10 Ways To Celebrate Women's History Month
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10 Ways To Celebrate Women's History Month

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10 Ways To Celebrate Women's History Month
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March is Women's History Month, which is a perfect excuse for all of us to celebrate the amazing women who have come before us. From reading the stories of significant women to spending time with the important ladies in your life, now is a great time to begin celebrating women in the month of March and beyond.

1. Go to a Women's Museum

You can take a trip to the National Women's History Museum in Virginia or visit their online exhibits, or go to Seneca Falls, New York and visit the National Women's Hall of Fame.

2. Spend Time With Important Women in Your Life

Taking your mother, grandmother, or aunts out to lunch and asking them questions, sharing memories, or just spending time with them is a great way to celebrate Women's History Month.

3. See a movie like Hidden Figures

Hidden Figures is a film aiming to share the untold stories of significant historical women, and it stars inspiring and strong women such as Octavia Spencer, Taraji P. Henson, and Janelle Monae. Movies like this are an excellent celebration of women's history.

4. Read Biographies and Autobiographies of Important Women

Reading books written by or about inspiring or important women is a really good way to celebrate women's history. From the Diary of Anne Frank to an autobiography written by Tina Fey, any of these books are great reads for Women's History Month.

5. Donate to a Women's Charity or Organization

Donating time or money to an organization for women's health, women's education, or women's social issues will help women around the globe and maybe make you feel good about yourself, too.

6. Learn about Women's Issues

A great thing to do is learning about issues concerning women around the globe and how you can help, as well as how you can support and encourage the women around you.

7. Have a Girls' Night Out

There's no better way to celebrate women than having a fun night out--or in--with your favorite gal pals.

8. Watch the NCAA Women's Tournament

It's March Madness time, and a great way to celebrate women is to turn on the women's tournament and support your favorite college.

9. Treat Yourself

Take yourself out for a spa day, buy yourself a new outfit, or get your hair done. You deserve some celebration, too!

10. Use Female-Invented Products

If you use a dishwasher, a windshield wiper, or a coffee filter during the month of March, you're doing a great job celebrating. Here's a more cohesive list of women-invented products.

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