Women don’t take time.

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The resilience of women, as I see it, is an unwavering force that never fails to astonish me.

From my own mother, who bravely confronted and battled with mental illness for many years, to another woman I deeply admire, successfully navigating the acquisition of her startup while simultaneously raising a family of two young kids — these stories highlight the indomitable spirit that women possess.

In my view, women are the very backbone of our society, standing strong and resilient in the face of challenges. We persist in raising our voices in an unequal society, we bring forth and nurture the next generations, we build careers and companies, and we consistently lend support to those around us, often putting others’ needs before our own.

However, in reflecting on the strength of women, I can’t help but wonder: when do we, as women, take a moment for ourselves? When does it become “ME” time?

In my own experiences and observations, it’s clear that the concept of self-care is often overshadowed by the multitude of roles and responsibilities we carry. As women, we are adept at shouldering the demands of life, but in my view, it’s equally important to prioritize our own well-being. “ME” time isn’t just a luxury; it’s a vital component of maintaining the resilience that allows us to face life’s challenges head-on.

From my perspective, taking time for oneself is not a selfish act; it’s an investment in personal growth and fulfillment. Whether it’s dedicating moments to a cherished hobby, practicing mindfulness, or simply basking in a moment of tranquility, “ME” time is an affirmation that our well-being matters.

Empowering women, as I see it, involves encouraging and reminding ourselves to carve out these moments. It’s about recognizing that self-love and self-care are not only valid but are integral to leading a balanced and fulfilling life. In my view, embracing “ME” time is a declaration of empowerment — a statement that my well-being is a priority and that I deserve moments of rest and rejuvenation.

To all the remarkable women reading this, remember that your strength is not only a foundation for society but is also a testament to your own resilience. In my view, celebrating your victories, big and small, and embracing moments of self-care are acts of empowerment that contribute not only to your personal well-being but also to the collective strength of women everywhere.

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