March is one of my favorite months, because it is a moment when we can boldly shine as women. March is Women’s History Month, and a great time to revisit all of the wonderful and amazing contributions women have made to our world.
What better way to honor it than by celebrating the woman you are?
Check out my ideas on how you can celebrate Women’s History Month:
This is the perfect time to share your favorite quotes from women who have made their mark on the world. Share these quotes boldly on your social media feeds and in your email signature for your work or business.
If you have a daughter, share these quotes with her, too. You can even take a favorite quote and make a printable for it to frame.
Be a mentor
Mentoring young women in your profession can help you pay it forward, while sharing your Girl Power. Offer to take a mentee to lunch or as a plus one to a meeting or conference and share your expertise with her as much as you can.
Advocate for causes that benefit women
Put your money and your time (where your mouth is) into organizations that advocate for women’s issues that you feel strongly about. Volunteer, spread the word, get involved, and pour into causes that can help other women grow and succeed.
Perhaps, the most important thing that you can do for Women’s History Month is to speak up for yourself and for other women. Speak up for equal pay, discrimination, poor treatment—-whatever you can. To be quiet is to be complicit. Don’t be a part of the problem, be a part of the solution.
I also created a Women’s History Month Desktop Calendar free download.
Download it, share it with your sisterhood, and enjoy this month, which was created to honor and celebrate the contributions woman have made to our world.
If you are looking for more Women’s History Month inspiration, here’s some content you may want to read:
Help make your day at the office go by faster with these six audiobooks by black women that are work approved and good for the soul.
As a former HR manager, I am sharing my ideas on how to celebrate Women’s History Month at Work in order to get employees involved.
March is Women’s History Month, so what better time than to discuss why women make powerful leaders at work?
March is Women’s History Month. What better way to honor it than by celebrating the woman you are?
Here’s to a fabulous and incredibly fierce Women’s History Month!