Let’s Hear it for International Women’s Day!

I don’t normally blog on Thursday, but today is International Women’s Day and since my friend and WANA sista Patricia Sands had an amazing post about it, I just had to share. Patricia is a total Rock Star. Not only is she always fighting for great causes, but she’s the type of woman that DOES things and not just talks about doing it. She encouraged us to show incredible women blog love this week and here’s my heart on the page.

Happy International Women’s Day! I hope you enjoy Patricia’s post and will get out there to make something happen in your neck of the universe.
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Patricia Sands' Blog

Let’s hear it for the ladies! International Women’s Day (8th of March) is a global day celebrating the economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and future. For more information go to http://www.internationalwomensday.com.

Events are planned around the globe with the U.K. leading the way, followed by the U.S.A., Canada, Belize (!), and Australia and many others listed on the website.

We’re going to get a headstart here this week by turning the spotlight on a few extraordinarily ordinary women who had an idea, took on a challenge, and made good things happen. I just know you all know many other women who have done the same and I encourage you to show them some blog love this week … or any week for that matter! SHOUT IT OUT, LADIES!

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20 thoughts on “Let’s Hear it for International Women’s Day!

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    • You’re welcome, Patricia! Thanks for being such a wonderful inspiration and getting us all to think about how we can affect change in the world. Even if it’s in a small way it’s still something.

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