You Are Enough, #GirlLove Challenge.

Think like a queen. A queen is not afraid to fail. Failure is another steppingstone to greatness. - Oprah Winfrey

It's time to tackle the topic of girl-on-girl hate before we can tackle gender inequalities, we have to pull together and form a powerful movement. We created this problem, but it's time eradicate it. Many YouTubers believe in this cause and have come together to create The #GirlLove Challenge. This campaign was created by such an inspiring and accomplished woman, commonly known by her YouTube alias, IISuperwomanII

We need to band together as women and be a support system for one another, rather than tearing others dreams down. Try being encouraging, and give compliments; I promise you'll feel much happier, and you may even gain a new friend out of the experience. Turn jealousy into admiration, by creating a positive outcome from the emotions you're feeling. Usually, you feel envious of the person, rather than complaining about it, actively go out and follow your dreams, to achieve your real purpose. You weren't put on the earth to be mediocre dear. 

This should be common knowledge, but I think our generation has forgotten about it along the way. Know your worth ladies, stop calling yourselves and each other bitches, hoes, and sluts; you're queens, so act like it. When men hear you degrade yourself, they believe they can refer to you in such terms as well; just remember this: would you call your mother a bad bitch or a queen? I'm certain all of us would go with the latter, so if you wouldn't refer to your mother as a derogatory term, then why do it to yourself?

We're all in this together (anyone else think of Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens in High School Musical? No? Just me then, haha), we have the ability to create, inspire, encourage, and do so many wonderful things. Let us build kingdoms of success, a network of like-minded achievers, and celebrate all the dreams that we're about to achieve. 

Tag you're it! 
Tweet, Instagram, or blog someone who you admire, pay them a compliment and get them involved. I would like to compliment Lilly Singh for her amazing work ethic. In 2015 she has achieved so much, to name a few: a global tour, 7 million subscribers, met and even worked with her idols (Selena Gomez and The Rock), as well as moving to LA, and getting her own apartment - all within a year. If I could accomplish just half of that, I would be happy, she inspires me to work hard because anything can happen with hard work. 

Until next time, stay blessed and classy,

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