11 Feb #NicheParent Community Joins the #NaturalDay Movement!

Sanah Jivani natural day
Sanah Jivani, 16, was diagnosed with a hair loss condition called Alopecia at the age of three. In middle school, the condition became worse. Soon the bullying began. She turned to wigs as a way to feel beautiful. Soon she realized wearing a wig wouldn’t make her any more beautiful than she already was. Her true beauty came from letting go of her insecurities and loving herself. This is when she realized the power of loving yourself in your own natural way. During a moment of courage, she turned to YouTube and removed her wig and shared her story. She then asked others to  be their own definition of beauty. “Natural Day” and the movement was born.

#NaturalDay is February 13, 2014. Tomorrow night, we’re getting together to use social media to help raise awareness for this great movement about this important day. Join us February 12 at 9 pm EST for a Twitter chat to celebrate our own definition of what natural beauty means.  Whether that means going without a wig, skipping make up, or letting go of any insecurities you may have about your body or self worth, we want everyone to feel beautiful inside and out, just the way they are. Click below to watch Sanah’s heartfelt story.

We’re all in and I hope you are too!  RSVP Here then Click to Tweet and invite others! I’m going natural with @SanahJivani on #NaturalDay! Will you join the movement? RSVP here http://wp.me/p1YBrj-16g

“Be your own definition of beauty” – Sanah Jivani.

Go to http://westophate.org/natural-day/ for more details.

FOLLOW @SanahJivani on Twitter Tweet using #naturalday

Nadia Jones
nadia@thenetworkniche.com

Nadia is the CEO & Owner of The Network Niche Influencer Agency. Nadia has over 8 years of social media marketing experience connecting bloggers and online influencers to brands. She’s been named an “innovator” and “game changer” by her peers for leading the way in how brands connect to diverse and multicultural bloggers.

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