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Hiding in the Bathroom Election Special with Joe Trippi and Margie Omero

Morra Aarons-Mele

Are you suffering from Election Stress Disorder? (Hint: if you refresh more than once a day, you do!)

We are excited to share with you our "Election Special" Hiding in the Bathroom podcast with expert campaign strategist Joe Trippi, and pollster-goddess Margie Omero, which came out today. We discuss polling, the role of the internet in political discourse, and attempt to answer the question "How do we stay engaged in this election without losing our minds?" We felt such a sense of relief after hearing their wise words, and hope this episode provides that same comfort to our listeners.

Please click here to download on iTunes. We promise you it's worth a listen!

AMAZE launch: Helping Us Approach Sex-Ed

Morra Aarons-Mele

Last week we had a fabulous time celebrating the launch of AMAZE, a fun and honest video playlist that helps teens and tweens make sense of sex, relationships and growing up. Parents can trust AMAZE, knowing it's a nonprofit, non-political collaboration between Advocates for Youth, Answer and Youth Tech Health -- recognized leaders in sex education. 

These age-appropriate videos will grab your kids’ attention while providing factual information about the reproductive system, healthy relationships, sexuality and other topics where they likely have loads of questions. Their site – – contains additional resources and tools for youth, parents and educators to foster discussions and to provide more in-depth information.

Check out this great piece they were featured in in The New York Times! We are so excited to be working with AMAZE to help parents and educators open up these conversations. 

Hiding in the Bathroom: Social Anxiety

Morra Aarons-Mele

This week's episode of Hiding in the Bathroom is live! Have you ever done it? Gone to a work event or cocktail party, make sure the host or your boss sees you’re there, put in your time...and then run for the exit? Today, we discuss social anxiety and perfecting your pitch with Silicon Valley executive Arvind Rajan, co-founder and CEO of Cricket Health, a health-care startup in San Francisco.

Therapy Should be Part of Your Toolkit

Morra Aarons-Mele

This weeks episode of Hiding in the Bathroom is live! A frank and funny talk with therapist, entrepreneur and Y Combinator veteran Bea Arthur. Bea and Morra talk about the dangers of "playing entrepreneur," how not to get hosed by your technical team, and how to create a mental health toolkit for the entrepreneurial ride. Called “innovative and inspiring” by the American Counseling Association, licensed therapist and entrepreneur Bea Arthur is a leader in the field of mental health and telemedicine. With the goal of transforming traditional therapy into a more affordable and approachable experience, she created In Your Corner, a platform that provided counseling services through video and journals.

Imposter Syndrome with Sarah Penna

Morra Aarons-Mele

This week we're tackling impostor syndrome with Sarah Penna, Head of Awestruck, a new network and lifestyle brand from AwesomenessTV. Imposter syndrome may seem simple, but it's about a lot more than feeling like a fraud. Do you find yourself feeling like you know your stuff, but you're always looking over your shoulder? Do you worry others are about to catch up to you? Achieving your dreams doesn't always loosen the pressure valve or stave off FOMO. Few people know this better than Sarah, who built and sold her first business all before she turned 30.

Listen to Sarah's Interview here!

Happy #Blogust 2016!

Morra Aarons-Mele

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Throughout the month of August, bloggers and other influencers post to their social channels and for every comment, like or retweet they get, a vaccine is donated to a kid in need around the world. In just five years, Shot@Life has donated 30 million vaccines to kids in third world countries.

"The Blogust 2016 digital relay participants will be sharing the story behind #TBT baby photos or videos of themselves, their kid(s) or a side-by-side comparison at important milestones – from first steps or first smile to fifth birthday. Every parent everywhere should be able to experience these milestones, which is why every like, comment and social media share their posts receive (up to 30,000 throughout the month of August 2016) will trigger a donation by MAM to help provide a vaccine for a child in need around the world."

Learn more about the influencers and voices for this years #Blogust 2016 here


Living Unlimited at MDA Summer Camp

Morra Aarons-Mele

For the past four months, Women Online has been honored to work with the Muscular Dystrophy Association on their #LiveUnlimited campaign. This campaign is all about transforming perceived limits into unlimited possibilities to live life to the fullest.


A couple of weeks ago, our Creative Director Christine Koh brought two teams of amazing online influencers to MDA Summer Camps outside of Chicago and Atlanta. MDA Summer Camp provides thousands of kids with muscular dystrophy and related muscle-debilitating diseases “the best week of the year.” MDA hosts nearly 75 weeklong summer camps across the country — offered at no charge to families. Kids have the opportunity to enjoy the camaraderie and adventures that every kid wants to enjoy at camp.


During the immersive visits, influencers spent the day paired with cabins -- shadowing camp activities, eating meals together, and getting to know the stories of campers, counselors, and staff members. Read these amazing recaps from:


Amazing right? Here are some ways you can help support MDA and Summer Camp:


  1. Create a #LiveUnlimited image at For each image shared through July 31, a generous sponsor is donating $5 to MDA, up to $30,000, to support research, programs and services like MDA Summer Camp.

  2. Support MDA families and programs like Summer Camp by buying a Live Unlimited bracelet from Endorphin Warrior -- $6 from the sale of each bracelet goes directly to MDA.

  3. Support MDA Summer Camp by making a donation at MDA makes Summer Camp free to families, and the cost for each camper ($2,000 per camper) is raised through donations and corporate sponsorships.

  4. Volunteer your time. Help with office jobs, at a special event, via community outreach, or at Summer Camp.


Hiding in the Bathroom Episode 6 with Ann Friedman

Morra Aarons-Mele

The latest installment of Hiding in the Bathroom, Morra's Forbes podcast is now available!

Today is all about freelancing, and who better to share her advice than the inimitable Ann Friedman. If you’re thinking about making the jump to full-time freelancing or just wondering where to get started in turning your writing or creative passion into a career, listen in to learn more about building a financial foundation, the importance of sourcing recurring revenue, and once you’re there, how to stay focused on the goal and effectively manage yourself.

Share how you #LiveUnlimited to help unlock $30,000 for MDA!

Morra Aarons-Mele

We’re so honored to be working with the Muscular Dystrophy Association on their #LiveUnlimited campaign. Inspired by the strength and courage of MDA families who do remarkable things every day despite the physical and societal limits these diseases often create, #LiveUnlimited challenges Americans to transform perceived limits into unlimited possibilities to live life to the fullest. We want to spread the word about MDA and its amazing families, and inspire everyone to view every day as an opportunity to overcome challenges, doubts, and obstacles.


  1. Create and share a #LiveUnlimited moment to help unlock $30,000 for MDA! From June 20 to July 31, a generous partner will give $1 to the Muscular Dystrophy Association for every #LiveUnlimited moment shared.

  2. Tune in to the digital takeover happening today. To celebrate the campaign launch, 18 artists (including X Ambassadors, American Authors, and James Dupre!) will share live performances. See the complete lineup here.

  3. Share stories. Check out videos and stories at the website.

  4. Buy #LiveUnlimited gear. $7 of each t-shirt sale and $6 of each bracelet sale will benefit MDA!

Thanks so much in advance!


White House Women's Summit

Morra Aarons-Mele

Next week on June 14th our Founder, Morra, is thrilled to be attending the first United States of Women Summit, convened by the White House Council on Women and Girls, along with the Department of State, Department of Labor, the Aspen Institute and Civic Nation. This summit serves as "a large-scale effort to rally together advocates of gender equality to highlight what we've achieved, identify the challenges that remain, and chart the course for addressing them." 

To join the summit via livestream, go to

This Week's Episode of Hiding in the Bathroom

Morra Aarons-Mele

Today's installment of Hiding in the Bathroom, a Forbes podcast hosted by our founder, Morra Aarons-Mele is live!

Today, we're talking with Jane Mosbacher Morris of TO THE MARKET about saying goodbye to FOMO, acknowledging and then moving past the useless and fake glamour our culture puts on being an entrepreneur, and letting go of the pressure to be amazing all the time. We also talk about the wonderful global perspective running a purpose driven company can give you.

A Big Win for Our Work on #HeNamedMeMalala

Morra Aarons-Mele

  • We have been thrilled to collaborate with Malala Fund, Fox Searchlight, NatGeo and Participant Media to bring Malala Yousafzai's incredible story and her mission to ensure all girls get at least 12 years of schooling to American audiences. And at the recent Iris Awards (dubbed the Oscars of digital parenting media!) our campaign on behalf of the film He Named Me Malalain partnership with The Motherhood and Wake Up World Communications won the Iris Award for Best Sponsored Content.
Photo Credit: Iris Awards

Photo Credit: Iris Awards