Empowering Women Now

Smart Women Are Selective NOT Picky

  Smart women tend to know themselves very well and know exactly what they want. They are strong mentally and understand they can depend on themselves.  They become much more selective in: Selective in thoughts. They focus on the brighter side of the situation.

Strong Women Traits

Rather be Single Than be in a Relationship With Someone They Don’t Want – Strong Women don’t need to be in a relationship, and they especially won’t waste time being in a relationship for the sole reason not to be alone. Willing to Walk Away

3 Simple Steps To Have The Confidence To Change Your Life

Whether you’re lacking confidence in general, or simply need support in a particular area, the techniques taught in building confidence can improve your entire life. Confidence is such an important factor that it’s been proven to increase one’s yearly salary by thousands of dollars,

What It’s Like Being A Woman With A Disability

Life As A Woman With A Disability So, a bit about me, my name is Jessica and I am 22 years old. I recently graduated with honors in journalism from my local college. I run a mental health based blog, StayingStrong247.com, where I share

3 Healthy Habits for the BEST Girl-Boss Life

GIRL BOSS HABITS One of my goals in the new year is to be the best version of myself, both in my personal and business life. As a digital specialist, it’s super easy for me to get distracted and forget about my goals. However,

8 Pieces of Career Advice I Wish I Had At 25

When I was 25 years old, I thought I knew it all. I didn’t need career advice from an older version of myself. I was a smart hard working woman who was climbing my way up the corporate ladder. Hindsight is a wonderful thing.

How To Plan 2017 Like A Goal Digger

Ever wonder how some women are able to accomplish all of their goals? Each year they hit it out of the ballpark. They somehow manage to work full-time, have great relationships, a healthy lifestyle, and a side hustle? It’s incredibly inspiring but they’re not