International Women’s Day

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Bringing you #balance on this awesome #internationalwomensday 🤗🙌🏼🤟🏼 Balancing life can be difficult and sometimes down right frustrating but once attained, balance can lead to wonderful things. To me, International Women’s Day isn’t about one sex/gender being superior to another but rather, it’s a celebration of unity; of a world where men and women can coexist and thrive, in a harmonious balance. Countless incredible women have inspired and mentored me. I am profoundly grateful to know so many wonderful, intelligent, kind, funny, strong and brave, souls. I believe that empowerment comes from supporting each other, believing in each other, and loving one another. Yes, it might sound cheesy but support, belief and unconditional love are a great foundation for success. A solid foundation gives hope and encourages dreams, serving as the fuel that keeps pushing us when life gets tough and rocky. With support and love, our mistakes don’t feel as much like utter failures, and our times of doubt and sorrow, become more manageable. Words of encouragement, kindness and gratitude are always empowering. I am truly grateful to be on this journey and adventure with all of you, as life is full of endless possibilities and wonder, when shared. – I encourage you to empower someone today. Tell someone something special and unique about them. Root for the underdog. Help lift someone up. What do YOU do to empower others? What does #internationalwomensday2019 mean to you?? – Wishing you all a safe and wonderful weekend!! 💛 Always, JLee Your #Sweet16

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Bringing you #balance on this awesome and special  #internationalwomensday 🤗🙌🏼🤟🏼
Balancing life can be difficult and sometimes downright frustrating but once attained, balance can lead to wonderful things. To me, International Women’s Day isn’t about one sex/gender being superior to another. But rather, it’s a celebration of unity; of a world where men and women can coexist and thrive, in a harmonious balance.

Countless incredible women have inspired and mentored me. I am profoundly grateful to know so many wonderful, intelligent, kind, funny, strong and brave souls. I believe that empowerment comes from supporting each other, believing in each other, and loving one another. Yes, it might sound cheesy but support, belief and unconditional love are a great foundation for success. A solid foundation gives hope and encourages dreams, serving as the fuel that keeps pushing us when life gets tough and rocky. With support and love, our mistakes don’t feel as much like utter failures, and our times of doubt and sorrow, become more manageable. Words of encouragement, kindness, and gratitude are always empowering. I am truly grateful to be on this journey and adventure with all of you, as life is full of endless possibilities and wonder when shared.

I encourage you to empower someone today. Tell someone something special and unique about them. Root for the underdog. Help lift someone up. What do YOU do to empower others? What does #internationalwomensday2019 mean to you??

Wishing you all a safe and wonderful weekend!! 💛 Always, JLee Your #Sweet16

@the_jessica_lee

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Jessica Lee is a Los Angeles based model, actress, host, inspiring influencer, motivational speaker and active volunteer. Her recent work includes being featured in a global ad campaign for United Airlines, model #16 on Deal or No Deal hosted by Howie Mandel and guest appearances on General Hospital. In her role as “Sweet 16” on Deal or No Deal, J Lee emerged as one of the stars of the show given her charisma, empathy and unique ability to connect with the contestants and the audience. J Lee was born in Seoul, Korea and raised in Colorado before moving to Los Angeles. She has a very diverse set of talents and interests including behavioral and neuroscience, avid reading, yoga, health & fitness, fashion, dance, art, music and sign language. She has a passion for working with and inspiring kids and is the co-chair of a non-profit literacy program that serves low income and high needs elementary schools.

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