- Women’s History Month is in March, and International Women’s Day is March 8.
- To celebrate, we’ve picked 20 women who are changing the game in their respective fields, from art to the royal family.
- Meghan Markle is changing what a means to be a royal in 2019, adding diversity and a bit of change regarding royal protocol.
Even though International Women’s Day is March 8, these 20 women are proving that it doesn’t matter what day it is — it’s always a good time to celebrate the advances made by women in the past few years.
Keep scrolling to learn more about these 20 boss women, and how they’re changing the world.
Meghan Markle was the most Googled person of 2018.
The new Duchess of Sussex is still making waves in the English royal family. From wearing dark nail polish to hugging onlookers, inch by inch she’s creating a royal protocol that works for her.
She’s given millions of little girls around the world the opportunity to see themselves as princesses, and continues to champion the causes that she’s passionate about, including „the arts, access to education, support for women and animal welfare.“
Tidying up is all the rage thanks to Marie Kondo and her new Netflix show.
If you haven’t heard about the life-changing magic of tidying up over the past few weeks … well, you should’ve. Netflix’s latest sensation, „Tidying Up with Marie Kondo,“ has overtaken the internet, encouraging people to reclaim control over their lives and get a clean, fresh start — and it’s all thanks to Kondo and her clutter-free ways.
Five years after becoming the youngest Nobel Prize winner ever, Malala Yousafzai continues to inspire with her appearance on „My Next Guest Needs No Introduction.“
Yousafzai, who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014 after surviving a terrorist attack, is currently 21 and studying at Oxford. But in her off time, she’s appearing on David Letterman’s Netflix show, „My Next Guest Needs No Introduction,“shocking us all by explaining that she forgives her attackers, and casually writing her third book, „We Are Displaced: My Journey and Stories from Refugee Girls Around the World,“ which was published in January 2019.
„I forgive them because that’s the best revenge I can have,“ she told Letterman. It’s a lesson we all can keep in mind.
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Source: Business insider