Wear your Tiara to Work (or anywhere you like) Day

In her book “A Woman in Your Own Right”, Anne Dickson describes how as a woman you feel “a sense of obligation to put everyone else’s needs before your own all the time”. Even today, in a world striving for equality, women still feel they have to do ALL THE THINGS (work/home life, caring for family, paying bills, and so on) and  if we don’t, we feel guilty.  Wow, do we feel that guilt.

In fact, one of the reasons I came up with the idea for Serenity (a monthly evening gathering exclusively for busy women in Milton Keynes) was to help women carve time out of their busy schedules for some guilt-free rest and relaxation. Because self-care isn’t selfish, it’s necessary.

So “Wear your Tiara to Work Day” on 16th March 2017, celebrates women who are busy doing ALL THE THINGS and to encourage them to do something for themselves today (if not every day) to help them feel sparkly – something that helps them recognise and celebrate just how awesome they are. Men are welcome to celebrate too, either in honour of a woman they know who deserves to be celebrated or if as a man, you’re also busy trying to keep many balls in the air (no pun intended).

The day is about doing something for yourself: having a cup of tea, a well earned rest even just for a few minutes, or treating yourself to something sparkly. Like a Tiara.

We will be sharing photos on my Facebook Page, Instagram and Twitter using the hashtags #TiaraDay and #WorkTiara – please feel share your images on Social Media.

Ps International Tiara Day – celebrating inner beauty – is on 24th May 2017 so we will do it all again then. Because, well, you can wear your Tiara as often as you want.  Yay!

Published by Delphi

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