3.9.17

Empowering the Next Generation with ivivva

Today’s post is written in partnership with ivivva Somerset Collection.

Inspired by active girls, created by lululemon. Athletic wear made to move.

As a woman, one of the things that I am most passionate about is being actively involved in creating a positive and encouraging environment for future generations of women. I’ve been lucky enough to be surrounded by strong women. From my mom, grandma, and aunts to teachers, colleagues and best friends, I am who I am because of their influence in my life. I am always grateful for all of the valuable lessons that I’ve learned from these amazing women throughout my life and continue to learn daily. I only hope to be a fraction of the light that they all have been in my maturing into adulthood and life.

Becoming a mom (and a BOY mom at that!) has only fueled my drive even more to be a good influence to the girls and women around me and to teach my sons the impact they will have on a future that ensures equality, embraces diversity, and spreads love and respect to the world.

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One of the best parts of this platform is the chance to work with and help spread awareness to brands that share the same type of passion and hope for our future generations. ivivva is a choice brand for girls created by lululemon to empower girls today and for the future. ivivva creates a future of possibility and celebrates the whole journey towards girls’ dreams and goals.

They create technical + beautiful premium products to support girls in all activities, sports, school and everything in between. ivivva designs are always inspired by today’s girls, as they know what’s best for their bodies.

What I love most about ivivva is their focus on building community through genuine and real relationships and their prioritization of connection over competition.

ivivva supports a lifestyle of health and wellness and a mindful approach to sports. They regularly host Dreams & Goals Workshops for girls in local communities to share the magic in creating a life they love through strategic goal-setting.

To promote this important message of empowerment, I’m teaming up with ivivva Somerset to giveaway four pairs of ivivva pants to a few, lucky readers. If you are local to southeastern Michigan, please leave a comment below and tell me about a strong, little girl in your life!

(Winners will be drawn at random and contacted via e-mail with instructions.)

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19 Comments

  1. This is beautiful! It’s important for our girls to do this kind of stuff!

    Sincerely Miss J
    http://www.sincerelymissj.com
    (last day for my giveaway!)

    Published 3.10.17
  2. Danielle wrote:

    My daughter Annabelle is a strong little girl!! She always amazes me. 🙂

    Published 3.10.17
  3. jessica wrote:

    My Emaline is so strong. She’s a tiny free spirit, withe determination and strength beyond her 3 years. She’s already taught me so much about being a mama and she’s only 3! She challenges me every single day, but I wouldn’t have it any other way! I had no idea lululemon had a girl’s store at somerset…where is it located??

    Published 3.10.17
  4. Amy Lu wrote:

    This is awesome! I love the message about empowering the next generation of girls. My sweet and strong little girl is my inspiration. She believes that she can do anything she dreams of and I absolutely adore that about her. Xo

    Published 3.10.17
    • JeeYoung wrote:

      You’re a giveway winner! Can you please comment back or e-mail me with your e-mail/contact info for the details?

      Thank you!

      Published 3.21.17
  5. That’s so awesome! I didn’t even know about the little girl’s brand of lululemon! And I’m from Michigan! But… not living there now.

    Published 3.10.17
  6. Beth wrote:

    My daughter Katherine is the sweetest most motivated girl I know. She works her hardest to excel at all she does and loves helping girls learn also!

    Published 3.11.17
  7. Polly wrote:

    My 10 year old daughter is strong enough to speak up for herself and others which can be difficult for young girls.

    Published 3.11.17
    • JeeYoung wrote:

      You’re a giveway winner! Can you please comment back or e-mail me with your e-mail/contact info for the details?

      Thank you!

      Published 3.21.17
  8. Kate wrote:

    What an amazing message to be sending! Wish I knew someone in MI to share this with!

    Published 3.11.17
  9. Patrice wrote:

    How great! I love keeping the kiddos active!

    Published 3.11.17
  10. Stephanie wrote:

    I love this post. I agree that it’s so important to empower young girls today. Thanks for sharing.

    Published 3.12.17
  11. Lauren wrote:

    My daughter is the strongest little girl I know. She is 6.5 and deals with life threatening food allergies and asthma. She is the sweetest little girl I know, so kind and always trying to make others feel good. I’m very proud of her!

    Published 3.12.17
    • JeeYoung wrote:

      You’re a giveway winner! Can you please comment back or e-mail me with your e-mail/contact info for the details?

      Thank you!

      Published 3.21.17
      • Lauren wrote:

        Hi! I sent an email to to simplyevery@gmail.comcyou so you would have my contact info. Thank you! We’re so excited!

        Published 3.22.17
  12. My two nieces, Dylan n Quinn are two of the most amazing little girls I have ever met.
    They are strong, confident, compassionate and bring so much joy and laughter to everyone they meet along there wonderful journey.

    Published 3.12.17
  13. Joanne Reizen wrote:

    My 6 year old granddaughter is amazing. Everytime my husband and I see her we are floored. He is a Physics Professor at the University of Michigan – he is staggered by her analytical thinking. I am always thrilled with how sweet, kind and empathic she is to others She is the light of our lives. Her favorite thing is to go shopping with her Mom at Somerset Mall.

    Published 3.12.17
    • JeeYoung wrote:

      You’re a giveway winner! Can you please comment back or e-mail me with your e-mail/contact info for the details?

      Thank you!

      Published 3.21.17
  14. Gina wrote:

    Ivivva builds authentic partnerships with non profits who empower girls too! Girls in the Know (www.girlsintheknow.org) is one of them. We’re hitting the road with a summer tour this June visiting ivivva Somerset!

    Published 3.12.17

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