Happy Sunday! What a lovely weekend it has been. Not only has it been filled with great plans, but the weather has also been amazing. Finally spring hit Copenhagen – not a minute too soon.
Recently I’ve been thinking a bit about making a new series here on the blog. A Sunday thoughts series. Normally my Sundays, is the day where I totally relax and spend the whole day with whatever I feel like – which most of the time is catching up on youtube videos, watching netflix or listen to music. And it’s normally on these Sundays, where I feel like writing a bit of a more serious post. A post with more writing, and my personal opinions or experiences.
And since we recently celebrated the international women’s day, I thought this was a good place to start. Cause my opinion about this “holiday”, is the same when it comes to other special days. I love the traditional holidays like birthdays, Christmas and New Years eve. But why have we set one day aside to celebrate women? And why is there one day to celebrate all the moms and one for the dads? These holidays makes me think. Why do we need them?
Don’t get me wrong, I do celebrate women, my mom, my dad and even valentines day. But somehow I think it’s a bit wrong that we set one day a side for this. One day out of 365, to celebrate that special person.
My question is: why don’t we celebrate them everyday?
I want to celebrate being a woman each day. I think every women should feel special every single day. And everyone should hear everyday, that they are special. The same goes for all the parents, our partners, our friends, colleagues and even our pets. Everybody needs to feel special everyday. It’s great that there is a international women’s day and that we get celebrated. But imagine a world, where everyone felt celebrated and loved each day. I do believe that it would be a bit of a different world.
So if no one told you this today: you are special!
You are beautiful and you are worthy.
It’s so important to remember to spread the love. Please pass on the message.
Have a lovely Sunday.