Tips For Celebrating International Women's Day 2021

Genevieve Scott Lifestyle /
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March 8th marks International Women's Day, a day to give the special ladies in our lives an extra reminder of how much they're loved and appreciated. If you're looking for tips for celebrating, look no further! These ideas will help you show your sister, daughter, mother, grandma, or even your aunt how much you care.

Whether you're planning to spend the day lounging with a homemade facemask or want to have a movie marathon, there's no wrong way to celebrate. But, if you're looking for some inspo, consider channeling your inner Kardashian-Jenner and go out for a photoshoot!

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Gathering with your girl gang safely in-person or via online platforms to chat about something you're passionate about is another idea! For example, the Cyrus ladies gathered last year in support of March For Our Lives. Whether you decide to raise awareness or embark on action steps, this is sure to make for an impactful day!

For some girl-power inspo, check out Camila Cabello's 2020 post. In it, she mentions several women and practices that she's embraced. From reading a book or watching a Ted Talk by your celeb girl-crush to trying out meditation or starting a gratitude journal, Cabello's caption is full of ideas and personal success stories.

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Or, like tennis star Serena Williams, consider grabbing your gals and taking some time to immerse yourself in the outdoors. Whether it's going for a walk or heading to the court for a friendly match, breathing mother nature's fresh air can be a fantastic way to celebrate!

For some, the women in our lives, our family members, neighbors, or friends, stand on the front lines protecting our communities from the pandemic. Like Matthew and Camila McConaughey, this could be your opportunity to show thanks by volunteering some of your time!

According to UN Women, the theme for 2021's International Women's Day is "Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world." As many women defy odds in everyday life, let's take a moment to pause and show them (and ourselves) some extra love as we look toward the future! Let's hear it for the ladies!