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  • Hey everyone!

    This week we’re talking about empowerment! Below I’ve listed five empowering women I think you should know about.

    Malala Yousafzai:
    Not only is she the youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner, but she is also an incredible feminist symbol for young girls everywhere. She turned a traumatizing moment in her life into an event that would change history.

    Rose McGowan:
    This actress is continuously at the forefront of the feminist movement and constantly shuts down sexist remarks. Her success in the film industry has given her the perfect stage to discuss the issues that are continuing to repress women

    Gloria Steinem:
    Steinem is 83 years old and she’s still advocating for women’s rights. Being a leader of the feminist movement in America during the 1960s, she’s been working to advance women’s rights since.

    Maya Angelou:
    She was a civil rights activist and feminist that women and girls will be able to look up to for many more decades to come.

    Ellen DeGeneres:
    Ellen has empowered millions of people around the world through her career and philanthropic duties.

    Obviously, there are many more empowering women we should know about! Comment below empowering women you feel we should know about using #Empowerment or #WomenYouShouldKnow
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  •   Tracy Kim reacted to this post about 2 hours ago
    Have you ever been intimidated to go to the gym? Don't let the fitness pros and the heavy machinery stir you away from becoming your best self. The gym was made for everyone, so here are a few tips to overcome 'Gym Anxiety.'

    1. Remember everyone is there for themesleves and should go at their own pace.
    2. Write down a plan or save workouts on your phone to try when you get to the gym.
    3. Bring a friend, you will feel less intimadted and more excited to try a new excercise.
    4. Wear workout lcothes that make you feel confident and comfortbale.
    5. Use music to distance yourself mentally from those surronding you.

    Comment and tag a friend below with anymore tips for overcoming 'Gym Anxiety' with #Perserverance
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  •   Brooke Kushwaha reacted to this post about 2 days ago
    Have you ever been intimidated to go to the gym? Don't let the fitness pros and the heavy machinery stir you away from becoming your best self. The gym was made for everyone, so here are a few tips to overcome 'Gym Anxiety.'

    1. Remember everyone is there for themesleves and should go at their own pace.
    2. Write down a plan or save workouts on your phone to try when you get to the gym.
    3. Bring a friend, you will feel less intimadted and more excited to try a new excercise.
    4. Wear workout lcothes that make you feel confident and comfortbale.
    5. Use music to distance yourself mentally from those surronding you.

    Comment and tag a friend below with anymore tips for overcoming 'Gym Anxiety' with #Perserverance
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  • Have you ever been intimidated to go to the gym? Don't let the fitness pros and the heavy machinery stir you away from becoming your best self. The gym was made for everyone, so here are a few tips to overcome 'Gym Anxiety.'

    1. Remember everyone is there for themesleves and should go at their own pace.
    2. Write down a plan or save workouts on your phone to try when you get to the gym.
    3. Bring a friend, you will feel less intimadted and more excited to try a new excercise.
    4. Wear workout lcothes that make you feel confident and comfortbale.
    5. Use music to distance yourself mentally from those surronding you.

    Comment and tag a friend below with anymore tips for overcoming 'Gym Anxiety' with #Perserverance
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  • Hey everyone!

    Sometimes the idea of finding your purpose can feel daunting, it's easy to become overwhelmed with such an important term. One way to help combat this feeling is through a technique called mind mapping.

    How to mind map:
    Start off with writing the word purpose in the middle.
    Write down the next word that comes to mind when you think of purpose.
    Keep building upon what you have written down.
    No pressure to write what down what you think you should write. Just jot down what comes to mind!
    From there a bSmart woman will know ‘why’ as well as ‘what’ she is creating for herself and for others.

    Comment below with the first word you used to branch off from purpose and use the hashtags #purpose #mindmapping!
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    Hey, we get it being a woman isn't cheap! Especially if you are in college expenses can rack up quickly! But don't worry there are plenty of stores that feel your pain and offer student discounts!

    Here are just a few to help you save some cash and do some smart shopping!

    1. Banana Republic- 15% off full priced items so you can finally afford clothes for work
    2. ASOS- 10% off entire purchase for students to stay stylish
    3. Madewell- Another reason to shop- students get 15% off when they show their ID
    4. Steve Madden- They offer 10% when you show your ID so get shopping!
    5. Apple Music- Just $4.99 a month for students and your first three months are free
    6. Qdoba- Offers students a beverage when purchased with a meal.
    7. J.Crew- Get 15% off in stores when you show your ID

    Like and comment with more smart ways to travel, eat, and spend!
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  • Hey, we get it being a woman isn't cheap! Especially if you are in college expenses can rack up quickly! But don't worry there are plenty of stores that feel your pain and offer student discounts!

    Here are just a few to help you save some cash and do some smart shopping!

    1. Banana Republic- 15% off full priced items so you can finally afford clothes for work
    2. ASOS- 10% off entire purchase for students to stay stylish
    3. Madewell- Another reason to shop- students get 15% off when they show their ID
    4. Steve Madden- They offer 10% when you show your ID so get shopping!
    5. Apple Music- Just $4.99 a month for students and your first three months are free
    6. Qdoba- Offers students a beverage when purchased with a meal.
    7. J.Crew- Get 15% off in stores when you show your ID

    Like and comment with more smart ways to travel, eat, and spend!
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  •   Sydney Taylor reacted to this post about 1 month ago
    Hi bSmart ladies!

    We all know finding a job or internship can be extremely stressful, but what about the stress we feel when we have to decide if we want to accept a job or internship. We are faced with big decisions that will most likely have a huge impact on our lives! Here are some questions to ask yourself first, before accepting a job/internship once you've been offered one.

    1. What will I specifically be doing?
    2. What benefits are there outside of money?
    3. What opportunities are there for moving up within the company? How much do I value that?
    4. What are former employees doing now?
    5. Do I truly want this?

    Comment below with any more questions or advice!
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  • Hi bSmart ladies!

    We all know finding a job or internship can be extremely stressful, but what about the stress we feel when we have to decide if we want to accept a job or internship. We are faced with big decisions that will most likely have a huge impact on our lives! Here are some questions to ask yourself first, before accepting a job/internship once you've been offered one.

    1. What will I specifically be doing?
    2. What benefits are there outside of money?
    3. What opportunities are there for moving up within the company? How much do I value that?
    4. What are former employees doing now?
    5. Do I truly want this?

    Comment below with any more questions or advice!
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  • Hi bSmart ladies!

    We all know finding a job or internship can be extremely stressful, but what about the stress we feel when we have to decide if we want to accept a job or internship. We are faced with big decisions that will most likely have a huge impact on our lives! Here are some questions to ask yourself first, before accepting a job/internship once you've been offered one.

    1. What will I specifically be doing?
    2. What benefits are there outside of money?
    3. What opportunities are there for moving up within the company? How much do I value that?
    4. What are former employees doing now?
    5. Do I truly want this?

    Comment below with any more questions or advice!
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  • Hi bSmart ladies!

    We all know finding a job or internship can be extremely stressful, but what about the stress we feel when we have to decide if we want to accept a job or internship. We are faced with big decisions that will most likely have a huge impact on our lives! Here are some questions to ask yourself first, before accepting a job/internship once you've been offered one.

    What will I specifically be doing?
    What benefits are there outside of money?
    What opportunities are there for moving up within the company? How much do I value that?
    What are former employees doing now?
    Do I truly want this?

    Comment below with any more questions or advice!
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  • Hi bSmart ladies!

    We all know finding a job or internship can be extremely stressful, but what about the stress we feel when we have to decide if we want to accept a job or internship. We are faced with big decisions that will most likely have a huge impact on our lives! Here are some questions to ask yourself first, before accepting a job/internship once you've been offered one.

    1. What will I specifically be doing?
    2. What benefits are there outside of money?
    3. What opportunities are there for moving up within the company? How much do I value that?
    4. What are former employees doing now?
    5. Do I truly want this?

    Comment below with any more questions or advice!
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  • Welcome to bSmart! We are so glad to have you here. By clicking on the profile icon on the top right, you can find 'groups' and 'members' - joining mentorship groups and befriending members are great ways to start building your bSmart network! You can use the 'advanced search' to find members, or simply start by befriending other new or recently active members as well as bSmart women that share interests with you and who you'll be in groups with.

    What are some of the projects and goals we can support you with?

    Let me know if you have any questions!
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  •   Andrea Rice reacted to this post about 1 month ago
    Hey bSmart ladies!

    I’m kicking off the Empowerment Chain Series!

    I have always thought the social media platforms that we use have had the potential to start a new conversation when it has come to empowering women. But rather than using these platforms for good we usually use them as a way to compare ourselves to one another. In an effort to change the conversation I want you to help me create an empowerment chain, it’s easy! Just comment below something that you like about yourself or tag a friend and comment something you like about them.

    I will start by commenting first!

    I'm tagging: Sofia Rosa Bianchi and Lilly Pianin

    Hashtags: #EmpowermentChain #ChainedtoEmpowerment
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  •   Abbi Kirollos commented on this post about 2 months ago
    Hey bSmart ladies!

    I’m kicking off the Empowerment Chain Series!

    I have always thought the social media platforms that we use have had the potential to start a new conversation when it has come to empowering women. But rather than using these platforms for good we usually use them as a way to compare ourselves to one another. In an effort to change the conversation I want you to help me create an empowerment chain, it’s easy! Just comment below something that you like about yourself or tag a friend and compliment them.

    I will start by commenting first!

    Hashtags: #EmpowermentChain #ChainedtoEmpowerment
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