How to Celebrate Women's History Month in Style

With Women’s History Month in full swing, I begin to wonder how we can celebrate the women in our lives. We women are capable of a lot of things; we even fought for years for our own equality. However, there is still a long way to go before we can officially say that women stand on equal footing with our male counterparts. So, how can we celebrate the accomplishments of our women and let them know that we appreciate everything that they do for us? If you are looking for anything fun and interactive to do, here are a few ideas for you to try out.

  1. 1. Celebrate Women on Social Media

    One of the easiest ways to celebrate Women’s History Month is to celebrate women with your social media presence. You can highlight special moments and accomplishments of women on your Instagram and Facebook stories. You could even give a shoutout to a special influence or celebrity who stand for a lot of feminist values.

  2. 2. Buy a Coffee for a Woman who Inspires You

    This idea is a pretty simple little thing to show your appreciation for them. A quick little coffee run to your local coffee shop can help provide a little boost for the woman in your life to get through her day strong and in charge. Not only is this a sweet gesture, but you can also use this as a time to get to know them and find new ways to strengthen your relationship with them.

  3. 3. Get Involved in Organizations that Support Women

    Are you looking for a way to help girls and women on a more global level? Women’s History Month is a great excuse to get started on that. Many of these organizations listed below allow women and girls to pursue their dreams, and even gives them a little boost in their life.

    Girls Who Code


    The Malala Fund

    The Sylvia Rivera Law Project

    Invisible Girl Project

    Girls Not Brides USA

    Global Fund for Women

    Girls Write Now

  4. 4. Star a Book Club

    If you are looking for something that you can do year round, consider starting a book club that could place an emphasis on female authors. Here are a list of books that you could use to get started:

    Lean Out by Dawn Foster

    We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

    Care Work: Dreaming Disability Justice by Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha

    Men Explain Things to Me by Rebecca Solnit

    Feminism Is For Everybody by bell hooks

    Transgender History: The Roots of Today’s Revolution by Susan Stryker

    Difficult Women by Roxanne Gay

No matter what, always try and make each day feel like it is Women's History Month.