Read & Relax — womanhood

Check In With Yourself & Others

Posted by Ashley Ellis on

Check In With Yourself & Others

Stop and take a look around. Look at who you share your life with, look at how you spend your time, but make sure you notice what you are missing. What would make you happier? What would make your life better? How could you make someone else's life brighter? It only takes a few moments to check in with yourself and others. 

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Setting A Positive Example

Posted by Ashley Ellis on

Setting A Positive Example

Setting a positive example for younger women is so important. We should remind them that they are worth it, they are strong, empower them, make sure they know that they are capable of so much! Reminding others, also reminds ourselves and who doesn't need a reminder every now and again? 

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The Power of the Bra!

Posted by Deanne Fitzpatrick on

Here at 30 Church Women's Clothing we love women's bodies. All women's bodies. And we know that the shape of any body can be enhanced by the right outfit. No matter what you think of your figure, we know that there are styles and designs that will make you feel beautiful. That said, no matter how gorgeous a piece a woman wears on the outside, her whole outfit can be sabotaged by the wrong undergarment. It's true. Ever wonder why some days you look in the mirror and it seems like all your lumps and bumps are showing in all the wrong places? Could it be...

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What does it mean to be a woman???

Posted by Deanne Fitzpatrick on

Deanne and I (Holly) were chatting the other day about this question and thought it might be a neat conversation starter blog post. As you read my thoughts on the question, think about it from your own perspective and maybe even share your thoughts. Let’s agree right off the bat that we won’t likely have the same views, however. Being a woman is a very personal and individual experience on which I certainly do not profess to hold any authority! (Nor do I intend to get political on the subject…) To me, in spite of nearing age 40, I consider...

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