IT’S not very often I’m brought to tears by a campaign. Or moved by a video. But as soon as I watched this short film, I sobbed. And I’m not one little bit ashamed to admit it.
TRUTHFULLY, hand on heart, do you? Or do you secretly envy other women or perhaps even despise them because they have something which you do not. Because you view their lives as being better than yours. Or because you view them as being better than you. Celebrating. Praising. Supporting. Loving. When it comes to other women, do you do these things? And if you do them a bit, or at
IF you’ve been paying attention over the past year or so… You may have noticed that I have a little thing going that I like to affectionally call #WisdomInHeels on this blog. It all started as a bit of a photo mission on Instagram, where I planned on posting inspirational words from women every day. I’ll hold my hands up right now and say I’ve failed on the daily bit.
“As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands, one for helping yourself, the other for helping others.”—
“Women are powerful and I see them stifle this ever. single. day. Stop looking to be saved and hiding your magic. Stop tossing aside your voice and valid emotions…
“Rise up and step back into your own intuitive and innate power.”—
AS a teenager I thought I knew it all. You could even say, I was quite the handful. I had plenty of runs in with my Mum over the years as I battled for independence and a yearning to grow up fast. I wanted to run before I could walk, which looking back now, must have been so painful for my Mum. (Sorry, Mum!) But guess what? I didn’t know
INSPIRATIONAL women come from all walks of life. And one thing I love to do on this blog, perhaps more than any other, is to share their wisdom and stories with you all. Why? Because women never get celebrated enough in my humble opinion and well, I’m doing my bit to try and change that. *winks* Today, I’m sharing a special interview with the wonderful Ashleigh Swan, a mum to
EVERYWHERE I turn, everywhere I look, I am surrounded by inspiring women. Extraordinary women.Women who have survived and thrived against the odds. Women who achieve the most incredible things. Women who continually strive to be their best. So many women in my life inspire me and make me want to be better, from my mum to my three sisters, to my mother in law to my best friends. All of