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Celebrate International Day of the Girl And Be #GIRLPossible

Celebrate International Day of the Girl And Be #GIRLPossible

October 11 marks International Day of the Girl, declared by the United Nations to raise awareness of issues surrounding gender inequality worldwide. Empowering girls — through education, health care, work opportunities and equal representation — was a major theme at the recent UN General Assembly, and now is the time to discuss how we can all work toward advancing rights and opportunities for girls everywhere.

One way to get involved: Share your empowering statements and photos on social media using the Global Campaign for Education’s hashtag #GIRLPossible (as in, nothing is impossible, everything is #GIRLPossible!).

Need some inspiration? Beauty for a Purpose asked a few of our favorite beauty and fashion bloggers to share their #GIRLPossible mantras. Read on, then join the conversation by posting your own declaration (tag #GIRLPossible and #BeautyforaPurpose).

Annie Atkinson smiling in floral dress

“I am #GIRLPossible when I let go of fear and open my heart only to love.” — Annie Atkinson, founder and editor in chief, She’s in the Glow

blonde girl smiles

“I am #GIRLPossible when I remind myself that I’m complete in every way.” — Jamie Stone, founder,

Woman in pink shirt with laptop

“I am #GirlPossible when I spend each day living my dream as a small business owner!” — Lauren Felix, blogger and editor,

Woman with curly hair smiling
“I am #GIRLPossible when I defy stereotypes, build bridges, support girls’ and boys’ rights to have an education, and inspire others to be kind.” — Jeannette Kaplun, TV personality and founder,

Amber Katz smiling
“I am #GIRLPossible when I’m helping other women succeed, be it by mentoring, providing answers to beauty questions or recommending colleagues for a job opening or freelance opportunity.” — Amber Katz, founder,

Jeannine Morris in blue dress

“I am #GirlPossible when I’m sharing my wellness and nutrition knowledge and experience with my readers and answering their questions.” — Jeannine Morris, multimedia beauty and wellness reporter,

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