When women support women.

There are two types of women in this world.


The ones who fix another woman’s crown when it is crooked. She will smile and say “I’ve got you sister.” No expectations in return, just a genuine want to help another sister out.

Then there’s the type to tell the whole audience her crown is falling off, she’s tracing some toilet paper on her stiletto, and smile to her face saying she’s beautiful.

Which woman are you intentionally being today? Which woman are you striving to be?

I am so passionate and on fire for supporting other women this year in every venture they take. Being visual bare with me here…

We have our BIG goal (that’s the bell at the top of the giant R.E.I. rock wall that seems next to impossible to reach.) Slowly we put one foot on each baby goal and flex our persistence muscle and each rock step we become closer & closer to ringing that bell at the top. Do we fall off sometimes and hang by a harness terrified of what may be below or above? Well of course. Do we let fear stop us? Hell no! We persevere because we are Boss Babes and STRONG.


Fun Facts:

Women receive less than 3% of venture capital.

Fewer Women run Fortune 500 brands than men named John.

If everyone in the US spent $20 a month at a woman owned business we would drive nearly five billion dollars towards female led companies…MONTHLY….

Any one else just in awe of these stats? I couldn’t even believe it!!!! So how can we make a difference? How can we straighten a crown or two in 2020?

The company Join Dough has done exactly this. With every wallet you purchase you are supporting a woman owned small business to grow and thrive. Can it get any better or more simple?

Head on over, show some love, and let’s make it a goal this year in our tribe to not let one bad word come out about another woman. Just smile and get to crown fixing. You never know someones story unless you have walked in their shoes. Let’s have less judgement and more love and compassion. Less gossip and more paying it forward.


Cheers to 2020.

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