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What is the best way to approach you in public if we're interested in you? And if that conversation is any indication, the women -- and men -- of Reddit have a lot to say about the art of approaching a potential female romantic interest.

One piece of advice that cropped up continually throughout the thread is the importance of a confident attitude:. Walk up and say hi. Start up a general conversation about where you're at and see how she reacts. If she keeps eye contact and is pleasant, continue on and ask her out; if she is avoiding eye contact and being short with what she says, move on. Just be confident not cocky when you approach and smile. You have to do the hard part of playing it by ear and just approaching them, saying hi, and talking to them in a very confident and non-confrontational manner Just be confident, if you are, it doesn't matter what you say.

I prefer someone who can just say hello to me and be forward about it without automatically using cheesy pick up lines or asking me to sleep with them. Female commenters seem to be split on their preferences about being approached at work. Some users expressed that they would be flattered:.

I had a guy come up to me at work and said I've never done something like this before but I just had to tell you that you are beautiful and see if I could take you out sometime. If I wasn't married at the time I would have totally said yes. I think if you seem genuine in saying something like that you wont come across as totally creepy, but still flattering. You may be as genuine, charming or even CUTE, but whatever you are saying is going in one ear and out the other. It makes it uncomfortable.

Multiple people also brought up the importance of having the ability to walk away when talking to a stranger -- especially if that stranger is a man who appears to be physically stronger than the woman he's approaching:. Guys don't realize how much most women think about things like exit routes.

If you corner or trap us in some way, we will feel frightened, not receptive. And if you're wondering why we worry about things like that, it is because we've been cornered and harassed or groped, or know someone who has, and there is literally no way to know if you are going to do something like that until you do it.

So just, before you approach a strange woman, look at her possible escape routes, and do not get between her and them. From everything I've ever heard from pretty much every woman I know, the key point to the "walk up" part is to make sure she has somewhere to go if she isn't into it. If there is one exit, and you are in it, you're not going to be successful. Another key point to a positive potentially-romantic interaction? I don't know how many times a guy will just walk up beside me and talk.

Not even have eye contact and expect me to be like "oh yes I was totally just paying attention to what you said and it was probably awesome. For all the interest it generated, this sort of mass dating advice thread does have one crucial flaw, one user pointed out: Women do not have a singular set of preferences shocker! So if you approach one woman and she's not feeling what you're putting out there, that doesn't mean that you have to change your approach -- you just have to find someone that likes it, and then you'll probably be a better fit in the long run anyway.

Of course, dudes can always default to Ryan Lochte's seduction strategy as he described it to Women's Health: Some guys keep staring, but I'll give a wink and come back later, because it keeps her thinking.

Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. One piece of advice that cropped up continually throughout the thread is the importance of a confident attitude: Some users expressed that they would be flattered: Others said they felt the workplace was an inappropriate space for romantic interactions: Multiple people also brought up the importance of having the ability to walk away when talking to a stranger -- especially if that stranger is a man who appears to be physically stronger than the woman he's approaching: Women Reddit Advice Reddit.

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But in the kitchen, I'm proud of my skills, my resourcefulness, and my creativity. And at the end of it all, I get to bring people together and feed them. I almost feel like more of a conduit than anything, like something bigger is working through me. Why deny yourself the opportunity to participate in something so universal?

It makes me really sad because food can be so unifying. I really hate shopping and I have a hard time dressing myself.

I'm not the kind of person who upon opening their closet in the morning sees the unlimited potential and enjoys that. I usually experience overwhelming paralysis. I was the kind of kid who always wished I could go to private school and wear a uniform, which is one reason I was so well suited for touring. I love putting on the same thing over and over again, even when my tour mates would laugh about me wearing the same Smiths t-shirt every day. Good skin and a solid set of eyebrows can carry you much further than makeup.

So when do I feel least myself? You are quite literally not yourself when you are in a constant state of self-observance, a stranger on the outside looking in. Listening is not something you can multitask. I feel honored to be that kind of a safe place for people. I mean, good conversation is an exchange, right? It should never be one-sided. But to be seen, heard and acknowledged by someone is affirming and necessary so I always try to make sure I see, hear and acknowledge those I spend time with.

Seriously, I used to move every 2 years as a kid and then I picked the one career that gave me an excuse to never call anyone back, ask for help or let people see me in my entirety.

Usually, I have the privilege of being alone in a hotel room when I fall apart. I knew that taking this year off from touring was going to be uncomfortable because I was finally going to have to be around the people I love constantly, without the busyness of my job to fall back on. I only had a few months of paranoia that everyone I knew hated me and I balanced out considerably after that passed. The anxiety dwindled and its place is a wellspring of energy to reinvest in those I love and in my new community in Seattle.

Sometimes you just need to get stuck in the shit for awhile, allow others to grab your waving hand and help pull you out. With help, of course. Also, my Ukrainian genetics enable me to grow a pretty mean mustache. I was ashamed of how it had gotten so out of hand and the emotional weight of that debt had me making a lot of decisions that would then perpetuate more debt. I told him about every bad decision, every emotional struggle that manifested in overspending and every fear I had about being found out.

I was scared of never EVER being able to be free of that debt because it so pervasive. Aside from all the boring practical adjustments I had to make in my life, I started going to therapy to address the emotional triggers that led to overspending, consumption and whatever other addictive personality traits I have. Once I started addressing those old emotions, the urge to spend actually lessened.

When was the last time you were guilty of judging a woman too quickly? I am actually pretty metered in my judgment of people. I tend to do a good job of giving people the benefit of the doubt before I meet them or even after an awkward first impression. I did, however, judge a woman I knew publicly on the internet once with a pretty mean-spirited tweet and I am not proud of that.

Before my conscience could catch up with my fingers, I made a statement that was fueled by many years of anger at how this person had hurt a few people I care about. But man, did that backfire! I took the tweet down and apologized to those involved but what plagues me still is that I represented myself so poorly and acted counter to everything I stand for. I contributed to the same unnecessary ugliness on the internet I try to fight every day. I contributed to age-old narratives that make women look superficial and catty, that have pit women against each other for millennia.

Should I, as a feminist, be proud of trying to call another woman out? Those who know me could look past a tweet like that and understand it as one facet of my personality, not the whole. I guess my point is this: So this situation was a good learning experience for me — judge not lest ye be judged and always seek the humility to right your mistakes.

These two mantras have been present in my mind every day since. Where do I start? Watching her emerge back into the land of the living these last few years, healing from some pretty brutal battle scars and again becoming the Sarah I fell in love with years ago is nothing short of miraculous. The patriarchy extends much deeper into ourselves than I think even we, as women, are comfortable admitting.

I do take issue with women judging women on the right and wrong ways to be a feminist. I would be lying if I said I was open to and understanding of women who protest abortion clinics.

I think the title of Pro-Life is incredibly misleading. I think you can be supportive of life and still be supportive of a woman's right to choose. If I had it my way, the titles would be Pro-Choice or Pro-No-Choice as we're really fighting for legislation that will dictate whether women does or does not have a choice over her own medical future.

I mean, we have a choice about everything else — insurance plans, printer paper, laundry detergent, etc. But that would also be a world without rape, without misogyny, without abuse, without terror, without murder and with access to affordable healthcare, education and a multitude of other basic human rights of survival.

Tell me a story about that way your perception shifted about another woman after getting to know her: To make an incredibly long story short, one of my dearest friends came into my life, well, kind of out of nowhere. She moved to my town and became friends with all my friends and, I found out a little later, had feelings for my newly recent ex-boyfriend.

It was very, very challenging for me. But it was made more challenging by the fact that I actually really liked her. I had no idea what to do with all the conflicting emotions. So I talked to her about them on multiple occasions, whenever and however often the feelings came up. For whatever reason, I felt like I had nothing to lose with this person but that there was an overarching reason she had come into my life. There was a lesson in all of this for me. And sure enough, over time, as she heard me, as I got to know her better, as the ex faded away into history, I was able to find a deep, loyal friend in this woman who kind of just paratrooped into my life.

Now when I see her, I have such a strong family bond, of kindred spirits who have been through something together. Women are compassionate and understanding. The women I know have an innate talent at finding meaning in small things and I find women to be incredibly hopeful. I think it takes a lot of courage to share feelings with people, to help, affirm and remain open to each other. And you know what?

I know a lot of men who are equally as good at this stuff. I mean, what fun is anything if you have no one to share it with? You did it all yourself. Enjoy your party of one. Fiona Pepe strikes a balance between soft and bold - someone who is drenched in color and carries herself with a soft kind of strength.

Both seer and subject, Fiona is a fashion photographer and stylist by day and burlesque dancer by night. She easily transitions between the woman behind the lens and the woman in front of it, somehow embodying both roles with pure authenticity. She coaxes beauty from within others while shooting, and from within herself while dancing. When I first met the Seattle native, I imagined that a woman so entrenched within the arts must have been creatively encouraged from a young age.

But her parents, both academics, had little interest in fashion or dance, and had expectations of a daughter who would follow their intellectual lead. Thick Brooklyn accent, Italian background… really into fashion, Rockefella Centa, the lights, the shows… complete polar opposite of my parents. And she just encouraged the shit out of me… So to have her give some sort of validation to my interest in clothes was vital.

I make sure to tell them how brave they are. She has a way with these young models, often women, often foreign. Fiona makes fashion joyful, adding necessary depth to an industry which desperately needs it. Saint Helens amidst its eruption at a thrift store. The image perfectly encapsulates who she is, and how she approaches her art: I am a full-time fashion photographer and stylist.

I bought a camera on a whim six years ago and just started playing. I make sure I still play as much as possible. I feel so fortunate to actually do what I love for a living. I am shooting all the time! Another love of my life is dance. I have been dancing since I was nine years old, and still take class and perform regularly. The grace, discipline, and body awareness that comes from dance definitely translates into my work as a photographer as well.

How and where do you find inspiration throughout your day, and what has that inspiration compelled you to do in your life? Eccentric performers have been a constant source of inspiration for me. I have learned so much from them about vision, confidence, creating a theatrical lifestyle, making masterpieces from scraps and hot glue, and sharing energy with an audience. I also find so much inspiration in the models themselves! I am constantly inspired by the people I shoot and what they bring to the table.

As is true with most artists, there are moments of feeling stuck or without a clear goal. The ups and downs of creating. The nostalgia of dancing within those walls for so many years really grounds me and makes me feel connected to my deepest self. Who is the person in your life that helps fuel love and creativity, and how does he or she do so? My grandmother was a flashy woman, and I was opened up to self-expression and fashion because of her. She loved shows, dressing up, and the lights of New York City.

She encouraged me to be bright. What challenges have you encountered in your life that are linked to your gender? She is unabashed, she is warm, and she is astonishingly friendly in a city where overt, sincere friendliness is rare.

She had invited the author of New African Fashion, Helen Jennings, to give a talk on her book a few days before Bumbershoot was set to kick off. The event was on Capitol Hill —an area of Seattle steeped in coolness. But that hipster cool is so often blanketed with a cutting chill that when Erika offered her hand in greeting, I was immediately drawn in by her earnest affability.

A curator and educator, Erika found her way to art through cinema. She is profoundly alive and self-assured, yet still maintains that approachability that initially drew me in.

The balance she strikes seems to be a culmination of those aforementioned pillars, and she walks the line with seemingly ease.

She sat on the floor of her living room as we talked, her daughter crawling over and around her as she spoke. My daughter Luba wakes me up with: My favorite word is mama. Yoga provides discipline and allows me to let go of the noise and the fray. Also, I am a maniac about being prepared—preparation equals pain avoidance. It changes all the time and my crushes are usually on performers.

My interest in the arts was piqued when I became a thespian—I attended a performing arts high school New World School of the Arts in Miami, FL and was so impressed by the triple threats—those who could sing, dance, and act—the multi-hyphenates. I like to perform and I love to live the high life—we have a lot of fun in our house. How did you hone your devil may care attitude? That ability to communicate grace, intellect, and poshness with such succinct clarity? With such pitch perfect confidence?

I love when hard work is made to look effortless. That would be my husband, Joseph. He is sincere, thoughtful, considerate, wise, practical, and honest. His spirit balances my excessive romantic and dramatic tendencies. He is my best friend and has helped me create a life this is in complete alignment with my goals.

I mean, at the end of the day, who are you going to lean on? Who is going to be your rock? I am a feminist. I feel it is essential that we connect our personal lives and everyday experiences to the political action needed to promote fairness and opportunity for all women.

In terms of my personal practice of feminism, in my academic work I examine how sexism, class oppression, and racism are inextricably bound together. In my personal life I try to actively petition for economic, racial, and social fairness in addition to environmental well-being. I serve on the Board of Directors of The Feminist Press and my most significant contribution to date has been to identify emergent voices in feminist practice—voices that represent the next generation of activists and thinkers.

Another crazy line is: I love the quirk and moxie of this statement. Chow said it—what a character. Do you have a website or blog that you would like to share? Sure, I have a website: Laura Cassidy tells stories. But the stories of hers that I enjoy most are the stories she tells for the sake of art. Her blog, Fire Expresses Itself With Fire, contains short prose, poetry, and examples of current projects.

She is, in my opinion, an artist through and through. She is someone who is dedicated to a substantial kind of beauty, the kind of beauty that cannot just be appreciated, but the kind of beauty that must be honored.

She produces zines, posters, and art utilizing various mediums. Recently, I spent time at the home that Laura shares with her husband. This is a woman whose lust for art and is transmissible. A woman who trusts and honors her passion in a way few of us are capable of.

Read what Laura has to say about inspiration, challenge, and beauty, below. I keep piles of books everywhere—art and fashion books in the living room, favorite novels and story collections by the bed, weird texts from the thrift store in our art studio, poetry anthologies and biographies in my study.

What challenges have you met in chasing inspiration? Knowing which direction to take. Getting things out of my notebooks and laptop and into the world. Who do you have a girl crush on? I always have a girl crush, typically several. Often the woman is older—like, gray haired and richly experienced. A lot of times the woman is a mother. Or maybe sometimes I get obsessed with them because I want to bring them closer to my physical universe.

Part of a crush is wanting the crushee to crush back, right? The last time I really went down a bunny hole was with Zoe Dusanne, who was an African American gallerist in Seattle in the 40s and 50s.

She created an avant-garde art scene in her home in a time when that was just anachronistic and totally punk. She was responsible for bringing Yayoi Kusami to America and hosted the first local showings of people like Marcel Duchamp and Piet Mondrian—but no one knows about her anymore.

Homegirl covered politics and broke down complicated world issues while editing at Vogue and writing fiction. And she is so perfectly inside and outside of herself at all times. Her style and writing style are swift, decisive, and unadorned—yet anything but plain. Clear and beautifully complex.

She was supposed to read here a few weeks ago but had to cancel, and it nearly broke my heart. With a handful of like-aged peers, we talked over wine, engaging in playful arguments, interrupting one another, challenging views. And then Deb Thomas joined us. With long grey hair and a slow and intentional manner, her words were chosen carefully. Yet all of us were enraptured as she spoke. Deb seemed to have all of the answers — with unwavering confidence, I balked at her manner, intimidated, enthralled.

This is the kind of woman I want to be one day. While her sure-footed confidence was anything but a ruse, Deb was still honest about her own uncertainty.

Rather, she admitted to being as vain today as she was thirty years ago, still fussing over those small lines, still feeling intimidated in the face of others, particularly females who possess intelligence, strength, and beauty as Deb herself certainly does. But now, when she encounters those bumps, she knows how to temper her reaction instead of spinning off the deep end like some of us tend to do. But I have kept hoping, believing that finding that kind of confidence would instill hope in myself for the same.

Because what Deb has learned is accessible for all of us. What do you do for a living? I work with people and communities who are impacted by fossil fuels exploration and development. In oil and gas development started on state land adjacent to my husband and my property.

Consequently, our home, property and community are severely impacted by the development. My idea of self has definitely changed through the years. Even though my basic values have stayed the same, how I see and feel myself is different than it was 10, 20, 30… years ago.

As I age I appreciate more about who I am and understand more about how important the ability to change is. Even though it is often difficult, I try to embrace change. In addition, I feel differently in different situations. Describe one thing you love about yourself, and why: My curiosity and desire to learn. The longer I live, the more I want to learn and understand about the world around me and what makes it tick.

It causes me to speak and act before I think. Helping to stop oil and gas development on the Shoshone National Forest.

Having our son, Quinn…being a mother. Describe an experience that made you feel extreme discomfort and vulnerability: He slapped me back. I was in the bar with several friends, male and female. No one came to my rescue. Time and reflection about what had really happened, and who was really at fault. Looking back, do you find that experience valuable? When the disagreement happened, I felt that my friends had not been supportive or protective of me.

What I realized later was that no-one had time to act, nor did they hear the conversation between the man and me. It helped me understand how quickly events happen and how important it is to not act on impulse. Describe an experience when you felt incompetent, and why you felt that way: My first time lobbying at the Wyoming legislature. I had all of my facts and figures in order, and had prepared what I believed was an impenetrable case. Our State Representatives did not share my enthusiasm, and did not have any interest in listening to what I had brought to them.

Dick Bilodeau, because he is the most honest person I know…often times to a fault. In her 50s, with children and challenges in her personal life, Theo went back to school and received a Ph.

She worked on the Great Lakes cleanup, the Clean Air Act, and became one of the most recognized experts in the world on endocrine-disrupting chemicals. One of the greatest opportunities of my life was to intern under her. She was in her early 80s and suffering serious health issues from chemical exposures, but still a force to be reckoned with. Theo encouraged everyone she came in contact with and always had time to help people. She provided some of the first and best scientific information on how the chemicals used in oil and gas development and production are affecting human and environmental health.

Her persistence and genuine kindness. Theo told me to never stop telling my story. She believed that personal experience was one of the best ways to create change. At what age or stage in your life did you feel most insecure, and what experience did you undergo that illustrates that discomfort?

At age 5, when I had to start school. Until then, I believed the world revolved around me. It was extremely difficult to understand I was not the center of the universe, and the experience resulted in a dislike for, and distrust of, authority figures.

It also caused me to hate school. Be more open to other people, and learn as much as you can from them. Also, get as much education as you can.

But now faith, hope, love, abide these three; but the greatest of these is love. And Stacey Rozich is no exception. And I was living in my parents basement. And Stacey, even after dropping out of that art program, decided to give school a second shot. So she enrolled in a graphic design program - and was less than thrilled with what she found: A least a little?

It was a pretty big let down, actually. Now a renowned artist, Stacey has identified her passion, and has honed her craft and found success in doing so.

She works really hard, because she knows she has to. But — surprise everyone! Even successful people stumble. Because life is about trying shit on. Stacey found success in her art because she finally committed herself to something that mattered to her, not something that mattered to someone else. And Stacey Rozich is living proof that it pays off. And now look at me! Then it rolls over onto different cultural traditions like Mexican folk masks, Eastern European textile motifs and costumes, turn of the century Japanese toys, etc.

It loves detritus of pop culture, like classic snack food packaging and sweet tennis shoes. Along the way, what have been some of your biggest challenges when it comes to realizing your success?

The biggest challenge has always been weathering the droughts. A few years ago, in to be exact, I decided to throw caution to the wind and quite my restaurant job.

I was incredibly lucky to have support from my family even though I think they thought it was perhaps not the smartest move, but I was supported. My motivation and work ethic have gotten really strong, and sometimes I even amaze myself with how much I get done or am able to set up. Oh boy, how long can this list go? Like, why would that person say that to me? I let mole hills turn into mountains even though I eventually get over it and forget just as quickly as it comes up, yet I really do let things stew until I blow up.

I figure it would save me a lot of time to get less wound up and to just zen out man, hang loose. I felt like such a young outsider when I applied, I was 24 and up against so many amazing and more academically and professionally accomplished painters. When I went through the interview process and then got word, It was a feeling of complete exhilaration followed by total terror. I kept thinking there was a type-o, and you know?

I would have to say staying true to myself and my dreams — cornball alert! I took such a weird circumnavigated route in my schooling private art school first, then community college after that when I see where I am now, I knew in my heart of hearts that I was doing the right thing even though it was the unconventional way. Quitting art school was sad for me, it really screwed up my whole plan. Eventually that idea faded away as weeks turned into months and the reality of the expense and the difficulty to start over hit me.

I would be in regular contact with my friends down in the Bay Area and I got to hear about all of the cool things they were creating and fun things they were doing. I was like Office Administration Stacey doll, dress me up in stupid slacks and pose me how you want! After a particularly bad interview at a hedge fund office, I l went outside and it was dark and raining in classic Seattle style. So I never called that temp agency back and decided to fully go back into painting.

How did you keep your chin up? I dip into the never ending reel of The Simpsons clips that are constantly playing in my head and I feel better. When I actually tried being a graphic designer! I love a self-made business woman, and her vision and work ethic is rock solid. I like to model myself after those types of people, men or women. I do take time and study people, I take into account body language and attentiveness which helps me try to understand someone before I make an assumption.

Where I go wrong is in passing: I give most everyone the benefit of the doubt unless you actually give me reason to not like you, then There was a notorious ice queen that a lot of my friends were acquainted with and when I saw her around I was completely baffled why anyone enjoyed someone so sour, so pretentious but I tried being friendly anyways.

Nothing worked, it was like screaming into the void trying to chat up this person. So I made a point from then on to always introduce myself to her and ask what her name was every single time I saw her, like it was Groundhog Day every time she met me.

It sounds kind of diabolical but it drove her crazy and she never forgot who I was after that! She even warmed up to me…. What do you love about the way women treat each other? I love the feeling of togetherness we have for each other. I love feeling cared for and caring for the women in my life. I realize I value thoughtfulness in women and the ones I know or whom I meet will always lend a helpful contact, give great advice or offer an evening together to just sit and chat.

That to me means the world, to have that in my life. I was surprised by this statement. And once again, my assumptions left me with an inadequate view of a multifaceted woman.

I become absorbed in the moment. Kirsten is a woman with innumerable angles — alongside every woman I have ever prematurely judged. We put people in boxes because we want to define them, and we want to tailor our responses to them.

But limiting someone so quickly does more damage in the end. Kirsten, as well as every single other woman that I have interviewed for Project Girl Crush, serves as a reminder of my quickness to judge, and the worthlessness of that judgment. How did you come to do what you do? I was just kind of drifting around working in an art supply store and I had discovered Juxtapose magazine.

I fell in love with what I was looking at and sort of abruptly decided to start a gallery so we could have it in Seattle.

What do you love about yourself? I lead what I think is the coolest, funnest life of anyone I know, and I created that life myself. I think I can be a bit self involved sometimes.

Talk about an instance that made you feel vulnerable: I have a few of those moments every day. I even have it tattooed on my arm. I was a very shy, unhappy girl. I thought I was ugly and completely socially hopeless. I felt like good things, exciting lives were for other people, not me, even though that is what I wanted.

Oh my god, looking back I see I was such a dorkishly cute, true hearted kid. All those lonely hours spent drawing and looking at art and subcultural weirdness would pay off big time. She causes you to wonder what she's thinking because it appears that she doesn't have a worry in the world.

Linnea Gallo is one of those women. She has both a warmth and a reserve about her, and she is one of few strangers we have asked on the spot to be featured as a Girl Crush. I was born and raised here in Seattle. My parents are two wonderful, industrious people who met while working in Alaska in the 70's.

My wise mother told me I needed to make the world a more beautiful place. My hard-working father taught me to never feel above a task. If my memory serves me correctly, I spent the majority of my childhood playing outdoors and reading. I was homeschooled for quite a while, which probably explains why I'm such a dork.

I attended a great local high school, then I moved to Western Massachusetts to attend an all women's college, one of the Seven Sisters. Attending an all women's college is like soaking until your fingertips become raisin-y in a huge bubble bath of female energy.

It was a powerful experience. I now have two sons, and they're two rad little humans. You opened the Fat Hen at 26 — how did people receive a young, female business owner when you first opened your doors? I had to make a very conscious decision early on to not allow that negative energy to take up mental bandwidth. I thumb through those titles and feel gratitude for all the feminists of history whose hard work paved our way.

Keeps my personal challenges in perspective. I feel at peace when my hands are busy. I love busy mornings at work. When the room is full of happily munching guests, the music is playing, the candles are lit, the flowers are fresh, the lights are just right, and I have my awesome team by my side, I feel like everything has aligned. Having a baby for me was a very vulnerable experience. Pregnancy felt like a force of nature that simply overtook my body.

My body knew precisely what was to be done, and it wasn't exactly asking my rational mind for its input. It was humbling and very cool. What was it like for you, balancing two small children and opening a new business? That was a challenging season of my life, but it made me a better, stronger woman. I'm grateful for the growth that resulted from it. At the time, I had a toddler as well as a new baby who woke at least every couple of hours at night. That lack of sleep, coupled with the host of pressures that accompany opening a new business, felt weighty at the time.

I gave myself no choice but to buckle down, work hard, and do the best I could. What have been some of your biggest challenges as a business owner, and how did you navigate those challenges?

Balancing children and business have been, by far, the greatest challenge of being a business owner. I think every working woman can relate when I say it truly is like having two jobs. Building a great team at work and finding a great nanny at home have been crucial to navigating that challenge.

Before I had my eldest son, I imagined that nursing a baby would be not unlike a representation in a Renaissance painting: I struggled to learn to nurse a baby in those first few weeks and field well-meaning but hurtful comments when I had to supplement with formula. But I was determined to nurse my baby and it took practice and intention to accomplish it. Naming just one is too hard! I am constantly encountering inspiring women here in Seattle: I love interacting with all these whip-smart ladies.

They're all industrious, creative women who are busy making Seattle a more beautiful place. Probably the last time I left the house. I constantly have to examine the assumptions I make about other women. Our culture is so visual and our presentations of ourselves are so curated. Project Girl Crush is so inspiring because it acknowledges the hard work of fighting that divisive spirit. I love when we are able to rise above the pettiness. I first met Kassandra Jensen on Instagram - if you can call it meeting.

Her life appeared so… perfect, so bohemian. And as result of all my dreaming, Kassandra found herself on the pedestal of a girl in Seattle, some 6, miles away. And then, last fall, Genevieve and I received an email. Kassandra was writing to us from Berlin, thanking us for our work on Project Girl Crush. She described the difficulties of being a model, of the toll it can take on mind and body.

And she described the anxiety — in detail. Her descriptions were raw, allowing the life she was leading to, at times, look ugly. After a needed hiatus from modeling, Kassandra has thrust herself into her artwork, finding recent success in her home of Berlin. To really see the things in myself I wanted to overcome, grow and change. I am still not sure how the path of all these new discoveries will carve out and meld together. Being at this point in my life, I feel its still ok for me to be figuring out my way.

I know my heart and mind will be fulfilled with what I put onto a canvas, which is key. Also, I am finding it creates mental balance. Nothing else plays into my identity as a painter but what ends up on the canvas. When you think of the trickle effect, from the inspiration the designers used for the runway, down to the casting of the models, how photographers wish to transform that, and the world created within the editorials, it can be quite amazing.

Most of the time the root of those designers inspirations are art, painters, music and films. Its pretty grand to think one day my work could be at the start of the trickle rather then the result. Describe one thing that inspires you: I am going to cheat and say film. Only because film is an umbrella that covers all I am inspired by. Movies hold music, one of my deepest loves.

They hold colors, textures, style, art, and landscape. Film has it all and I can easily get lost in them. I just try and feel it. Also, considering painting is my form of meditation, this works pretty well. I work through a lot of my bad thoughts, stress and questions onto the canvas. You have to have dark to have light. Well, a good meal and a glass of whiskey help too. When my mind and body are not connected. It disconnects me from what my body really needs.

My open, pure heart. I feel I have become more aware of this tendency in the last year and learning to let go, but I have to remind myself often, its just my wheels overworking. It goes with the body-mind connection. Not putting myself first, doing things just for pleasing people.

Easier said then done. There are too many special moments to try and even sum them up here. Aside from the privilege of walking some of my favorite Design houses, Celine, Alexander Wang, Acne, the list goes on. I was deeply proud of myself for the work it took to get through it. Flight after flight, fittings until the wee hours of the morning and call times only an hour or so later.

It took a lot of to harness the energy day after day, but it was some of the best moments. It gave me a sense I can really achieve anything. I have two, taking the leap to move to Berlin was a huge step that has shifted my whole life. Another and the most current one would be realizing I needed to take a new focus in my life, and that focus was me.

Stepping off the fast speeding track I was on, to risk affecting its progress, was terrifying. Yet, it was really important to me to find my own roots within myself, to build that strong foundation.

It takes a lot of guts to face the demons we all have in us. No matter where in the world you go, those habits will reoccur until you learn from them. So I made the choice to face them. I am proud of myself for admitting I needed that journey and following through with it. Not being afraid to take a different path. I think I am always vulnerable!

We compare ourselves to others, thinking if only we could be as strong, or tough, or secure as them. I am trying to find strength in my vulnerability. To get to this point of letting go, I spent a lot of time in a bodywork therapy called Grinberg, which is truly amazing! Also, just believing I would get through it. Describe a time when you felt incompetent: Whenever I start to compare myself to others.

I feel its something I am hugely overcoming, and naturally have stopped doing so much. I even see people who I find so talented and breathtaking doing the same thing.

We need to begin to look at ourselves for the strengths we have, celebrate others strength and put less pressure on ourselves to be talented at everything. I deeply admire my friend Kelly Tivnan.

She is a Seattle native actually, but I met her in Berlin. She has been living there for years and what she has created is astonishing. Out of her love for wood, building and creating, she has created a whole world and business from scratch. She somehow translates her warm energy into her woodwork and its beautiful to see everyone take notice. She transforms spaces into inspiring atmospheres: She is also one of the kindest hearted, gentle woman I have ever met and so proud of her!

I will have a forever crush on Helen Frankenthaler. She was an abstract painter in New York in the and 60s. Her career reached well until her passing, but it was this time frame in which she was one of the only females making a strong imprint on the art world. She was right there with the boys of that time, and she did it her own way. Not following any technical rules, her colors and the emotions she evokes are stunning!

She also had some great style going on even when covered in paint! What I can say that it has so much to do with where you are in your mind and heart. If you are not being true to your desires and who you are, that is a very uncomfortable feeling. That is really does get better with age, and to not be such in a rush to grow up. Just let go, so much time I have wasted being paralyzed by fear. Hilary Folks is a fashion stylist. She is roughly a thousand feet tall, and has flaming red hair.

So often, I stop myself from getting to know a woman like Hilary because I allow myself to feel intimated by her awesomeness, rather than inspired. In doing so, I inevitably end up creating distance between myself and someone I admire.

But more often than not, those judgments are based on little more than our own insecurities, our own longing to be more like that person we admire. Why I create a persona, react to that persona, and subsequently distance myself from the individual who has nothing to do with the story that I created in the first place. So now, Hilary serves as a reminder to squash that little voice inside who tells me I need to rehearse my opening line when approaching that person I greatly respect, to sculpt the way I present myself.

More importantly, what do you do that you love, and how did you find yourself there? The first thing I do is go to my neighborhood coffee shop to be surrounded by life. I talk to everyone, and every dog. You know what I really really really love? The old pictures you find in antique stores. I find it strange that people discard their history like that.

I spend the majority of my time on the street. In a totally non-creepy way. Getting a bikini wax. First the tide rushes in Plants a kiss on the shore Then it rolls out to sea And the sea is very still once more. Ria Leigh played an imperative role in the foundation of Project Girl Crush.

One specific day, clad in a denim onesie, black beanie, red lips, and long black hair hanging in a braid, she held a toddler on her hip. I had never spoken to this woman, but I was so utterly taken by her I fumbled to understand my own reaction. It was about her beauty, but it felt more emotional. Encountering Ria and, subsequently, coming to her, has helped uncover a more precise understanding of that infatuation. She epitomizes elegance and understated self-confidence. She lives her own life in reverence of beauty; worshipping, collecting, and sculpting it.

When I had the opportunity to visit her in her home in the Los Feliz neighborhood of LA, I was once again overtaken by her appreciation of the profundity of aesthetic harmony. I love that by making a piece of pottery or a quilt, I am actively creating an experience, and in some small way impacting the way someone else views our world. Ria defines the importance of art of all forms, and acts as a supreme reminder to me why immersing myself in beauty is so essential.

Allow me to get more honest here—the last three weeks have been rough for me. I very consciously chose to feature Ria this week after some PGC-free time because she will continue to act as an embodiment and a reminder of the depth and need for aesthetic harmony. I was born in Indonesia, raised in California, spent some time in Washington and now live in Los Angeles. I make things, I collect things, and then I sell some of those things to get money to buy other things, and eat tasty things, and generally perpetuate the cycle.

My mother is a ceramic artist and her mother my grandmother was a dedicated quilter, so those two particular crafts are definitely in my blood.

Good design, bad design, naive design, kitsch design, fashion design, product design, print design, graphic design, architectural design, furniture design, ancient design, cultural design. I love to look at it, I love to research it, I love to discuss it and I love to do it. I want to continue this matrilineal tradition of making and I want her to know that with self-confidence, effort and determination, she can make her vision of the world a reality.

I find inspiration in so many places, but I particularly love looking through old books, magazines and auction catalogs. One of my favorite feelings is finding a little thread of new intriguing information, and pulling at it and finding it connected to other things that have captured my attention before. What challenges have you met in chasing that inspiration? I find it a challenge to work off an inspiration or an idea and attempt to re-imagine it and make it new, make it my own.

I strive for my work to be informed by my inspirations without being too referential or blatantly derivative. Then comes the question of purpose and function, I am really focused on creating things that are useful and needed and I am often challenged when it comes to translating my creative concepts into a functional design. There are so many intricacies when it comes to successful functional design, the way the product feels, its weight, its ease of use, its durability, the way it relates to other items, all of these factors have to be considered and in this consideration the original creative idea is sometimes compromised.

But I find all of these challenges to be fun, they keep my mind working. Solitude I think is more important for me than a particular space. I am a Capricorn and have always been connected to the animal associated with my sign, the goat.

As a somewhat solitary animal and a climber, it speaks to me as a symbol of independence, perseverance and a reminder to try and look at life from a higher perspective. The Artist Louise Bourgeois said in a documentary I believe:.

I am very grateful to have a lot of people that support me and fuel my passions. Aside from my family, the two people that fuel my creativity most are my friends Laura Cassidy you guys know her!

They are both extremely talented and creative people in their own rights and I really respect and admire both of their work. Whenever I need constructive advise about a project or a different perspective on the world I turn to them. Their friendship and support is invaluable to me. I love the dual power of strength and softness that we possess as women and I love being a mother. I think women face far more judgment then men.

We are critiqued and scrutinized and expected to look and behave in very specific and often contradictory ways. I think that being a feminist simply means understanding the power of femininity and seeing that a combination of feminine and masculine energy exists within everyone and everything to varying degrees.

Femininity and Masculinity exist beyond the biology of the sexes, men can have feminine energy and women can have masculine energy. One is not better than the other; they are essential polarities and are equal in the cosmic scheme of things.

Yin-Yang and all that. She described a profligate woman with wild hair, a successful Seattle photographer who practically brought stars to her eyes. Hayley, for Gen, is person who signifies both intrigue and intimidation, making her the ideal PGC candidate because what is this project for if not to broach the imaginary barriers we too often tend to create? Of course, when we sat down with Hayley for the interview, the intimidation melted away instantaneously. Perhaps it was the multiple bottles of white wine, but we were never short on conversation.

She describes a girl who was boastful about her own work, and claims to have possessed an arrogance she is now humbled by. She understands that this is the way good work is shaped, even though the process is uncomfortable and revealing.

When Hayley made the decision to take her work seriously, she put her camera down for a year. When she finally began the program, she describes long hours of holding down a job and going to school, of utilizing the studio at all hours whenever it was available. Hayley is vibrant and lighthearted, and she wears her passions on her sleeve. She now intertwines her love and talent for photography with her lifelong obsession with music.

And let the two of those concepts work with each other. Came to visit Seattle for the summer in and after much debate, decided my senior year of college was worth waiting for. Got a job waiting tables and began the process of getting Washington State residency. Also do work with a handful of bride publications in Portland and LA. Have you ever wanted to impress that boy at school or have everyone admire your style on the first day of school.

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But lately, she hasn't been getting the attention she's used to and she thinks The best way to learn who is living next to you is by inviting them over for a dinner party. Of course, if you have a crush on the boy that lives next to you, it's a great idea to have a casual ni Everyone's always surprised and happy when the black lights turn on!

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It's hard to be a gamer girl in the world today. With all of the gamer guys looking for that perfect girl to play video games with all day, the girls have their pick of anyone they want to date. Sarah has plans to go on an ice skating date with her biggest crush.

These two lovebirds can't wait to spend time together and maybe even sneak a kiss. But this is against the rules on the ice! Baby Monster Tooth Problems. The creatures and monsters of Monster High are always suffering from some serious tooth problems. With all of the boys and girls baking cakes and treats for each other, celebrating Halloween year Sometimes boys can be so stupid! Amber was dating Rory when she was introduced to his best friend, Steve. Now they are fighting over each other trying to get win Amber's heart.

The boys might be The Jonas Brothers are a famous boy band and are adored by their fans all over the world. Go behind the scenes and spend some time in their dressing room before the concert tonight. Lasagna soup sounds like someone who didn't correctly make lasagna and it turned into slop inside a pan. But from this seemingly serious mistake, you can create something that could be truly extra Ever After High Cedar Wood. Cedar Wood is the daughter of the famous liar turned puppet into a real boy, Pinocchio.

Dress up this amazing wood-carved girl into a fairy princess! Everyone can become a real princess if they h These too cute babies were bit by the fashion bug early on in their lives, and now they are always on the lookout for their parents to push them through the park to check out what the playing boys It's always hard to tell if that look is a tiger about to pounce on her prey, or an invitation to come over and start up a conversation.

Either way that boy across the room better tread carefully, Flirting at the Beach. Enjoy a nice day at the beach by flirting with all the cute boys!

Try to capture as many hearts as possible, but watch out for rival girls competing for their affections! Win as many hearts as you Princess Sarah of Slacktopia has settled into her royal role and her subjects love her, despite her naughty slacking ways.

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It looks like Lisa found a cute boy to share her beach tow Meet this cute young lady named Carly. She has a crush on the boy next door but she is too shy to talk to him.

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Update your cell phone on a weekly or a daily basis. Breakdown where and when you put on your makeup and acc You realize, of course, that Draculaura is the most popular girl at Monster High. She might be entirely different in nature than her boyfriend Clawd Wolf, but she's gotten over the physical differ I love the carnival.

I would go every year if I could. But to really enjoy a summer carnival, you need to grow up in a small town where the boys are cute, the food is cheap and delicious, and the Polly in the Rain. Polly generally doesn't care when it rains. Regardless of rain or shine, wind or snow, she's always looking happy, healthy, and well fashioned! Today she's heading to a wedding where her formerly Girl Next Door Makeover.

Every boy dreams about having a really beautiful girl living right next door to him. Unfortunately for many of them this is just a dream. But for one lucky guy, this dream has come true. If you plan to be best friends with anyone, you need to know that a boy or a girl can never come between you. You'll always have each other, someone to turn to when times are tough. Party Time for Two. These two party animals just love getting ready for a great night out!

They like looking great so they're bound to some attention from the boys, if they want it! Help these two beauties look their Meet the Parents Makeover. When you are young and in love, you spend all your time with the boy you love and you do your best to make them happy.

Those crazy butterflies in your stomach take away your sleep and make you drea These Monster High twins are brand new to the school. And for them to meet up with the other boy and girl monsters, they decided to become babysitters and meet up with the other cool girls in the Monster High Wedding Cake. The Monster High boys and girls aren't going to get married yet, but they probably wouldn't have a problem with designing a cake just for you!

Well, let's ask them and find out! This young teen just got asked out by her ex-boyfriend's best friend. Should she go out with him? Maybe she should leave the boy's behind for a while and just focus on her brand new adorable puppy. Babies love to play in the bathtub and you will take care of this little happy boy, making her bath to look and feel like a playground.

Washing the baby with lots of toys will make him happy and yo These three popular college girls are the leaders of their sorority group and they are having a girls' rock party this weekend, where boys are also invited. Being a girls' rock party, the dressing Monster High Rock Band. The Monster High girls are ultra talented, but they also want to create a band so they don't have to wait for the boys of Monster High to make a band for them to fawn over!

They are of course goin At the Art Show. Talk with your favorite boy about the artists use of light, what their intentions were, what it all means and how it makes you feel. Art shows are a great first date because they offer culture and It's lonely at the top and it doesn't get much higher then Mount Olympus.

Bring this gorgeous goddess down to earth a bit and style her for a trip to the mall to hang with her mortal friends, windo You can't work out for as long and as hard as Justin has without garnering a little bit of attention and admiration from your fellow gym rats.

Style this buff boy for a hot date with one of or all Fashion knows her stuff. But she can't pick out just one outfit. She needs to see the whole picture, step through the dressing room, and start to see the kind of reaction her latest outfit can ge Liam Payne Dress Up. Liam Payne, one of the handsome boys of One Direction, wants to go out, but he don't know what to wear!

Will you help him to do his hair, clothes, and accessories? It's easy to fall in love with that cute boy in your English class. He's quick-witted, funny, and has beautiful eyes. It's just so annoying that you only get to spend 45 minutes a day with him! Most boys and girls are smart enough to know the benefits of chocolate to their diet. The dark chocolate has more antioxidants than you could possibly hope for in a hamburger from some fast food j Kelly has a crush on every boy!

All of them, really. Just ask her friend Nicole who patiently listens every week as Kelly extols the virtues of her newest boy toy. Keep Kelly looking good and pick My Fabulous First Date. Your first date can always be a little stressful, but thankfully, you can have as much time as you need to prepare for your magical first date with the boy of your dream!

Baby School Dress Up. If you're going to be spending some time away from your baby, make sure she's learning as much as she can! You don't even have to mention books before this baby has her head deep into the pages wh Head on down to the barn for some lively square dancing! That boy in your chemistry class has never looked as good as he does in those tight jeans and cute cowboy hat.

Dress up in some flirty fla This young couple fell in love at first sight! Having first found each other after hanging out with the same group of people, the boy finally worked up the courage to ask her out. And now they ar Skipper Goes Back to School.

Barbie's little sister, Skipper, is so excited starting her Junior year in high school. She's been chatting on the phone with her friends all weekend talking about what they will wear on their firs Kid's Jump Brain Teaser. Get the boys to the boys' school and the girls to the girls' school. Only one person can be on a platform, and you can only jump one platform at a time, so be careful where you place the kids on t Boys are but toys in a game of love where this heart breaker is always the winner!

Beware future suitors, for your affections and attentions are but fuel for an engine of desire that has driven bet Lovely Boy And Girl. Today is a sunny day in the park, and there are a ton of really great spots to relax and watch people playing in the park. It's fun to get outside even if the boy is a little nervous about explori Many legends describe mermaids and their enchanting powers over men at sea.

Using their dazzling beauty and their diva voices, mermaids rule the underwater world as princesses of the sea. Hop on the shoulders of your best boy and wrestle around with some old friends. This is a four way fun date filled with water, laughter and shenanigans! Barbie on Roller Skates. Since Barbie is so popular she needs to fly all over town in an instant. That's why she always keeps a pair of roller skates in her purse!

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They are going to have an amazing time, and when they open their lunch, they are going Fancy Teen Girl Dress Up. This fancy teen loves to hang out in shopping malls. Where else can she find the latest fashions and the cutest boys? Of course, if she were given a choice, she'd take a shopping spree every time! Hey hipsters, turn those gun fingers around and flip them upside down!

The new cool isn't taking shots at your friends, it's hiding behind a brilliant five digit disguise! Fun for ladies and boys a Interior Designer Baby Room. This lucky girl just met the boy of her dreams. Now she's going to have to finish all of her chores while getting ready for the date AND avoid her mother's grounding stare!

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