Friday, November 21, 2014

#GirlsCan: Women Empowerment & Cover Girl! #Giveaway

As strong women, we can do anything we put our minds to, and COVERGIRL knows that #GirlsCan follow their dreams and turn any "can't" into a CAN!



Whether you're tackling an obstacle the day has thrown your way or gearing up for a girls' night out on the town with friends, COVERGIRL can help keep you feeling empowered and beautiful!As a single mother I have obstacles almost on a daily basis but I try my very best to keep a positive attitude and do my very best for my children. Even in tough times, although I may get discouraged, I've had the awesome support of some amazing people in my life, so I know what a little encouragement can do and will do for these women in need!




This month, COVERGIRL is donating $55,000 to Dress for Success...an international not-for-profit organization that promotes the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support, and the career development tools to help women thrive in work and life. I think this is amazing! What a wonderful way to support women from around the world. 


How can you help? For a limited time, look for specially marked packs of COVERGIRL Flamed Out Mascara on the #GirlsCan display at your local Walmart.

One AWESOME reader will win a $25 Walmart Gift Card...Yay!

Simply enter on the Rafflecopter form below...Good Luck!

This is a sponsored post on behalf of Covergirl, however all opinions are entirely my own.

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64 comments:

  1. My #girlscan moment is Rock Climbing. I can out climb a lot of my guy friends and IT FEELS AWESOME! lol

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  2. My #GirlsCan moment was to run the first marathon.

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  3. My #GirlsCan moment was when I graduated from college! I was the first in my family to attend college and graduate!

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  4. My #GirlsCan moment is when I graduated college.

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  5. I went back to college at the age of 43

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  6. My #GirlsCan moment was when I graduated college

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  7. I tell my girls they can be and can do anything they want #GirlsCan

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  8. My #GirlsCan moment was a when I was interviewed for a job, and I did not have a lot of experience, and I told the interviewer that I know that I can learn and do this job! He said I will give you a trial and see if you work out. I learned so fast that I was full time within a month. I

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  9. My girl can moment was driving the truck.

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  10. being a mom is hard but i can do it

    freebiel0ve@yahoo.com

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  11. I scored the highest batting average on the baseball team full of boys.

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  12. My #GirlsCan moment is when I purchased our home as a single mom!

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  13. I have a lot of those #GirlsCan moments! I remember training for a half marathon and thinking I would never be able to do it! I did it! :)

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  14. When I come to America and I wasn't know to speak one word , I start a new life in a foreign country without my family and friends ... the only help was my husband , in that days fiancé. ...I leave everything for love

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  15. I do not have a #GirlsCan moment. However, I believe #GirlsCan do anything and everything!

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  16. I was raised that girls can do anything just as well as boys, that being said I probably had some moments and just didn't realize it.

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  17. I turned everyone telling me I cant start my own business into cant

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  18. My girls moment was helping to rebuild my first house a number of years ago.

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  19. I was told I can't get the house I am in now because of my lack of credit,but I proved I can (#girlscan),by getting around that and gathering up the crediters that have not reported to the credit agencies and got letters of my good payment history,and it worked :) I am still in this house and it has been 14 yrs. :)

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  20. My #GirlsCan story is I used to be into boxing. The guys always thought I fought like a boy. nope I fought like a girl :)

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  21. At a particularly stressful time in my life I decided to do something positive so I enrolled in grad school and earned an advanced degree.

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  22. Oh yes I had the chance for a ride in a helicopter.
    I was so scared and at first thought no way can I do that!
    After thinking a bit didn't want to give up this so did it anyway.
    I lived to talk about it!
    thank you

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  23. I've got lots of girlscan moments but I consider my kids my biggest accomplishment - love them lots

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  24. My #GirlsCan moment was hiking Yosemite. Didn't think i could.

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  25. When I started my own business at the age of 17.

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  26. Every morning is a can moment for me, I feel like. Raising 2 toddlers and a 7 year old, mostly by myself, is.. challenging.

    nathansmommy619(At)aol(dot)com

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  27. I love reading all of your amazing accomplishments!

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  28. I didn't think I would survive labor 4 months ago but I thought about my baby and husband and made it through.

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  29. I started strength training and getting fit.

    Thank you for the nice giveaway!

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  30. My family did not have high ambitions but as a teen I applied for and then attended college, the first in my family, states away from home.

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  31. My aunt told me I could never be a nurse but I got a college degree in nursing in the mid 70's and worked as a nurse for almost 20 years and then nursed my family member.s My aunt died before I finished college. Rosanne

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  32. My #GirlsCan moment is when I graduated college at age 30.

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  33. My moment was when I bought my house at the age of 24 #girlscan

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  34. My #GirlsCan moment was when i started my business

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  35. Every single day for me is turning I can't into I can because I am a single mom.

    kport207 at gmail dot com

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  36. I ran CrossCountry in Highschool, and when it came to beating the boys, I always did.

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  37. Learning how to drive a vehicle with a standard transmission! And also when I graduated college :)

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  38. I'm almost 50, so this may sound common this days...I was the first girl to play on an organized all-boy baseball league.

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  39. I started running a few months ago. Never was a runner and it makes me feel better when I'm feeling down. It's empowering.

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  40. I can't really think of a good moment!

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  41. My #GirlsCan moment was graduating from nursing school as a single mom of 4.

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  42. Girls only can moment~ having a baby! I have never felt so empowered! I can't wait to teach my daughter that she can do anything.

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  43. My moment was when I became a Federal Officer.

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  44. My #GirlsCan moment was going back to school.

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  45. i succesful raised two boys all by myself and they turn out to be good boys

    lmurley2014@yahoo.com

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  46. #GirlsCan I did not think I could manage a job, home and two small children if my husband was deployed. He has been deployed twice for a year each time and after it was over I could actually say I can do anything!
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  47. I cannot think of any particular #GirlsCan moment, but I know if we put our mind to it we can accomplish great things in life.

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  48. My friend talked me into starting to run 5K races, I was never a runner in the past unless something was chasing me, but with her, we have ran two and I am sore but feel very accomplished!

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  49. I don't have a moment yet, but my niece did become the only girl on her high school football team.
    Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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  50. MY #GirlsCan moment graduated college with a baby

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  51. Mine was living on my own with no help from anyone.

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  52. I did not think I was going to graduate from college but I made it!

    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

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  53. not that I can think of at the moment

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  54. When I put myself through college working full time and finally graduated

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  55. My #GirlsCan moment was realizing how absolutely amazing my 4 daughters (now grown) have turned out, largely due to my influence. :)

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  56. I'm a dude so no moment sorry :) thanks for the chance to win.

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  57. My #GirlsCan moment is when i lost 150 pounds all on my own.

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  58. #GirlsCan moment lifted something super heavy.i said no i can't do that.i did it though.was pretty proud

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  59. I took a leave of absence from college to have my daughter and i was told I'd never go back. I went back when she was two years old. I worked full-time and attended a full schedule of classes and I did it! #girlscan moment was up on that stage accepting that diploma.

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  60. My #GirlsCan moment was when got my ged and went on 2 college

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