This International Women’s Day, the women at Mummy Meagz, would love to share with you what being a woman means to us, and how it inspires us. Our work family is over two thirds women, who are all equally as strong, talented, hard working and compassionate as the next.
Who runs the world? GIRLS!
Meagan: “In my close family, past and present, the women have always been incredibly strong. I aspire to carry that on and hope to inspire those around me to be the same. Love you all ❤️❤️❤️”
Willow: “I feel very privileged to have always been surrounded by strong women when growing up. When I was 11 I went to an all girls school, and I met some of the most influential and inspirational women that I have ever been lucky enough to know, in both my teachers and my peers. Spending those years surrounded mainly by girls and women, taught me that I, as a woman, could be anything I wanted, and gave me the foundations and work ethic that I carry with me today.”
Aimee: “The Spice Girls taught me about girl power from a young age. There’s strength in girls supporting girls!✌️ Some lyrics to live by are: ‘we’re the spice girls, yes indeed, just girl power is all we need’ 💖”
Sian: “Being a woman to me means remembering the women who came before us, fighting for the rights we have now. To always be thankful and to live my life to the fullest, knowing that the world is our oyster because of them. Whilst the road to equality isn’t over yet, I know that we will not rest until we get there. And we will get there. Together, we got this 💜”
Amber: “Being a woman means getting back up, even though the world sometimes tries to get you down, recognising that society does not always see us as equal. Yet you still stand up and say the world is not fair, so I’m going to change the status quo.”
Caroline: “In a world where women aren’t always treated as equals, I’d like to celebrate all the ambitious, successful and determined women out there. Whether they’re climbing the career ladder, on a quest to strive for a better world (just like our very own Mummy Meagz), overcoming adversity, or on a path to discovery, all the women I know are capable of so much. And to me, being a woman is all about being able to make a difference – whether to just one person or to society as a whole. From raising a child, to campaigning for climate justice, to inventing life-saving technologies and everything in-between, we can all make a difference no matter our purpose in life. But one thing’s for sure, we should be proud to be women, and we should embrace and empower each other to the best we can.”
Here’s to strong women. May we know them. May we be them. May we raise them.
Happy International Women’s Day.