Letter to my sisterhood

Women empowerment

Life has been a blessing for me; I have an amazing 2-year-old daughter, supportive family and friends; launched my blog this year and get to work with good people in my team.
It was all not an easy journey where opportunities presented itself on a silver platter and I had to meet some frogs before I met my prince. I have learned some invaluable life lessons along the path of adulthood that I thought might help my fellow sisters with achieving  GIRLPOWER:
-Don’t let your biological clock decide when you need to get married. Follow your     instincts.

-Kids are not for everyone, if you don’t want any, don’t feel pressured into it.

-If you have a kid, its ok to be selfish and want some alone time, hell…its ok to be a little selfish in general.
-Do not get married because you feel like everyone else is doing it and you are getting older…NEVER EVER SETTLE!!!
-NEVER allow a person to abuse you, physically or emotionally. The biggest gifts my parents could have given me was sending me for martial arts classes for 11 years…I can confidentially say that it has helped me identify a dangerous situation and equipped me to have a chance to defend myself if I ever have to. Every female should have some form of self-defence training.
-Be confident and tell your partner what you want out of the relationship. Stand by your believes and values.
-Spirituality is important, it helped me find myself. Understand yourself and your needs.
– Become independent and self-sufficient.
-Don’t be with a partner that does not support your dreams, does not push you to be better or sits on their ass dishing out commands.

-Respect your body. Treat it like a temple..took me a long time to realise I was abusing my body with processed foods and sugar but I am in a better space.Reduce the junk food and increase clean eating.
-Wear sunscreen and moisturize….DAILY!
-Do something new or travel somewhere new every year.
-Remove toxic people from your life…they suck the life out of you.
-Save money.
-Be kind and live wisely.
P.S. Be glamorous!!!

Lots of Love


5 thoughts on “Letter to my sisterhood

  1. Thank you for sharing your thoughts & advices with us . Your blogs are encouraging and has definately boosted my self esteem & confidence. Your blogs are a reminder that our life is worth it ! Keep it coming ...

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