It can be easy for us to doubt ourselves, but as women, this doubt seems to be on overload with the amount of pressure we have to act, feel, behave, and look a certain way. Yes, men feel pressure as well, but the pressure we feel is just different, not worse.
I love the infinite shades of a woman’s skin.
There are so many different pigments and highlights; all are beautiful. From pink pale to blue-black, every shade should be uplifted for its uniqueness, not broken and shamed.
As a Black woman, I cannot ignore the Memes and cyber bullying against women who are dark-skin.
In the past, I have spent so much time disliking my weight and parts of my body. I still have my moments, where I think this way. I think we all do sometimes.
Even with this struggle, it is important to always grow, learn, and try to be better every day.
This is the 3rd type of award that I have received in my blogging career!!! I am so thankful to Scottish Muslimah who nominated me for The Blog-aholic Award! I am so grateful to her for her recognition of my purpose in creating my blog, for her kind words, advice, and continuous support. Please check out her blog where she discusses an array of knowledge and truth.
As a parent, I know what it is like to have someone judge, criticize, or comment on your parenting style. It’s irritating.
What really grinds my gears, is when someone that does not have children try to provide their insight or advice on parenting…
Although, I feel that no one has the right to judge someone’s parenting, unless they are physically, mentally, or emotionally harming child, there are those things that truly upset me that some parents do!
Attention Parents, there are 5 things we need to stop doing:
You are the mold…scars and all.
You are the mold…flaws and all.
You are beautiful because you exist!
You are perfection because you continue to live!
So, I got off track, but there is always a good quote up my sleeve! I would like to thank Jess Wade, who inspired me to participate in this challenge. Please check out her blog Daring to Jess, to learn through her experiences!
When I was thinking about the final quote that I wanted to share, I considered so many different strong women with voices… Alicia Keys, Malala Yousafzai, Erykah Badu, Angela Davis, Lauryn Hill, Rosa Parks…