In addition to offering digital marketing insights, the Juniperus blog is a platform for inclusive womxn voices to be heard and shared.
Impossible beauty standards are literally everywhere we look. From the sides of buildings, in TV commercials, and now every time you open Instagram. Although we may not pick up on the unrealistic images of tiny legs, small arms and minuscule waists, they become ingrained in our minds as the shining example of beauty.
I would tell my younger self not to worry so much and to keep dreaming. One, you will worry enough as an adult and you should enjoy just having fun. And two, the dreaming will help you to become an artist. Trust yourself! Trust your instincts!
Looking for somewhere to spend money that your conscious won’t question? We review five community-based small businesses that are great at giving back.
Gianna Keiko shot our most recent photoshoot at No18 in Buckhead. As a fellow woman-run business, we knew we wanted to spotlight Gianna’s work and learn more about her photography business.
As a creative collective that taps the voices, viewpoints, and creativity of many, Juniperus has tasked superstar designer and creator Ashley Pearsall with our new look.
You may have noticed something different about your 2020 ballot. It likely contained more women candidates than ever before👩🏾💼👩🏻💼👩🏼💼! Women should be in all rooms where legislative decisions are made, yet it takes women up to seven times longer than men to...
In the midst of a lot of uncertainty, we want to share a few ways to be an effective activist and ally.
Phone usage continues to increase during COVID-19, but it this upward trend affecting for your mental and physical health? Find out here.
A massive number of professionals have transitioned to working from home as a result of the devastating COVID-19 pandemic. But The founders of Juniperus believe that this change of scenery will have its advantages.
Alaina started her blog to share her experience with OCD and anxiety. Soon after, she tragically lost her husband, Taylor, and her blog became a place where she writes to cope with loss and grief.