For Women's Day 2017, we asked some of our team members to share a pledge. Here is what they had to say:
Rise and shine
Rise with the emerging sun and shine with all it's intensity. Waking up early gives you a head-start to the day. Not only does it give you time to plan your day, it improves productivity and enhances your mental health.
On the cheerful note of #Internationalwomen'sday, let's #beboldforchange and wake up everyday to make a difference, whether at work or at home.
Everyday is Women's Day
Yes it's true that we don't need a day to celebrate our uniqueness. Everyday should be a reminder of your strengh and courage. As Eleonor Roosevelt said, "well-behaved women, rarely create history." Today, #beboldforchange!
Power of Clothes
New-York based psychologist Dr Samantha Boardman, who runs a blog called Positive Prescription, tells us that, “You can wear a piece of clothing that can help you feel strong, that can help you feel beautiful; that, even on the worst day, it can help you feel empowered.” So, ladies! Choose your clothes wisely.
It's okay to cry!
It is not a co-incidence that women remember birthday dates and have undying patience. It is also not a co-incidence that they are an emotionally enhanced species. Crying is an expression to vent out feelings. Sometimes, you might find yourself boiling with tears at your workplace, we say, it is okay to cry. Tears do not make you weak. Tears do not make you vulnerable. The only thing you must remember is to smile brightly afterward.
Shut up and sleep
Did you know that inadequate sleep leads to a rise in ghrelin, dubbed as the hunger hormone, in blood. Experts recommend sleeping for treating such disorders. Furthermore, a relaxing, sufficient sleep cycle will keep you fresh, rejuvenated and lively throughtout the day.