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I get lost in my thoughts way too often, and am constantly dreaming of a better alternative or life I should try to live, all while being snapped back to the harsh reality. My savings are either laughable or praisable depending on the month and right when things are going great for me they fall apart. I find myself constantly reminding myself that the hope I have for my future still lingers, and I have to continue to focus on who I want to be. This question is always at the back of my mind. I want to be a woman who knows how to keep herself alive , let alone a plant. I would be so satisfied to actually keep a plant alive for more than three days.

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What Kind of Woman Do I Want to Be?

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I like the idea of rebirth. I like spring. What burdens do I need to emerge from, butterfly-style? Who do I want to become? Start working on becoming the right person.

I read that the other day, and it stuck. I want to be the kind of woman who writes thank you cards. Who lets managers know when she gets good service. Who writes appreciative reviews for small businesses. Who lives through gratitude, and means it. I want to be the kind of woman whose gratitude is a constantly distributed gift, an open bar; not an investment with an expected return. I want to be the kind of woman who is thankful day by day, step by step.

If I am grateful for this step, can the next step be just as good, please? No; I want to be the kind of woman who is grateful because it is just who she is. And when she says thank you, she simply means to say, That step was good.

You helped make it good. Grazie, gracias, merci. I want to be the kind of woman with an open-door policy. Who knows her neighbours by name, aim, and favourite food…if they let her. I want to be that obnoxiously sweet lady-two-doors-down, the one who makes lots of casseroles. Moving day? I could be that woman, I think. That would be a good woman to be. I want to be the kind of woman with lots and lots of stories. I never, ever want to be boring.

I want to be the kind of woman who was there for that thing. Who has the scars, tattoos, pictures, friendships, and memories to prove it. I want to be the kind of woman with guitar-bred finger calluses, with laugh lines and dimples, with sun-kissed shoulders and tired, blistered feet.

I want to be the kind of woman who has mastered the art of witty retorts. Who laughs a lot, and who swears every now and then —because honestly, cursing sometimes makes the punchline better.

Not always. And not in mixed company, I guess. Hopefully, though, I can be the kind of woman who mostly keeps company which can handle crazy stories and cursing.

I want to be the kind of woman who exercises. I want to be the kind of woman who dresses up for Halloween. And who puts up Christmas lights. I want to be the kind of woman who has mastered the art of appetizers, conversation and corny holidays. Who knows how to make a good martini. Who has a solid supply of not-so-secret recipes and crowd-pleasing playlists. I know, I know, all of this costs money. And I know that money may not always be there.

Hopefully, I can be the kind of woman that is okay with that, too. I would like very much to be a woman of faith—because I currently am, and it serves me well.

But again, not a fair goal. What I do want to be is a woman of grace—you know, that thing that happens when personal values meet interpersonal compassion. I want to be the kind of woman who can hold herself to a code of loyalty, honesty, and kindness, but who uses those things to Love better—not to be condescending or proud.

So, grace. Lots of grace. I want to be the kind of woman who is radically patient with people and with herself. Who has the courage to love the world, even when it seems particularly cruel.

I want to be the kind of woman who is continually educated and insatiably curious. Who speaks a couple languages, who knows her geography, and who travels lots and lots. I want to be the kind of woman who knows enough to be aware of the fact that she knows nothing. Who has about 10 questions for every answer. But I do want to be the kind of woman who brings the family and the edgy jokes, and the free spirit along for the ride—and makes sure the ride involves lots and lots of learning.

I want to be the kind of woman who lights up when she talks and hears about the world, and whose curiosity is infectious. What a great post! You are truly inspiring. I think those are wonderful goals for anyone to want to attain.

I smiled when you said you like the idea of rebirth because I got a tattoo of a phoenix and when people ask why I got it I tell them that exact thing: I like the idea of rebirth. Of bursting into flames and rising from the ashes. I got up, I spread my wings, and flew. I want to be a better person today than I was yesterday.

So simple, but very true. This post is absolutely wonderful- so beautifully said! I think I struggle with reality versus appearance in some of these things. Sometimes my deepest me is way too self-centered. Interesting—thanks for the comment, some good food for thought! You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account.

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What Kind of Woman Do I Want To Be?

I like the idea of rebirth. I like spring. What burdens do I need to emerge from, butterfly-style? Who do I want to become? Start working on becoming the right person.

I want to be the kind of woman Who makes eyes crinkle And lips part with truths that are heavy Grounded With the strength to lean on The guidance to lead And the grace to make it look easy. I want to be the kind of woman Who sees under first impressions The layers and quirks Who dives into a soul and swims in its murky waters To save drowning dreams and bring them back to the surface. I want to be the kind of woman With a chameleon spirit who blends into her environment And carries nothing but intuition in her purse for protection.

I love quotes that are are assigned to unknown authors. We never know where they came from or the kind of person who wrote them. That said, I have always loved this quote and wondered what women in our community would think of it. For me, this quote communicates the need that most women have to bring significance to the world. After publishing this quote on our Sixty and Me Facebook page, I discovered, perhaps not surprisingly, that it was actually spoken by Maya Angelou, a woman whose words of inspiration have impacted the lives of so many women around the world.

What Kind of Woman Do You Want to Be?

I had the privilege of working with 40 girls at the Women of the World Festival during two workshops this past weekend. The workshop, much like the festival itself, was aimed at celebrating why being a girl is cool — and empowering women of all ages. She has perfect hair. She has lots of friends. Everyone wants to be her. I said the women could be real or fictional, but almost every girl talked about women they knew. Mostly their moms, friends, and aunts.

This is The Kind Of Woman I Know I Want To Be

We have the best relationship and are so close. He is home for me. No matter where we have lived, he has made me feel so safe and loved. Another amazing thing has been meeting some amazing women who I admire and look up to in so many ways.

As we observe women in the church today, we see the vast majority striving to meet perfection.

It's not often that I am lost for words, but it was such a brilliant question, that I couldn't actually answer it. Try now for a second and see if you can do it. Read the question again and see if you answer it, straight off the bat.

WHAT KIND OF WOMAN DO YOU WANT TO BE?

Because I needed some time. Certainly not in recent years anyway. And I love it!

Over the past few months, I have adopted a mantra for myself: "What kind of woman do you want to be? This Friday is my 27th birthday. That fact, in and of itself, isn't that important. I'm not one of those girls who dreads -- or even pretend to dread -- turning a year older. I like celebrating my birthday, and I realize that 27 is still young.

What Kind of Woman Are You? One of My Favorite Maya Angelou Quotes

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