What better way of ending a great theme of spring cleaning by celebrating International Women’s day! The fabulous MICHELLE OBAMA is one the ultimate inspirational women; a American Lawyer, writer and to top it off was the first lady of American, making history by being the first ever African-American first lady. As First Lady, Michelle Obama became a fashion icon, a role model for women across the world, and an advocate for poverty awareness, nutrition, physical activity, and healthy eating.
As it was International Women’s day on Wednesday; Jem (another fabulous ambassador for Soap & Glory) and I went around the Leeds campus, distributing bags of Soap & Glory goodies.The sun was shining and the student bar was packed, temperatures reaching up to scorching 13 degrees and so quite rightly; sunglasses were on, bare arms were on show and the beer was flowing. It was the sign that spring was here and summer was on its way.
International Women’s Day is celebrated every year on the 8th of March, commemorating the movement for women’s rights. The earliest Women’s Day observance was held on February 28, 1909, in New York. The day is now an official holiday in several countries including Afghanistan, Cambodia, Mongolia, Vietnam and Zambia and for women only in countries including China, Madagascar and Nepal.
Jem and I wanted to surprise the girls around Leeds campus to celebrate women. All the girls were thrilled with their Soap & Glory’s products. We gave out a few party packs to groups of girls and they were really surprised at just how much they got in the packs, the aim was to make these girls feel great and reward them for just being themselves.
SOAP & GLORY are all about supporting girls and Women everywhere; creating products that make you look and smell great, embellishing confidence.
Would love to hear how you celebrated International Women’s day!
Thanks for reading and keep looking on my blog page for the upcoming theme EASTER TREATS!
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