So It's International Woman's Day...
... Tomorrow, so I thought I would jump on the bandwagon and choose the best females I have in my life.
The Anna Edit put such a good email into my inbox this week about all the ladies that inspire her for international woman’s day and I thought it would be a great idea to put some of mine into a blog post. I think this is a great day for appreciating the great woman in your life and just thank them for being there for you. Sometimes a thank you can get missed and maybe we don’t say it enough in our daily lives. So I am saying thank you today to these women that have supported me or influenced my life in a positive way.
So It’s International Woman’s Day…
I don’t know what I would do without my mum, she is also my best friend and I tell her everything. We can argue about small things, she calls me out on my stubbornness and I tell her when she’s being annoying, but ultimately she does want the best for me and I couldn’t ask for anyone better to look out for me. She is someone where we can both act weird and goofy around each other- to the point that if someone were to listen in they’d be thinking “what the hell are they talking about!”
She is the most supportive person no matter how many times I change my life choices. She has also been my number one supporter of this blog from the beginning so I would always know at least one person was watching. She also likes food as much as me, so we will never say no to cakes, and enjoying a day out where I can take pictures too is my favourite sort of day out.
Although I have never met her, (she passed away before I was born) I think that we would have got along really well from what I have learnt about her. She has her own special picture on the dining room bookshelf and so I hope she’s looking over us, proud at how far we have come. And she liked M&S food- top marks from me!
She listens to the crap I talk about so she deserves a medal. She has been with me for 10/11 years (can’t remember exactly). We met by playing tennis together and then we ended up getting drunk at her house, then she couldn’t escape me. She has supported me through good times and bad times which can be a rare occurrence in this day and age- so I am so glad that I have her in my life.
I think all teachers need a medal for what they do on a daily basis. They work so hard every day to create a nurturing and creative learning environment for children for 6 hours, 5 days a week. They were so helpful when I was going through my teaching course; I don’t think anyone gets how difficult the course is unless you are doing it yourself. I am so glad these girls were here to help each other out so that we could get through the course together.
All female bloggers work so hard to be where they are today and I have a couple that I really admire in the blogosphere. They continue to inspire me to make content for my blog and I have become more motivated to carry on blogging following these gals.
I think that Olivia is such a lovely human being; she is down to Earth and tells it like it is. I love her blog, vlog and podcast and she is definitely a role model with her fashion choices. Lydia is also a lovely down to Earth gal, she lives a life of luxury but she never boasts and I never feel that she thinks people are beneath her. Em Sheldon is a real family person when she is not travelling the world and she really cares for her brother and I really admire her for that. The family does come first! Forever Amber inspires me to make more personal posts. She has such a lovely writing style which has motivated me to try and find my own voice within the blogosphere (although I don’t think that has happened yet). I could write about a lot more but we will be here all day!