Femininity & Godliness

Oh, this is so exciting for me to write that I feel like I don’t know where exactly to start. Let’s start with defining Femininity. These are qualities or attributes or behaviors regarded as characteristic of women. Femininity is something that I was introduced to just last year during lockdown, I mean the entirety of it. There is a YouTube channel that I’m subscribed to called A Feminine Impression by Dr. Michelle (please check her out, she is amazing) where she talks about All things femininity from style, attitude, Godliness, manners, finding your true self to mention but a few...

 
Lynn Amanyire
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 Feb. 27, 2021
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Confidence & Self Esteem Prt 2

J- Cole one of my favorite rappers says this in “Crooked Smile,” Love yourself, girl, or nobody will Though you a woman I don't know how you deal With all the pressure to look impressive and go out in heels I feel for you Killing yourself to find a man that'll kill for you You wake up, put makeup on Stare in the mirror but it's clear that you can't face what's wrong

 
Lynn Amanyire
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 Feb. 27, 2021
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Confidence & Self-Esteem

In layman’s language, one could describe Self-Confidence as a feeling of trust in one’s abilities, qualities, and judgment. Self-confidence usually works hand in hand with esteem. Esteem is confidence in one's own worth or abilities; self-respect. For the past 5 years or so I have been approached by individuals both male and female who have said,” Oh you exude such confidence.” My response is usually an awkward smile or look followed by a “thank you!” because I don’t know how else to respond. Truth is, I have not always been as confident or had the esteem that I do now...

 
Lynn Amanyire
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 Feb. 8, 2021
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Community & Creativity

In the creative industry, the communities within which we practice our craft mold the versatility and depth of our creativity. They affect what visual artists illustrate; the kind of stories and documentaries our filmmakers capture; musical artists’ content, the photos taken, books written, pottery made and the fabrics used to make our clothes. Basically, our communities are oysters for inspiration. It's in the hands of our creatives to be bold enough to tap into the resources offered by our community. Our country is not where it should be as far as the creative and cultural industry is concerned. We should...

 
Lynn Amanyire
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 Feb. 1, 2021
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