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Lea Michelle Launches #ActuallySheCan Campaign To Inspire Millennial Women

 

Lea Michelle holds u her "Be Your Own Boss" place card for her # campaign (photo credit: )

Lea Michelle holds u her “Be Your Own Boss” place card for her #ActuallySheCan campaign (photo credit: Justin Coit )

Actress, Lea Michelle, (Glee and Scream Queens) has launched #ActuallySheCan, her innovative campaign that aims to inspire young women to achieve their professional, personal, health, wellness and societal goals.

“I am sharing my #ActuallySheCan story, so I can help motivate and encourage all women to share their individual journeys and goals, so we can collectively help each other reach milestones. There is nothing more gratifying than seeing a woman leave her mark.” Lea Michelle

By sharing her own female empowerment goals including “be your own boss” and “you shine, I shine” on social media, she aims to encourage other millennials to do the same. “I attribute my personal and professional successes to not only my self- reliance and determination, but to the inspiration, education and support I received from others who helped me stay true to myself and my goals,” Lea Michelle says. Her thinking is that by embracing the hashtag and expressing ambitions and truths, women will perpetuate a larger conversation around female achievement and well-being. “I am sharing my #ActuallySheCan story, so I can help motivate and encourage all women to share their individual journeys and goals, so we can collectively help each other reach milestones. There is nothing more gratifying than seeing a woman leave her mark.” 

Lea Michelle holds up her "Successful - and not apologizing for it" place card for her #ActuallySheCan campaign (photo credit: Justin Coit)

Lea Michelle holds up her “Successful – and not apologizing for it” place card for her #ActuallySheCan campaign (photo credit: Justin Coit)

LaLaLadies think this is super fantastic. It’s so essential for women to embrace the women in our lives in positive, empowering ways. So, cheers to Lea for putting her energy into beginning an important movement.

iJustineLo Bosworth, as well as women’s health activists, are also in mutual support of #ActuallySheCan campaign because it serves as a platform that educates, celebrates and motivates young women to reach their full potential in an authentic way.

Join the cause by posting your own #ActuallySheCan photo and use @ActuallySheCan handle with hashtag #ActuallySheCan.

CALL TO ACTION:
Millennials are encouraged to join the #ActuallySheCan movement and share their goals on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. By visiting http://www.actuallyshecan.com, millennial women can join and gather more information on this exciting new campaign. They can also participate via social media by following @ActuallySheCan and using the hashtag #ActuallySheCan.

 

Actrress Lea Michelle holds up her "You shine, I shine" place card for her #ActuallySheCan campaign (photo credit: Justin Coit)

Actrress Lea Michelle holds up her “You shine, I shine” place card for her #ActuallySheCan campaign (photo credit: Justin Coit)

 

Here are some fun examples of #ActuallySheCan statements to get you going on your Twitter and Instagram feeds! Create a place card, hold it up and let’s hold each other up in this beautiful thing called life!

Smart and beautiful #ActuallySheCan
Single and loving it. #ActuallySheCan
Changed my mind. #ActuallySheCan
Having fries with that. #ActuallySheCan
Wearing the pants. Or the mini skirt. #ActuallySheCan
Breaking the glass ceiling – and not a single nail #ActuallySheCan
Open my own jars, doors and business. #ActuallySheCan
Ditching the diet. #ActuallySheCan
Selfie like no one is watching. #ActuallySheCan
Be your own boss. #ActuallySheCan
Not knowing what’s coming next—but knowing I can handle it. #ActuallySheCan
Getting back on the spin bike. #ActuallySheCan
Saying yes to the dessert menu. #ActuallySheCan
Crash and learn. #ActuallySheCan
Forgetting whose turn it is to text next. #ActuallySheCan
Leaving the rulebook at home. #ActuallySheCan
Resting Boss face. #ActuallySheCan
Successful—and not apologizing for it. #ActuallySheCan
Only dating feminist men. #ActuallySheCan
Getting back on the spin bike. #ActuallySheCan
Doing it “like a girl” is a compliment. #ActuallySheCan
Every movie is a “chick flick.” #ActuallySheCan
No second-guessing. #ActuallySheCan

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