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  • Writer's pictureRima Agarwal

Every Day is A Women’s Day

I believe that Every Day is Women’s Day, having said that, International Women's Day holds a special place in my heart. It's a day where we celebrate the amazing accomplishments of women from all over the world and honor their contribution to society. As a mother, I believe that empowering women is the key to creating a better future for our children, also let’s not forget the importance of motherhood in shaping the next generation of women.


Women's rights have come a long way, but there is still so much work to be done. One of the most important things we can do as women is to support each other. We face so many challenges as mothers, as entrepreneurs, as leaders, and it's easy to feel like we're alone. But the truth is, we're all in this together. When we lift each other up and encourage each other, amazing things happen. And this uplifting begins at home, I want you to look around and spot a fellow woman in your own family/ society/ workplace and think of how you can support her and make the world a better place for her, and BOOM…. Just by doing that you became a part of the women empowerment revolution!!


Now while talking about how the change begins at home, let’s focus on us mums for a second. As mothers, we play a critical role in shaping the values and beliefs of our children. We teach them about empathy, kindness, and the importance of standing up for what’s right. We instill in them a sense of confidence and self-worth that will serve them well throughout their lives. But being a mother is not always easy. We face many challenges as we try to balance our own needs with the needs of our families. We often put our own dreams and ambitions on hold to focus on our children, honestly, being a mum doesn’t mean that we have to sacrifice our own identities.



In fact, I believe that being a mother can make us even stronger and more determined. It gives us a sense of purpose and a reason to fight for a better future for our children. This is why so many mothers have become powerful advocates for women’s rights and social justice causes.


This International Women’s Day, I want to celebrate all the mums out there who are working tirelessly to create a better world for their children. I want to recognize the sacrifices you make every day, and the impact you have on the lives of your children. I also want to celebrate the women in my life who have inspired me and supported me. My mother, who raised me to be strong and independent. My grandmother, who taught me the value of hard work and perseverance. My friends, who are always there to listen and offer a helping hand. And of course, my daughter, who reminds me every day why it's so important to fight for a better future for women.


I request every single woman to get involved in the fight for women's rights. Whether it's volunteering at a local women's shelter, supporting a women-owned business, or simply speaking up when you see something that isn't right, every little bit helps. We all have the power to make a difference. 

I also want to encourage all mothers to embrace their own identities and to never give up on their dreams. Being a mother doesn’t mean that you have to give up on your own ambitions. In fact, it’s important to show your children that you can be a loving and caring parent while also pursuing your own passions.


So this International Women’s Day, let’s celebrate the incredible contributions of women all over the world, and the critical role that mothers play in shaping the next generation of women. Let’s continue to work towards a future where all women are empowered to pursue their dreams and make a difference in the world.


Xx

Rima ❤️

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