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Women sharing 10 things in their life they are proud of has left the internet mesmerized

Women bring beauty to the most mundane things in life and these 10 things have left everyone feeling wholesome and mesmerizing.

Women sharing 10 things in their life they are proud of has left the internet mesmerized
Representative Cover Image Source: Pexels | Deeana Arts, Reddit | u/WhippieCake

Women bring beauty in the little things.

Representative Image Source: Pexels| Randomir Jordanovic
Representative Image Source: Pexels| Randomir Jordanovic

Women have the aura and capacity to bring beauty and add an elevated touch to the most random things. They possess the ability to transform even the simplest things, including themselves. Undoubtedly, this talented gift should hold much value in their eyes and they should take pride in the same. u/toastisthemostart shared a post on Reddit asking women to share things they take pride in and women did not disappoint. From cleaning to glamor to motherhood, women have shared a variety of heartwarming, mundane and other examples of what they're proud of.

1. Managing mental health

Representative Image Source: Pexels| Natalie Bond
Representative Image Source: Pexels| Natalie Bond

My resilience and perseverance, life just throws continuous shit sandwiches at you as a woman and you have to be mentally strong to survive it. u/Far-Tap4535 I’ve been able to be consistent in working out 4-5 days a week. It’s made me feel strong and at my best. It helps me mentally as well. u/justaperson5588 My need and want to always want to learn and be curious and open-minded. I wouldn’t even call it pride necessarily because I haven’t really done anything to be this way but I am more thankful for this feature I have. u/Top-Competition-2405

2. Making a cozy home

Representative Image Source: Pexels| Samson Katt
Representative Image Source: Pexels| Samson Katt

My home. I like to make it clean and comfy so that I and everyone in my life feel comfortable and cozy. u/sunshineandcats21. Beautiful. I can smell your scented Yankees from here. u/Tennispro5691. Yes love my cozy apartment. u/ImplementAwkward1105. My home. I've turned it into my sanctuary for me and my plants and I love my big master bedroom and bath. I paid it off in 8 years and am super stoked about that. u/LeighofMar

3. The feminine aura

Representative Image Source: Pexels| Moose Photos
Representative Image Source: Pexels| Moose Photos

How fun I am, I can literally make myself laugh any time and people close to me heard me laugh in my sleep a few times. I take pride that I don’t take anything too seriously. _unusual_. I am a good friend. I enjoy my own company in restaurants, picnics, etc. I am a great cook. I am able to work with difficult people without compromising my values. u/SnooFoxes5460. My independence, never needing support or help. u/sadsledgemain I am compassionate, considerate, kind and a hard worker. u/user

4. Breaking generational barriers

Representative Image Source: Pexels| Andrea Piacquadio
Representative Image Source: Pexels| Andrea Piacquadio

I clawed my way out of generational poverty. My family also has a generational issue with teenage pregnancy, which I didn't fall into either. Not that it's a judgment, I just saw how difficult it was for the girls and women in my family. I just didn't want that for myself. DueSomewhere8488. Ending generational trauma by going to therapy and not having kids. u/SacredSherbet. I'm breaking the cycle of untreated mental health problems in my family. u/GangstaGastrino

5. Acing one's unique qualities

Representative Image Source: Pexels| Godisable Jacob
Representative Image Source: Pexels| Godisable Jacob

Being able to enjoy my own company in public settings. On a silly note, wearing different colorful/kooky earrings every day of my existence! u/dumplingboob. My ability to connect with animals. Most dogs and cats will walk straight up to me, even animals whose owners swear up and down they never go to other people than them. u/WrestlingWoman. I'm a skilled quilter. I can also cook and bake quite well. u/SunsetandSilence

6. Making one's own decision about a family

Representative Image Source: Pexels| Tima Miroschnichenko
Representative Image Source: Pexels| Tima Miroschnichenko

That I'm not a parent yet!! Or could avoid it this long. I'm scared of being a parent, or just the idea of giving birth. u/Impossible-Bat90. As a parent, I can see your stance on this. It’s a huge commitment and you don’t know what type of child your kid will be until they’re here, even in full health. It’s aged me about 100 years. u/AJP8635.

7. Advanced degree

Representative Image Source: Pexels| Vatha Thang
Representative Image Source: Pexels| Vantha Thang

Advanced Degree. No one can take that away. Had to go through a lot of bullshit to get it, but very proud of it. u/Leopold_Bloom_ Yes! I feel this! it's very satisfactory like, "I did this for me." u/Leafyfire Seriously: my advanced degrees. I have an MD and an MPH. Superficially: my smooth, no acne skin with minimal hyperpigmentation. I worked so hard to get my skin to this point with retinol, AHa and vitamin C. u/TheSunscreenLife

8. Being composed and strong

Representative Image Source: Pexels| Tima Miroschnichenko
Representative Image Source: Pexels| Tima Miroschnichenko

My positive attitude. When shit hits the fan, I’m always able to find a silver lining. I didn’t learn to be that way until I was 20 (severely depressed & on the fence about whether to carry on) so I have immense gratitude for being able to turn my brain around and drastically change how I feel on the regular. Things don’t phase me anymore because I know they could be much worse and they could also be much better if I simply change my attitude. u/SnooCauliflowers7032

9. Getting back up at life

Representative Image Source: Pexels| Tirachard Kumtano
Representative Image Source: Pexels | Tirachard Kumtano

I take pride in being able to reclaim my life from my childhood abuser. She ruined my life for 7 long years and finally left when I was 15. When I was 17 I started working full-time, got my GED, and built a career where I am doing well today at 30 years old. I am the only one in my family who was able to move past this and build a life for myself and because of that, I am often the one everyone leans on. u/Jessica_rose_gg

10. Creativity

Representative Image Source: Pexels| Andrea Piacquadio
Representative Image Source: Pexels| Andrea Piacquadio

My creativity. I love writing and have done so since I was little, as far back as I can remember. I draw, I cosplay, I crochet, I paint. I take pride in having hobbies that are just for myself that (I feel) I'm pretty good at. u/battling_murdock. My creativity! I've been making visual art for most of my life. It's gotten me a lot of amazing opportunities and a job that I really love! u/WhippieCake

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