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Herstory: Britain’s Amelia Earhart

Beryl Markham was the first woman to fly across the Atlantic from England to the United States. Oh, and she also trained Kentucky Derby-winning horses, had an affair with a prince and had a crater on Venus named after her. NBD.

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Hey folks, this is the week to ASK US ANYTHING! All this week, Cristen & Caroline soliciting any and all queries from listeners about ladies and gents, podcasting, Caroline’s favorite kind of sandwich, etc. Go on, we dare you — ask us ANYTHING!
Email (momstuff at discovery dot com), tweet (@MomStuffPodcast) or hit us up on Facebook (facebook.com/stuffmomnevertoldyou) and we’ll answer/advise/elucidate in a couple of upcoming *BONUS* podcast episodes….

A) Do eeet!
B) This photo just made me nostalgic for our old, cramped, perpetually overheated podcast studio, which subsequently made me feel like a bit of a tool.

stuffmomnevertoldyou:

Hey folks, this is the week to ASK US ANYTHING!

All this week, Cristen & Caroline soliciting any and all queries from listeners about ladies and gents, podcasting, Caroline’s favorite kind of sandwich, etc. Go on, we dare you — ask us ANYTHING!

Email (momstuff at discovery dot com), tweet (@MomStuffPodcast) or hit us up on Facebook (facebook.com/stuffmomnevertoldyou) and we’ll answer/advise/elucidate in a couple of upcoming *BONUS* podcast episodes….

A) Do eeet!

B) This photo just made me nostalgic for our old, cramped, perpetually overheated podcast studio, which subsequently made me feel like a bit of a tool.

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Happy Women’s History Month!

Who was Rosie the Riveter?

In 1942, when she was 17, Geraldine Hoff took a job as a metal presser at a factory near her home in Inkster, Mich., near Detroit, to aid the war effort, Mrs. Gregg said. One day, a United Press photographer came in to shoot images of working women.

The resulting poster, designed by the graphic artist J.Howard Miller, was used in a Westinghouse Company campaign to deter strikes and absenteeism. It was not widely seen until the early 1980s, when it was embraced by feminists.

I have a pretty awesome job, but sometimes I’m indescribably jealous of SMNTY’s.