We are the ones Feeling. Feeling it ALL. Every Feel!! The ones who are Exhausted. The ones who are Waking Up.
We are forging a path for those who will follow us, we are the Energetic Anchors.
We’ve been silently facing our shadows, healing trauma, ending Karmic Cycles.
We are the ones who felt the call for more, our Souls vibrating with knowing, while the sleeping part of our mind had no idea what the fuck it meant.........
But we Woke up✨And because of it, others are Waking up too!!
Be proud, my Friend. For stepping out in the Dark & trusting what couldn’t be seen, but you could FEEL IT💜
We are Completely shifting the entire Fucking World ✨✨✨Together
My favorite part about coaching is definitely the bond that’s formed with the kids. Especially when I hear “Coach Meagan!” and then get bombarded with hugs by girls I’ve coached in the past.. and today that was by two of my favorites! 😊💜 Our girls won their first bracket game tonight 12-2! We play game two in the morning! 🙌🏻 #CenlaStorm 🥎
Some pieces I donated to the @naralprochoicemo gala happening tonight at the Hilton St Louis in Frontenac! A little bit about the event:
Join NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri in celebrating fifty years past and fifty years foward at the annual Gala + Auction on September 21, 2019 at the Hilton St. Louis in Frontenac.
This year, we are thrilled to have award-winning activist and writer Brittany Packnett join us as keynote speaker. Brittany is the co-founder of Campaign Zero, co-host of the award-winning podcast Pod Save the People, and a St. Louis native.”
🌱 SHE’S COMING 🌱
Only 4 more weeks until these POWERHOUSES come together for an amazing event!
I am so excited to inspire others to truly listen to their hearts and be open to what the Universe has in store for them. I hope that my story leaves at least one person feeling empowered to live and express their truest BEing.
It is such an honor to be taking the stage alongside these amazing women. You do not want to miss this. Get your tickets now! Link in bio ✨ 10.19.19 ✨
What’s your name? Tahreem Malik
What school do go to and what year are you? If you’ve graduated, where from and in what year? Touro - COM OMSI (Class of 2023)
Tell us a fun fact or something interesting about you. I spent my summer in Croatia doing neurodevelopmental research while basking in the breathtaking views.
What are your future goals? I want to bridge the gap in global healthcare disparities and assure that there is a system for everyone to attain the healthcare they need regardless of their status and what country they are from.
Who are some women in medicine who have inspired you? Dr. Mary Edwards Walker, because not only was she one of the first female surgeons, but she also served as a surgeon in the army and was an advocate for women's health.
What sort of advice would you give to a woman interested in pursuing a career in medicine? Medicine is a very fulfilling career and no doubt a very stress inducing one as well. Sometimes it's easy to lose sight of your end goal and be discouraged. Always remember that with every setback you get stronger, and no goal is too hard to achieve as long as you work hard and never lose sight of it. -
What is your personal motto? "I am strong, I am confident, and with hard work I am unstoppable"
Want to be featured for Women in Medicine Month for September? Answer these questions and submit to cosgpprweb @aacom.org#WomenInMedicine#WhoRunTheWorld#Girls
5 hours ago
And just like that- another weekend trip has begun!
Most weeks when I get done with work all I want to do is crawl into my pajamas and glue myself to the couch.
But let’s be honest- there’s so much out there to explore in the world- our lives aren’t meant to just WORK and sleep.
So DJ and I started planning mini weekend trips once a month (still in our budget!) to have something to look forward to! And we need help planning the next ones!
Help us out with your surprisingly favorite, cute, funky or romantic small town we should visit next 👇🏻👇🏻
5 hours ago
Well, I watched. I related. I cringed a bit if I’m honest. Vaguely reminiscent of ‘Mean Girls’ circa 2004. Can’t help but thinking that if I’d looked as stunning as ‘Jodie’ when I was a teen, I might’ve had more dates, despite my ‘off-putting’ height! 😂. During my own formal, (Northern Irish for prom) I ended up having to add a layer of fabric to my dress and hated every (short) inch of it. I was devastated that nothing fit my tall frame. I asked my date to the formal for fear of going alone - I’d spent my childhood years being ridiculed enough and so desperately wanted to fit in and be like everyone else but really, I’d have given anything to go back and have the same confidence ‘Jodie ‘ had, to have done it alone. I still get judged for being 30 something and single and there’s always the implication that because of how I look, I should ‘take what I can get’; the same sentiment that I felt was somewhat alluded to in the film. Well guess what? I don’t need a man to validate me or ‘complete’ me. I’m one whole person, not in need of another half. I’m loved. I’m worthy. I’m not going to settle for ‘what I can get’. I’ll accept only what I deserve when the time is right. For now I’m living my life based on my OWN standards. Heads held high Tall Girls! Strut your stuff in those heels and screw the haters!xx