This coming Wednesday 3rd Nov is National Stress Awareness Day, observed to raise awareness on the effects of stress. Do you feel stressed or overwhelmed? Do you know someone who’s feeling stressed or burnt out?
According to the Mental health Foundation 74% of UK adults have felt so stressed at some point over the last year they felt overwhelmed or unable to cope. It’s a very common issue and one that can be debilitating. So how can we better cope with it?
Here are some valuable tips you can begin implementing today to better cope with stress:
Do you feel upset when you think of all the distractions, despair & derailers that surround young girls today? Do you feel a sense of hopelessness? The Girls Like Me Conference which took place virtually on the 9th October was an inspirational, celebratory event which tackled the issues young girls face today. Inspiring, influential speakers shared their stories on how they fought through their struggles and rose above them!
Being a girl in the world we live in today can be challenging. We might find ourselves facing hurdles that we shouldn’t have to face. And the pitfalls of our digital generation can begin to weigh us down, causing feelings of hopelessness to fester. At such a time, it’s imperative to remember that you are not alone and you can equip yourself with the skills you need to better navigate your life & reach your full potential. You have it in you, just like countless other women & girls who you look up to, do.
The Girls Like Me Conference is happening this coming Saturday, 9th of October! It’s a one of a kind, inspirational day, organised to enlighten teen girls on the power & the pitfalls of our digital generation. Inviting all girls & their female guardians! Attend in-person at Marsh Farm Futures House or virtually from 1pm -5pm.
Meet Ayo Awotona: Program Facilitator & Keynote Speaker
Ayo Awotona is a renowned international public speaker, author, educator, self-taught Spanish speaker, & content creator.
Ayo’s mission is to raise female leaders up with healthy self-esteem so that they are equipped to discover their identity and purpose in life.
The Girls Like Me Conference is taking place on 9th October, 2021. And this year, our aim is to enlighten girls on the power and pitfalls of our digital generation, equip girls with essential self-defense skills and educate them on significant topics such as online safety.
Meet Aoife McMorrow: Social Media Content Creator!
Aoife McMorrow is a student, who is studying advertising & marketing at the University of Lincoln. She’s also a content creator on TikTok, where she creates funny, light-hearted and lifestyle videos. She has more than 300,000 followers.
Aoife likes to promote the importance of mental health awareness and encourages others to not be embarrassed about sharing their stories.
The Girls Like Me Conference is just around the corner. It’s a one of a kind, inspirational day, organised to enlighten girls on the power & the pitfalls of our digital generation. Inspiring guest speakers will share their journey and experiences at the conference to empower girls so that they can blossom into the best versions of themselves!
Meet Award-Winning Business Owner: Hasina Rahman
Hasina Rahman is an award-winning business owner who specialises in MMA, Muay Thai & Self-Defense. She runs a female-only martials arts club, Pink Diamond Martial Arts, to empower women & girls. She has achieved 3 black belts in 3 different styles of martial arts and has been running her own club for the past 5 years.
Hasina wants to empower women and girls with confidence, self-love and life saving martial arts skills!
The Girls Like Me Conference is happening this coming Saturday, the 9th of October! Inviting all girls & their female guardians! We’ve organised this community event to help equip girls with the tools they need to better navigate their teen years to go on to become optimistic, fulfilled & successful adults! Attend in-person or virtually from 1pm -5pm to embark on a journey of living your life more meaningfully, authentically and confidently.
Meet Sabrina Durant: CEO, Interior Designer and one of our influential speakers at TGLMC
Sabrina Durant witnessed violence & abuse at a very young age which led her to go into a shell. At this point, writing, drawing and creativity became a medium for her to express herself & this is where her passion for Interior Design began.
She realised that though she couldn’t change her past, she was in control of her future. She had the power within herself to become the woman she always wanted to be!
The Annual Girls Like Me Conference is back! And this year’s theme is Digital Generation: The Power & Pitfalls. Inviting girls & their female guardians! We’re inviting teen girls aged 13-17 to attend this community event so they can get the tools they need to better navigate their teen years to go on to become optimistic, fulfilled & successful adults! Save the date: 9th October 2021. Attend in-person or virtually from 1pm -5pm to embark on a journey of living your life more meaningfully, authentically and confidently.
Meet Gehad, our first revealed speaker for The Girls Like Me Conference!
Do you feel weighed down when you think of all the derailers that exist in teen girls’ lives today? Do you wish that there were more opportunities for young girls to find their true inner self, explore their inner strength & prepare for their future? We understand the challenges young girls face today. Therefore, we created the perfect opportunity to support girls as they navigate their way through the ups & downs of life. The Girls Like Me Summer Camp which took place from the 23rd – 26th August, propelled girls to defend, protect& create their future!
Being a teen girl in the world we live in today can be really challenging. Several derailers constantly surround them. With the pandemic being a disruptor, teen girls feel more instability than ever before.