Posts filed under Working Woman

Exercising Your Inner-Strength

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Exercising your inner strength. I am happy to see black people, young people and women standing up for what they believe in and exercising their voices.

When you exercise your voices, you are exercising your inner strengths openly.

Same holds true for women who have been broken down through relationships, jobs and/or health-related issues. Being broken should not stop anyone, especially women, from moving forward. I believe things happen in order for people to see the world differently.

As human beings, we are so use to seeing a bad situation, as a bad situation instead of seeing it as part of a learning process. I'm not saying getting abused or sick has the golden answer to life behind it but when sh$t happens, reality sets in and things HAVE TO CHANGE. Yes, the process can be hard and sometimes unbearable but when a person decides to push through, other people are inspired to do the same.

WHEN YOU ARE "BROKE DOWN", I suggest...

  1. Write down what/who broke you down.

  2. Write down how it made you feel and just sit with it.

  3. Sit with it for an hour, half a day OR a week, but don't forget to write down WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO DO ABOUT IT. There is a solution! 

  4. Find the solution, a healthy solution that will benefit you mentally, physically and spiritually.

  5. Do the work and believe in the process. Even when you feel like crap, keep moving forward.

  6. GOOD OPTION. Don't fight your battles alone. Find good, positive and trust-worthy people to help you. YOU CAN DO IT!

A Day Without A Woman

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I am blessed to have everything I have, yet, there are so many women who need more. They need jobs, equality and affordable health insurance. They are not only working hard to take care of themselves but for those around them. Not many of us run a country but we do run our environment; we are needed. Women need to be heard so that we can create a better world for everyone. #ADayWithoutAWoman will call attention to economic injustices women face such as lower wages, gender discrimination, sexual harassment and job insecurities. The day is also intended to push for gender justice, recognizing that trans and gender non-conforming people face equally compelling issues of discrimination and marginalization.