Tuesday's word:Ideas are awesome but putting them into effect is the real challenge. Be prepared, stay focused. The path to being an independent female leader is tough, but their is space at the top for us all. #girlpower
Business women are changing. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
The way we make is changing!
For the first half of this year, I spent ages trying to work out my money and worry about it I was gonna be able to survive the week
I’m now the boss of my own business ♀️ and I can do it all from my phone
I’m on a mission this month to share my journey with so many more amazing girls cause after all, WOMEN DESERVE IT! So if you want more get out there and get it
If you wanna hear my story from struggling to working part time and earning extra send me a ♀️ And I’ll message you straight away
Without dadi dadu who were my pillar, while you were busy in your work. I broke up with my boyfriend and that was the first time i cried infront of you.
It has never been the same. The way i close to you when i was 5 i could never be at the age of 17. 12 years without you had made me accustomed to living without you. But now as you sit infront of me with silver streaks highlighting your hair, the wrinkles above your eyes, i know that deep down, the five year old kid still wants to be near you and hug you the way i did when you came home every month just to visit me. But with each second of tike that has slipped out of our hands, i guess we both have grown up.
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Woman:What a lovely strong creature created by God.
Not physically but mentally.
Hurting her makes her more stronger.
Do not go back to those times when baby girls were buried alive.
Respect a woman like she is to be respected .
Hurting her means you are just making her come out more stronger .
Speak up girls.speak up .its about time
You dont need to endure tortures
HE who created you will take care of you
So break away
************** #pakistan#pakistani#society#womanrights#womansupport#woman#stopthetorture #girlpower#love#violence#torture
Our #WCW is Winnie Byanyima
Winnie Byanyima is the Executive Director of Oxfam International. She is a leader on women’s rights, democratic governance and peace building. She served eleven years in the Ugandan Parliament, and has served at the African Union Commission and as Director of Gender and Development at the United Nations Development Program. She co-founded the 60-member Global Gender and Climate Alliance and chaired a UN task force on gender aspects of the Millennium Development Goals, and on climate change.