I am all about celebrating the strong, successful and amazing women in my life every week. This Sunday, March 8th is International Women’s Day. Seems like the perfect opportunity to celebrate with my favorite women. This post is sponsored by adidas however, all opinions and ideas are my own.
Celebrating International Women’s Day
International Women’s Day is a “global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women”. I love that women all over the globe will be honoring each other on the same day. How will you celebrate International Women’s day?
5 Ways to Celebrate International Women’s Day
Get outside and play
Assemble some of your besties and get outside and play. Embrace your inner child and enjoy having fun on a playground or basketball court. Step away from your computer and enjoy laughing and playing together.
Go for a run or walk
Group runs and walks are my favorite way to catch up with friends. We have planned a big group run followed by breakfast.
Coffee Dates and treats
Honor moms, grandmas or teachers by meeting for a coffee date. Surprise a special someone with some homemade treats.
Send a handwritten note
The beauty of a handwritten note is always appreciated. Consider sending one to those women near and far that you admire.
Inspire the next generation
I treasure the time I volunteer mentoring my Girls On The Run team. I believe I am inspiring the next generation of strong women by building their self esteem. We use fitness drills to increase their confidence and interpersonal skills.
Adidas has long been a supporter of female athletes and the everyday woman. Their She Breaks Barriers campaign “aims to celebrate all women- those that inspire, empower, and break barriers”. See how these women including World Record track and field holder Keni Harrison break barriers and records. Take a quick look:
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Thanks for helping to make the Runners’ Roundup a huge success by visiting all of the hosts: Me, Debbie, Rachel, Smitha, Jen and Lisa.
How will you celebrate yourself and the the strong women in your life this International Women’s Day?