Happy Saturday my boss babes!
My super awesome, feminist sister showed me this adorable crop top, and I fell in love with it (plus it is only $14 on Amazon)! Something you may not know about me is that I am extremely passionate women’s rights and empowerment. While women’s rights are a huge topic and making progress towards true gender equality may seem daunting, every person can make an impact! You may think to yourself: “I’m not a politician, what can I do?” Well it is SIMPLE, support women!
Often, despite our best intentions, our first instinct is to not support other women. Instead, we compare ourselves with the women around us, rather than build each other up. Whether it is about appearances, relationships, careers, talents — these types of comparisons often bring about feelings of jealousy and create an unhealthy sense of competitiveness.
Here’s an example: I compete in bikini competitions where the other women are literally my competition. I could let this negatively impact my behavior towards them or myself. I could seclude myself backstage during a show and say “I’m not here to make friends, this a competition”. But instead, I choose to make friends with the women backstage and have been made many friends through competing.
I understand seeing other women as competition, especially in the fitness or blogging industry since it is so competitive. But before you are quick to judge, maybe think about reaching out and starting a conversation. If you do this, you will likely discover you have more in common than you think. And who knows it might lead to a beautiful friendship.
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Photography by Jordan Hibbs Photography
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7 thoughts on “When Women Support Women, Incredible Things Happen!”
Great article! Love the shirt!!
I love that u are promoting girls supporting each other!! We need more of it!
Love this! Women should always support each other otherwise who will advocate for us!
Nice post. It’s so true that often our first instinct is to compete, yet we also have the opportunity to make amazing connections with other women around the activities we do for passion and work. They clearly share our passions, so why not make them our partners, rather than enemies!
yes exactly! Thanks for reading :)!
Yes yes yes!! Love it!