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“Does anyone else feel bad when they can’t do as much work when they’re on their period?”
Immediately every woman on our group chat reacted in unison.
In the past, I would have echoed a similar sentiment of guilt and shame, but now I know better. I told the group, “I used to, but don't at all anymore. Our periods are our body's way of flushing out the things we don't need anymore, which if you think about it, is pretty amazing! So now it's a process I honor, and I remind myself that taking care of me and my body comes first. If I do that, work and everything else will be better too. I am my most valuable asset.”
We’re back again with the big question: “How does she do it all?” Successful women don’t. They prioritize and ask for help, and we’re here to normalize that convo.
ICYMI: House of Wise went live on Clubhouse with Rachel Hofstetter for a 30-minute empowerment convo. Clubhouse is an audio-only social platform for participants to drop into rooms of various topics.
At House of Wise, we stand for fairness, equality, and empowerment of women who want to take control of their lives. That’s why we’re a proud partner of Last Prisoner Project, a nonprofit organization fighting criminal injustice and reimagining drug policy specifically on cannabis-related incarceration.
Imagine if making a profit from a cannabis business landed you in jail for years. That’s why over 40,000 people in the U.S. are incarcerated — for something others are successfully building in public.
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