#GIRLLOVE Challenge


To start off the year, I’m accepting the #GIRLLove Challenge that was created to help eliminate girl on girl hate, thanks to my lovely friend Jenn, of Stories and Scribblings for the tag! She is indeed a talented, brave and beautiful woman! I love reading her wonderful stories and I really admire how she puts humor in her writings.

This perspective of women needs to be changed. Isn’t it amazing to live in a society without any competition as to who is the prettiest or the sexiest? Sad truth is, society has a standard of what “beautiful” means and it always favors the better-looking ones. This too should be changed, and this change must begin within ourselves.

Sometimes we are too drowned by our insecurities that we tend to forget we are all special in our own different way. Women should empower each other instead of putting the other one down.

I noticed that one of the reasons why women hate one another is because of men. Most men would always pick the prettiest one to date. Some married men would have an affair just because the other woman is hotter. This is where the competition starts. This is unfair! This has to stop! We should not allow men to define beauty for us.

Women should respect one another. If a man is taken, we should know how to back off. Don’t allow yourself to be the second option. You deserve better than that. Don’t hurt another woman just because you’re into the man she is with. We should have respect for ourselves, too.

Why don’t we acknowledge one another’s inner beauty and spread the girl love instead?

Brighten up someone’s day by giving them an honest compliment! 😀

Here are the guidelines for the #GIRLLove Challenge:

  • Tell your followers who inspires you, a famous woman who may be dealing with negativity on a daily basis.
  • Tell your followers who inspires you in real life, a woman you always interact with.
  • Tag five women bloggers who you love. Compliment them and tell them why you love them, and comment under their latest post with the link to your #GirlLove post!

  • For the famous woman who inspires me, I would say Anne Frank. At such a young age, she taught us how to be optimistic and hopeful even in the most difficult times. She showed her bravery and patience in order to survive through her writings.
  • The woman who inspires me in real life is no other than my Mother. She taught me how to be selfless, patient, loving and faithful. I appreciate all her sacrifices, so I will be where I am today. Without her and my Father, I would be nothing.
  • Bloggers that I love:
  • I love all these amazing writers and bloggers. They are all beautiful and brave women, unique and special in their own way. They never fail to surprise me with their talents.xoxo,

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12 thoughts on “#GIRLLOVE Challenge

  1. I wonder how many of our words we really mean, and how many are made just fill up the silence. I love the idea of “girllove” to combat the hate often felt by girls. But that is often defensive, looking to cover one’s own dissatisfaction with oneself. Oh, my. I’m getting too deep!

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  2. Thank you for the love my dear! 😀 You have raised great points here and I do believe that mean girls to exist. (Parang pageant lang yung I do believe!)

    Nonetheless, thank you for including me on your magic five! 😀

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