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Alice Waters circa 1967 - We might still be eating canned peas and Campbell's soup hotdishes if not for her...

Alice Waters circa 1967 - We might still be eating canned peas and Campbell's soup hotdishes if not for her.

Natalie Goldberg

Natalie Goldberg - 'Trust in what you love, continue to do it, and it will take you where you need to go.

Chef Alice Waters.

Chef Alice Waters.

Former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark heads the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), making her the third-highest ranking person at the UN. She is pictured here at a March 2012 press conference in Haiti where UNDP has contributed to much of the rebuilding efforts. www.undp.org  PHOTO: Andres Martinez Casares/UNDP

Former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark, head the United Nations Development Programme and the third highest ranking official at the United Nations, pictured at a press conference in Haiti, March Andres Martinez Casares.

Chef Alice Waters. Photo-Gerhard Kassner/ Berlinale.

Chef Alice Waters. Photo-Gerhard Kassner/ Berlinale.

Chef Alice Waters with daughter Fanny

Chef Alice Waters with daughter Fanny

Alice Waters' 15 Essential Tools on Food52

Alice Waters's 15 Essential Tools

Alice Waters' Colorful Carrots with Butter and Honey on Food 52

Even at his age now, he's a hottie!

Mark Harmond does a lot for Native Americans in Oaklahoma (Another reason to LOVE him!

Chef Alice Waters and her daughter Fanny

The kind of old lady I want to be.

Irene B. Rosenfeld

The 100 Most Powerful Women: Irene B.

Alice Waters reclines with lemons.

Seasonal, organic recipes from Californian chef Alice Waters

Alice Waters reclines with lemons.

1988 - 1998
NEWSWOMAN AND SINGLE MOM Publicly chided by Vice President Dan Quayle for having a baby on her own, the television journalist played by Candice Bergen was cheered by millions of women as funny, feisty, flawed, and ferociously relatable.  - GoodHousekeeping.com

120 Women Who Changed Our World

1988 - AND SINGLE MOM Publicly chided by Vice President Dan Quayle for having a baby on her own, the television journalist played by Candice Bergen was cheered by millions of women as funny, feisty, flawed, and ferociously relatable.

Chef Alice Waters

Alice Waters "I believe that every child in this world needs to have a relationship with the land.to know how to nourish themselves.

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New ‘Baby Birdman’ alert: Here’s another kid decorated like Chris ‘Birdman’ Andersen

Short hairstyles are preferred.

Sallie Krawcheck- Inspirational power player in finance.

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