March is Women's History Month and this month we're excited to celebrate a few phenomenal women of the Unapologetic Tribe. We're shining a light on these amazing these women and uplifting their stories of self-compassion, resilience, healing and thriving. This week, we're giving flowers to Jasmine.
Jasmine's Story: Progress Over Perfection
You know what’s boring? Perfection.
I have wasted so much of my life feeling like who I really am doesn’t live up—from the texture of the hair that grows out of my head, to the size of the tag on my dress, to the race I mark on a survey.
I’m sick of that—the pressure probably comes from a mixture of society and my inner saboteur. I’m tired of feeling like I don’t live up. I’m ready to live.
I’m still not there, but I’m certain there is great FREEDOM in LIVING UNAPOLOGETICALLY.
Imagine the possibilities of everyone experienced the freedom of living as the highest version of their authentic self.
Be sure to follow along for more inspiring stories throughout the month. Have a story you'd like to share? We'd love to hear from you, too! Share your unapologetic story here.