Love your body! Love every curve, slant, dip, dimple, and scar. Love your body to focus on your self-love. Love your body enough to feed it clean food and drink water. Love your body enough to be active. Love your body enough to meditate and do yoga.
“Your personal jealousy does not eliminate the other persons insecurities!” -Pinkspen 💋
“a girl doesn’t need anyone who doesn’t need her.” -Marilyn Monroe
“Is it strange for me to say that
If I were to die today
There’s not a thing I would change
I’ve lived well
Maybe I have made mistakes and been through my fair share of pain
But all in all, it’s been okay, I’ve lived well
Q. “Why do you think so many women who want to be married aren’t?” -Belinda Luscombe
A. “Women’s standards and requirements have lowered. And as men, we know that. We have taken advantage of it. We’ve created terms that we feed to women that allow us to exist as we do. We created the term ‘nagging.’
“Where after all, do universal human rights begin? In small places, close to home – so close and so small they cannot be seen on any map of the world. Test they are the world of the individual person; the neighborhood he lives in, the school or college he attends; the factory, farm, or office where he works.
We all have desires; things we want to accomplish, our goals and dreams. In some cases, we desire someone; a person to fill the void, complete us, and to spend the rest of our lives with.
Success in all areas of life is our desire! Here are so inspiring, uplifting, and motivational quotes on desire, that I hope will empower you!
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…
Being a woman is not easy. I was asked on New Years Eve, why the focus of my blog was on women being the best versions of themselves and why were men not included? The exclusion was not on purpose, necessarily, but it is, without a doubt, that women need more of a focus because, this is in fact a [heterosexual] mans world.
I love words because they allow me to express myself, when often times, I find myself to be speechless, as a speaker. As a writer, I can describe every ounce of me and that is why I love quotes. Quotations provide a short, detailed, descriptive, and insightful look into the mind of a speaker.
I was not necessarily nominated for this challenge, but I was inspired to participate! I visited a page of Jess Wade, who inspired me through her writing and as a mature blogger. I am new to this community of writers, poets, artists, photographers, etc. but, I have been writing since my first pencil hit a blank page.
I appreciate Jess for checking out my site, reading some of my posts, and encouraging me to participate in this challenge. Please check out her page…she is an inspiration!
This first quote is something that I aim to live by everyday.
As women in this mans world, this can cause many inferior feelings about our worth.
We are taught in the media, and even in our homes, that we are not as important as men, which causes, low self-esteem; a lack of self-love, self-respect, value, and overall inequality for us in society.
I hope this quote inspires someone to see themselves as more than what popular culture and social media tells them they should be!
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The individuals that I am nominating are all blogs that have inspired me in some way! Not sure, if they will participate, but I would love to see what they come up with because they are so creative, talented, and intellectual!
- 3 quotes over 3 days
- Thank the person who nominated you
- 3 nominees each day to complete the challenge
- Inform the nominees of their nomination
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