisis.
My name is Linda. I write a bi-weekly newsletter about computer science, childhood and culture.
Heroa by Alexandra Wyatt
Heroa is the weekly newsletter for women in start-ups and ventures.
In The Money by Marianne Österlund
It’s a state of moneyness
Invisible Women by Caroline Criado Perez
Keeping up with the gender data gap (and whatever else takes my fancy). Like the Kardashians, but with more feminist rage. Plus, toilet queue of the week.
Li’s Newsletter by Li Jin
I cover topics including:
The Passion Economy: How people can make a living from their passions and creative skills
Consumer trends & analysis: How macro trends are impacting consumers’ lives and work
Jill by Jill Filipovici
Subscribe to get full access to the newsletter and website, additional political and feminist analysis, and the ability to comment and discuss.
NESS LABS’s Maker Mind by Anne-Laure Le Cunff
Discover neuroscience-based strategies to cultivate your curiosity, maximise your productivity, and dare to create. By subscribing to Maker Mind, you will receive original articles to increase your creativity and your productivity every week.
Patti Smith by Patti Smith
Every morning for some hours, at my usual café, I sit and write. Notebook and coffee reign. Writing is what I do, and have since twelve, imagining myself Jo March. Meditations, crime novels, and poetry, hidden in stacks of notebooks, written in every stage of life. Now, in the time of the pandemic, isolated from family, friends, and fellow workers, we are reinventing our processes. Through Substack I plan to form an inter-connective body of work for a responsive community. Each week I will post my weekly ruminations, shards of poetry, music, and musings on whatever subject finds its way from thought to pen, news of the mind, pieces of this world, free to all.
The Digital Garden by Maggie Appleton
An open collection of notes, resources, sketches, and explorations I'm currently cultivating. Some notes are Seedlings, some are budding, and some are fully grown Evergreen.
The Profile by Marina Polinova
The Profile studies the most successful and interesting people and companies in business, entertainment, tech, sports, and more. Everyone has a story, and we can all learn a lesson or two from the world's most successful. In your inbox, every Sunday.
For a feminist take on economics and business. I believe sexism has warped the economy in ways that make it very hard to address the real problems we are facing. I also think now is the time to change this.
Who are the creators who inspire you? Would you like to promote your own creations? Share in the comments and I will add them/you to the list. ✨
P.S. I also publish Creativity Ink. There I “compress” precious gems from countless digital artifacts, and document my journey from digital hoarder to creator.
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