I’m joining the Always #LikeAGirl movement after being introduced by a fellow blogger, EliHawkins.
Always did a social experiment on the perception of #LikeAGirl.
Before I viewed this video, I would see the “Like A Girl” slogan used for fighting breast cancer or running related shirts and headbands.
I never conceptualized doing anything “like a girl” as negative, uncoordinated, weak, or inferior. In fact, growing up as the only girl with 4 brothers, 3 being older gave me a lot of positive attributes.
In the Smoot household, “like a girl” was synonymous with “like Kelsie.” Like Kelsie means dutiful, diligent, and sassy.
Unfortunately, every young lady does not have a strong foundation to build their self confidence. My job is to restore a positive outlook and rebuild self-efficacy in every foster child and Smoodent I come in contact with.
Let’s all continue to empower our young women.
I summarize week 2 of RnRSTL training with this:
Marathon training #LikeAGirl