The Strong Women Project: Uniting Brisbane Women To Share Their Stories

The Strong Women Project: Uniting Brisbane Women To Share Their Stories

Embrace your inner warrior.

By Grace Llewellyn | 24th October 2018

As it was international mental health day recently, it is fitting to announce this incredible project that is smashing Brisbane this November. The Strong Women Project is asking women from all over the world to come in to share this stories of success, personal insecurities or opinions on recent events.

The Strong Women Project Calendar Launch was initially created to promote women to be both strong and beautiful by showing them to the world that women don't have to be sexually objectified to look good, nor does it need to be the reason they step foot into a gym or begin exercising in the first place. Being a strong women doesn't mean you need to be insanely fit or go to the gym 27/7, being a strong woman is about overcoming the obstacles and falling more in love with yourself every single day.

On November the 3rd at Miss Bliss Wholefoods Kitchen in West End, The Strong Women Project will be launching their calendar for sale, with proceeds being donated to Friends With Dignity, a charity dedicated to helping those impact by Domestic Violence to rebuild their lives.

The Strong Women’s Project’s purpose is about creating an experience for women to embrace and empower who they are, and to empower other women to not be scared or intimated of being strong. This special event will be a safe place for women to share their stories of finding their inner warrior or ask advice on how to overcome mental obstacles. This event will also be guided by guest speakers like Chantal Coleman, Jill Wescombe and Zoe-Claire Yaworsky who will share their incredible stories of success and how they became ‘strong’.

As always, food will be provided as well as a complimentary drink on entry, lucky door prize, a raffle and goodie bags to take home. This will be an event you won’t want to miss!

Where: 85 Vulture Street, West End
When: Saturday 3rd November, 11:00am - 2:00pm
Info: For info and tickets, click here.


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Article by Grace Llewellyn

A true Brissy girl who loves her avo on toast and a sneaky espresso martini on a fine Friday afternoon (or everyday if she could!). She is an avid animal activist, currently volunteering at animal shelters and collecting anything sustainable from bamboo toothbrushes to shells from the beach. When she isn't catching the waves, Grace can always be found at her local gym getting her summer body ready or spending her money at Boutique fashion stores.