Boss lady should be every lady’s motto. Whether it is a stay-at-home-mom, working mom or a working lady we are all doing our best and no one has the right to judge us, other than ourselves.

I am an aunt to three beautiful children, two boys, and one girl. My older sister has always been a boss lady. She worked as a marketing director for a few years and then quit her job to stay at home and raise her infants. She wanted both options but managing one was too much.

Seeing her care for her children was so beautiful, but also difficult. I did not realize how challenging being a mom was until I babysat two toddler boys all by myself. Let me tell you, you need A LOT of patience.

Being a working non-married woman in my late 20s, I also see moms pointing fingers at each other. Some being the victim, and some judging victims.

As a single woman, we struggle with paying our bills, finding “the one”, getting raises at our jobs, saving forwards our future and making time for our friends when work is not taking over our agendas. As a married woman, mom’s struggle with making time for her husband, date night, making sure the house is clean, doing more activities with the children, feeding the entire family three times a day (minimum), and we find it difficult to make time for ourselves. There is no such thing as a perfect mom or a perfect woman. Single, or married, we all have our struggles.

I bring this up to encourage every woman. We should embrace our current circumstances because there are other women going through things worse than us. But we should also not be quick to judge other women. So let’s encourage one another and be positive. We must uplift each other and help one another because we ALL have bad days.

“Here’s to strong women may we know them. May we be them. May we raise them.”

So cheers to every boss lady!

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