We often call The Pink Event the “Ultimate Women’s Day Out” because it provides a space to create and foster new relationships, learn about other businesses through vendors, hear inspirational words, and dance, drink and eat along the way.
As women, we are often trying to take care of everyone and can forget about ourselves. One of the most important relationships that we can have, is with our girlfriends!
It’s easy to become so busy that we no longer have as much time for people outside of our immediate family. Relationships usually last, but maybe we aren’t as close as we once were, or aren’t making as much time for others as we would like to be doing.
We wanted to give a few reasons why we think The Pink Event is important for your relationships, but also why we should continue to really put in more effort into our relationships in 2020.
We all need a self-care moment, but how do we make time? It’s especially hard when we work full time, have demanding bosses, children, and a partner, and feel like we have to do it all. Let’s be honest, with hustle culture there is also a drive to always be doing. So how can we stop right now at this very minute, and start making changes towards self-care? We have a few suggestions for you that have worked for us.
Today we are sharing a few quick tips, including some from the founder of The Pink Event, Tamika. Let’s do these, together. Are you ready?
We are so excited to announce that the extremely talented Cecily will be performing at The Pink Event! She will have two performances that you will be able to catch during your Pink Event experience. We think she is the perfect fit because we believe that her uplifting music will add to an inspirational day.
From her website:
Cecily is a local artist from Washington, D.C. who is known for being an agile soprano with honest lyrics. Her musical portfolio includes opening for award winning jazz and soul artists Gregory Porter and Jose James, R&B stars Johnny Gill, Kenny Lattimore, and Elle Varner, folk artist Becca