So let's make it happen!!!
Have you heard about the new social media campaign called #DearMe? I'm not a vlogger, but twitter is my good friend. I heard about this campaign from a tweet, and I love it. So, of course, I had to share it with you.
Launched by YouTube, it is a campaign in honor of International Women's Day with a purpose to spread the message of support for young women everywhere. It's hard being a teenage girl, and to know that you have support in others is reassuring that life gets better.
If you could give your younger self a piece of advice, what would it be? What kind of support would you give yourself in just a sentence or two?
Earlier this week I blogged about Project Lead Kindly and our support for the organization, its mission, vision and goals. It's a perfect month for us to show support for such a cause, because with International Women's Day and all the campaigns surrounding it, it's a complete month to celebrate and support women everywhere.
Watch this two-minute YouTube video on the #DearMe campaign.
If you're inspired to create a video, vlog or blog post of your own, do it! Then you can come back and share it with me. I've created a link up for the rest of March, so that we can share our thoughts on International Women's Day. You can link up anything having to do with the celebration of women, something for the #DearMe campaign, or something in support of the 2015 #MakeItHappen theme. Link up your vlog, blog post, your tweet, your Instagram post. Anything goes.
Support the #DearMe campaign by using the campaign hashtag and use your social media voice to spread awareness and celebrate women.
You can show support for International Women's Day with any of the following hashtags:
#PaintItPurple (see link for theme below)
And there might be more from organizations all over the world!
Learn more about IWD: International Women's Day and this year's theme here.
I encourage you to celebrate with me. Link up below and invite your friends.
Is there a particular woman you would like to recognize for International Women's Day?
Tell me about her in a comment! I'd love to read it. And if you want to link it up above too, please do. I'm all about celebrating women and social good!
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