This is the week to embrace the “what if” in your life, compliments of Mary Shelley. It was 1816, she was 18, and women were relegated to a life of domesticity. It wouldn’t be easy.
But Mary Shelley saw things differently as a free thinker who dared to write Frankenstein, the first science fiction novel.
Her mother, Mary Wollstonecraft, was the founder of feminism, and her father was a man of research helping her to see what WS writer Yara Zgheib calls, “the exploding possibilities of science and technology.”
What possibilities do you dare to dream in 2021? Click HERE to be inspired to take the first step. Share WomanScape with someone you know who needs to rekindle hope with powerful stories of diverse leaders and ideas that spark conversations and growth. visit.
Cheers to lighting a spark and dreaming the dreams of a world filled with endless possibilities. Tune into our WS podcast series, Sipping on Stories to enjoy some of our audio conversations too.
Have a great week!
Rose & Team WomanScape