On Wednesday, I saw a tweet from Forbes congratulating me for making their Top 100 Websites for Women list.
I blinked. Then laughed. Wait, what?
Small Hands, Big Ideas: Grace Boyle has written from the minority perspective of a 20-something women who works for a tech startup since 2008, and chronicles her travels, relationships, career hiccups and “big ideas” on a daily basis.
I took a deeper look then saw the list and saw Small Hands, Big Ideas featured there (page 6, alphabetical). Not to mention, in their headline image compiling logos of some of the websites SHBI’s logo made the cut. Little hands indeed (right-hand corner).
As I cruised through the list I was so impressed by all the amazing women I was amongst like Pioneer Woman, Smitten Kitchen, Hello Giggles, Huffington Post Women, A Cup of Jo, Danielle LaPorte and even Pinterest .
I am honored and subsequently have myself some new reading material. For the full list, read here.
With a mother as a life-coach who helps women break free from self defeating beliefs and brings women to Italy on an annual retreat each year and girlfriends that are wild, passionate, incredibly intelligent and strong I feel lucky to be part of empowering women. I hope I can provide a sliver of inspiration, laughter and support.
Thanks to all my longtime readers and supporters.
And if you find yourself landing here from the Forbes article, here is a good place to get started on my Best Of page including moving/relocating, career, relationships and life.
UPDATE: Forbes pulled from the top 100 list and also created Top 10 Websites for Millennial Women and Small Hands, Big Ideas was included!! Thanks Forbes, for making my week. Hope you all enjoy, I’m among some amazing women there too and love reppin’ Gen Y.