Today we celebrate International Women’s Day. We recognize and honor the fight that started more than 200 years ago, in 1911, the fight for gender parity.
The gender parity hasn’t happened and won’t happen overnight, but thanks to our progress, fights and battles, we are making positive changes and gains day by day. We all need to keep it up and we all can play a purposeful part in pressing for gender parity, so do what you can to truly make a positive difference for women.
There are millions of women out there who fight for their dreams achieving their maximum potential, jumping out their comfort zone. I actually believe that a life lived without fear is a life of authenticity and fulfillment. Don’t be afraid of crowding out!
How to live your life with open heart and without fear
Your body is part of your expression
Be fearless in your body and don’t allow yourself to hate any part. Use your entirely body, it’s perfect and strong.
Don’t be ashamed of your passions
Have you ever feel we all end up looking exactly the same? like we don’t have our own personality? Don’t be embarrassed about your interests, thoughts and likings. Don’t try to just please others. Shine, you are worthwhile!
Trust in yourself
When in doubt about your own abilities, think you are right on time. Trust yourself and the universe, because everything around you is in divine timing.
Not every friend will stay in your life forever, it’s sad but that’s ok. Be open to make new friends and share yourself with new people. We are all strangers at the beginning.
Share your thoughts and emotions
Some probably will disagree with you and you with others, but don’t be afraid to show your unique voice.
You are beautiful
Don’t waste your precious life trying to convince yourself that you are beautiful and powerful, don’t compare with others and don’t feel you are unworthy. YOU ARE JUST WONDERFUL AS YOU ARE!!
It’s them, not you
Everyone has their own fights and conflicts. When someone says nasty things that make your feel insecure or less-than, it’s a manifestation of their own pain. You are just in their way and it doesn’t really have to do with you. Don’t accept their judgments as facts, just forgive them and know it’s not you!
The silent treatment
To ignore your fears is the best way to keep them from getting the best of you. Make a conscious effort to stop playing and feeding into that inner voice. Say to yourself ‘I am good for this and that, and I do deserve it!’