How do you define your genius? With the Defining Genius tee, of course!
This comfy shirt features our famous Genius Series quote, “Genius is the Ability to Make the Complicated Simple.” Stylish and versatile, wear it with your favorite pair of jeans or leggings for a genius look. So whether you’re hanging out at home or out and about running errands, this shirt is the perfect pick for an everyday outfit.
Now, you can have your own genius gear. This week, two people will win a Defining Genius T-shirt for themselves and a Genius tee for their little one.
To enter, tell us which genius featured in our Genius Series inspires you most.
Eligible entries must be posted no later than midnight Eastern time, Thursday, October 15. U.S. residents only. Void where prohibited by law. No purchase necessary to win. Winners will be drawn after the close of the contest and notified via email. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. We hereby release Facebook of any liability. All prizes must be claimed within 30 days of end of giveaway.
I believe every genius featured is inspiring in their own way, but for me, the person who has made the most impact on mr is Lewis Carroll. I remember my father reading Alice in Wonderland and through the looking glass at night to me when I was a child. The stories caught my attention in a way no others did. And it truly instilled a life long love for literacy.
I am most inspired by the Maathai diaper. A black female inspired diaper is at the top of my list in cloth diaper accomplishments, make no mistake.
But Wangari Maathai is someone my daughters can look up to. Someone they can look at- at her accomplishments- and her physical appearance- and say “I can do that too”. Anything that can reach my kids- anything that can reiterate to my children that they too have the ability to be great- is a YES in my book. Wangari changed the world. She not only thrived- she EXCELLED. She may have succumb to cancer- but it didn’t beat her.#BlackGirlMagic
I’m a big fan of Albert Einstein!
Louis inspires me most!
Steve Irwin inspires me the most. As a child, I loved watching with with complete admiration while he showed the world all the animals of Australia. I was pregnant with my first child when he unexpectedly passed. I cried like I had lost my best friend. Now seeing his daughter on Dancing with the Stars as a lovely young woman, I still cant help but think of all he has missed.
Audrey Hepburn is the most influential Genius to me! I love that she was all about helping children around the world and put that as a first priority.
I like the Chico Mendes story.
I was inspired by the life of Alicia Stott, mother and mathematician. She never went to university, but she didn’t let that stop her from studying and contributin to the world of mathematics.
Albert. He had some failings in his life (10th grade math, say) but went on to be one of the foremost thinkers of his (or any) time. Someone we can all point to (not at) and tell our kids… he kept going, you should too.
As a new first time mommy, Patch was my first love when I began researching cloth diapering. I knew we were having a girl and as I was sitting on my back patio looking through with my purple tablet a butterfly landed on my stomach. It all just seemed too perfect!!!
I find Lewis Carrol most inspiring. I love the imagination and beauty of Alice in Wonderland. And as someone who works in the mental health industry, I find the quote “We are all mad here” particularly inspiring.
Definitely Steve irwin. One of my favorite people!
I’m liking Jules!
Audrey Hepburn <3
I’m inspired by the Audrey.
Audrey Hepburn inspires me !
Even though I do not own the print (sad face) Wangari Maathai is the genius who inspires me the most. From her work in conservation to women’s rights, she let nothing stop her from achieving her goals. Even skin color could not keep her from winning her Nobel Peace prize!!