The 2020 Girl-Powered Planner features 365 days of girls and young women under 25 who changed American history & culture! Plus, a free bonus download!
This standard sized planner introduces dozens of girls and women who changed the face of: literature, sports, poetry, music, politics, technology, every aspect of culture you can imagine. Each day includes a young woman or event that changed American history or an idea for a fun and empowering activity.
There are 80+ new girls and women to meet and a free download with pages featuring movie and book lists, mantras, and activities that will leave you in awe of the power of women and girls.
The 118 page planner is spiral bound with a cardboard cover, 5" x 7"; perfect for putting in your backpack or purse.
Looking to the past, it is a challenge to find teen girls who shaped our nation- although they existed. The men who wrote history (and it was mostly white men) did not always leave room to discuss the accomplishments of women and teen girls. The more historians investigate archives and things like diaries and letters, the more we learn about women and teens who changed the nation. Surely, many amazing young women (and men)’s accomplishments are lost to history. Or, they are at least very well hidden.
Some of these young women may even be your ancestors.Sharow D'Agostino, of Say It Forward, said:
Sterling Murray, a student at VCU said:
"It's a super cute and useful planner...I love how on the different days it has different positive activities to do or gives some history about what the day/month means."
Jacqui, from WomanofManyRoles.com wrote:
"It is my favorite gift I will be giving so far! I think my favorite part is the checking out these inspirational stories especially on a day that I am having a tough time. They bring me right back down to earth...Please consider this as a must on your shopping list!"
Here's a review from last year:
"MissHeard's 2019 Planner is beyond awesome! Everything from the size and layout make it ideal. You've curated a terrific mix of the light-hearted (World Emoji Day) to courageous acts of Barbara Rose Johns and dozens of other. Also love the "Meet Your Representative" month along with telephone script. The additional activists, movies, books, etc. in the back keep the girl power engine running."
-Wendy Schaetzel Lesko, founder, Youth Activism Project