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@Cardano_CF is hosting a panel with an emphasis on Women of Cardano during #WomenHistoryMonth. Very nice and interesting - join us on March 8th

I don't know if you heard, but there is a new big project launched outside of our Island and it is causing a lot of mess on the NFTs market. It is a market aggregator and while it looks very nice and pro it received a lot of criticism @AaronSage

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.@FromCaliToMars, one of our #WomenHistoryMonth honorees, has leveraged the experience that comes from being an immigrant to bring a different perspective to aerospace engineering. Image
Diana Trujillo’s leadership role in STEM is invaluable for the Hispanic community, a source of inspiration for other Latinas that dream of reaching the stars, y un verdadero sí se puede. 2/
Her housekeeping jobs helped her pay her studies in aerospace mechanics and biomechanics, studies that started at the University of Florida and culminated with a bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland. 3/
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Congresswoman Carolyn Bourdeaux flipped #GA07 blue & helped put Georgia in the Dem column for the 1st time since 1992.

@Carolyn4GA7 uses her experience helping to rebuild GA’s economy in the Great Recession to tackle kitchen table issues for working families. #WomensHistoryMonth
Congresswoman Teresa Leger Fernandez fought for decades for equity & investment in the health & economic security of Latino & tribal communities.

@TeresaForNM’s expertise is vital as the House tackles a pandemic w/ disparate impact on these communities. #NM03 #WomensHistoryMonth
Congresswoman Marie Newman’s fight for #Equality4All was a national model years before she came to DC.

@Marie4Congress also works for health care, gun sense, and curbing economic inequality with workforce & infrastructure investment for a green economy. #IL03 #WomensHistoryMonth
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We asked @wandooih what her top 3 tips are on dealing with work-life balance, being a woman with a family. This is what she had to say: Image
1. Leave work at work: Develop a mental on-off switch between work and home. This might consist of listening to music or reading a book during the commute or exercising at the gym. You must switch off before you enter your house in order to spend quality time with your family.
2. Schedule like your life depended on it
Set aside 10 to 20 minutes at the beginning of each day (or the night before) to plan your tasks and activities for the day and evening ahead.
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In honour of #WomenHistoryMonth, we'll be showcasing the work of famous disabled women forgotten by history. #DisabilityHistory
On Day 1, meet Ragnhild Kata (1873 - 1947), the woman who helped Helen Keller learn how to speak.

Ragnhild was the first deafblind person in Norway to receive proper schooling, eventually learning to speak and inspiring Helen Keller to do the same #DisabilityHistory
2: Annette Kellermann (1886-1975) wore leg braces & swam to build muscle.

She set multiple records in 1902 races, was the first woman to appear naked in a Hollywood film (A Daughter of the Gods, 1916) & launched a swimwear range after being told to 'cover up'. #WomenHistoryMonth
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