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On Women’s Day coming up soon, there is something that you MUST certainly do. Here’s a Women’s Day dare that you should take up!
With Women’s Day (8th March) just around the corner, I have this crazy thought in my head. But before that let’s discuss a little about the traditional Women’s Day celebrations (if you may call it one…) in India.
In the last 10 years or so, Women’s Day celebration has been galore in more ways than one.
When is the last time you did something for yourself on a Women’s Day? I know how many people believe the same notion as Valentine’s Day, that every day is a Women’s day. Oh yes, we are very much progressing on that path. But many a times why do we women wait for someone else to do something for us, rather than do something for ourselves?
This Women’s Day I dare you Women… To do something that you have never done before. Something that you have always wanted to do but never had the guts to do it. Rather than waiting for your family to do something for you or for your company to give you those roses which they are doing just to be a part of the 21st century women empowerment notion and nothing that they mean, why don’t you do something for yourself this time.
You know what I am going to do? I may sound crazy. I have always been made fun of when I try to put on makeup. This time I am going to do it any which ways. And most importantly, wear my favourite dark pink lipstick. Judge me all you can, I don’t care. This time I am going to be me. And this is just the beginning…
This Women’s Day, don’t just try to liberate yourself, feel liberated too. Do absolutely anything that you feel like doing without worrying about being judged by people. Do you have the courage? Will you initiate a change…for yourself?
I dare you…!
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