There is NO Such Thing as a Stupid Question #ShineStrong {Giveaway} #PGMom

ERASE the phrase “Stupid Question” from your vocabulary!

In this day and age, it is even MORE important that we raise our daughters to be strong and confident! They are faced with so many challenges growing up. I want my daughter to be confident (but not TOO confident) and to have personal strength. I want her personality to shine out upon the world and for it to land upon many smiling faces.

I feel the need to add a side note here…
There are SO many amazing campaigns like this, surrounding women and girls, I want to express the importance of our boys growing up to SHINE STRONG too! They also face challenges, just different ones and it is important that parents help them become confident contributors to our world too.

I digress…..I don’t remember a lot from my childhood, but one thing that I DO remember is my parents teaching me that there is NO such thing as a stupid question…EVER! If you aren’t sure about something, you should feel confident enough to ask so that you do understand and if anyone laughs at you for it, you can feel good about yourself because you had the courage and strength to ask. This is something that I have tried to teach my children.

There is NO such thing as a stupid question in my books. If you are unsure, it is always better to ask! Be strong and be yourself and you will succeed.

This is a great video – except I don’t even like to hear the mention of a “stupid question”, even if it is to make a point…

Be STRONG and SHINE

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Giveaway ends: August 27, 2014 11:59pm EST

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160 Responses to There is NO Such Thing as a Stupid Question #ShineStrong {Giveaway} #PGMom

  1. DARLENE W says:

    I am proud of volunteering at Homefront Cancer Services

  2. Jody Doncaster says:

    I finally got the blinds changed out in the entire house! Put off too long!

  3. Dreena says:

    I created a beautiful garden!
    Cheers.

  4. flowerchild23 says:

    Planted flowers and they didn’t die.

  5. Lisa Knox Neutel says:

    Helping a new neighbour settle into the community

  6. ShariD says:

    I am proud of teaching my little grandson lots of new words and spending so much time playing with him.

  7. Juliee Fitze says:

    I’m proud that I got out west to see my granddaughter.

  8. nikki robak says:

    i am proud of my grandchildren

  9. Dayna Corriveau Wilson says:

    I’m proud of surviving my father’s suicide.

  10. Heidi C. says:

    I am proud of spending a lot of quality time with my kids this summer.

  11. fossie55 says:

    I am proud of travelling to visit my son and his family and going camping with them.
    Florence C

  12. Lisa Knox Neutel says:

    I am proud of spending an entire week with my family (mom,dad and brother) with no fighting or arguing

  13. Christine D says:

    I am proud, and blessed, to being able to do everything I do around the house. I’m a first time Mom so I worried I wouldn’t be able to keep up with everything. But, my daughter is absolutely wonderful and allows me to get things done.

  14. Victoria Ess says:

    I ran my first half marathon!

  15. Linda B says:

    I am proud to say I have so far been Cancer free for over 2 yrs now…..I have been more appreciative of life and my suroundings. I have eaten more healty foods and exercising more.

  16. Wendy Hutton says:

    proud that I accomplished some gardening even with a bad back and daily arthritis pain

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  18. Elva Roberts says:

    I helped and am helping my husband cope with the onset of a debilitating disease. It is something that we do daily.

  19. Elva Roberts says:

    I agree that there is no such thing as a ‘stupid question.’ I think every educator should be teaching his/her stufents. Many people do not want to be the one asking obvious questions. They do not want to ‘lose’ face. This attitude shows lack of confidence and greatly hinders the learning process. Kudos to you.

  20. kristen visser says:

    I am proud that I have made it through the summer being pregnant πŸ™‚ theres been some days that I just have no energy and want to sit on my butt all day, but i get myself up and play with my 22 month old daughter, take her outside to the park, for a walk etc. Only a couple weeks left <3

  21. Dreena says:

    I’m proud of tackling my messy, disorganised, packed closet! I’m nearly done and I feel so much better that there is breathing room in there!
    Cheers.

  22. kathy downey says:

    I’m proud of making 25 blankets for the local animal rescue group

  23. margaretsmith says:

    Our oldest child is getting ready to go to college and we spent a good part of the summer searching colleges. I’m proud that we accomplished all we needed to complete.

  24. Nicole says:

    I’m proud that I passed the CRNE!

  25. cynthiac says:

    I am proud that I got some things organized. Now on to the rest!

  26. cole mckinnon says:

    You are fortunate to have had parents that allowed you to ask anything, believing there was no such thing as a stupid question. I cannot claim the same, however, with our daughter, anything was up for grabs vis-a-vis questions.

    • I am very fortunate that my parents taught me that, yes. Although admittedly, I didn’t always feel comfortable asking them all questions! It was more in life and in school πŸ™‚

      • cole mckinnon says:

        I guess I got my answers at school from my peers, albeit sometimes incorrect, but I made sure with our daughter and granddaughters that nothing was off limits when it came to questions.

  27. Victoria Ess says:

    I’m proud of running a marathon!

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  29. gizfarris says:

    I am proud to have kept my home clean after doing my spring cleaning.

  30. Wanda Tracey says:

    I am so proud of my new grandson who was born in August and so proud of my son for being a great father.I feel like I have succeeded in teaching my kids some great family values and how important it is to keep telling them and showing them how much you love them.

  31. mohammad anjum says:

    LIKE TO CLEAN HOME

  32. lp says:

    have been walking daily – each day the trip gets a little longer. that’s real progress. thanks

  33. Belinda McNabb says:

    I am proud that quit smoking

  34. LILLIANM says:

    proud that I am me and don’t have to pretend to be someone that I’m not

  35. Victoria Lynch says:

    Proud that I have made 500 pairs of earrings and that were all made by me and my 10 year old little girl.

  36. Lee-Ann says:

    I am proud of getting my daughter to finally clean her room – on a regular basis!!!

  37. sunshine says:

    we had a list of ‘adventures’ to go on this summer (DD is 5) and we have done almost all of them, and since it looks like school won’t start on time (strike) we should be able to do them in September.

  38. Heidi C. says:

    I am proud of going for daily walks with my kids and our dog.

  39. Brenda Witherspoon-Bedard says:

    I am proud that I attend yoga 4-5 times a week

  40. Victoria Ess says:

    I’m proud of starting my yoga practice up again.

  41. Jenn L says:

    I am proud of losing 10 pounds!

  42. Yuen Ch says:

    I am proud of not spending money on useless things!

  43. Theresa Markham-Thomas says:

    it’s a great way to make everyone around you smile, is if you can smile about yourself first

  44. Theresa Markham-Thomas says:

    the first part is missing sorry here’s the first part is: I learned that I can fight formelf when before I used to think I need to be told now I realize I had low self-esstem so I told those how I felt and tht’s when I learned I needed to be able speak up even if I felt scared because better out then inside causing phyical pain so I learn to smile inside and….

  45. kathy downey says:

    I am proud I am finally learning to walk with my braces

  46. Lynda Cook says:

    I’m proud that I gave up pop and just been drinking water

  47. Jody Doncaster says:

    I am proud I drove my daughters car from Calgary to Waterloo in under to days to bring it home to her

  48. Steph BKN says:

    I’m proud of saving up money to buy a small tent trailer & taking the kiddos camping on my own and surviving!!! Next accomplishment, pack one hubby in the back & convince him into loving camping as much as us !

  49. SeanM says:

    I cut and stacked all the wood for the winter

  50. Josie says:

    I’m proud of joining a fitness class to try to be healthier. I hate exercise but I’ve gone to every class

  51. Lisa Knox Neutel says:

    I am proud of not feeling stressed this summer with my kids home

  52. Linda B says:

    I’m proud that after 8 yrs living here, I finally cleaned out the spare room of boxes and boxes of “STUFF” that I packed and moved here that I thought I needed and don’t! Took a lot of will power to let go of things I had of the past!! πŸ™‚

  53. Lee-Ann says:

    I am proud that I have stood my ground (and boundaries) with a person 9to remain nameless) this summer SHINE STRONG!

  54. julie_bolduc says:

    I accomplished not stressing to with the kids this summer and it made the summer perfect

  55. ToCo says:

    That I excelled at sales and smiled all the way! πŸ™‚

  56. kathy downey says:

    I am proud of not stressing and relaxing and baking with the grandkids when they come for the weekends

  57. Jill Myrick says:

    I am proud of growing our own fruits and vegetables this summer and getting them canned and stored for winter.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

    • That is a lot of hard work and so worth it! How much money do you figure you save by doing it this way?

      • Jill Myrick says:

        We started our own garden after my husband sodium induced heart attack so that everything that we eat is fresh without the added sodium. It is a lot of hard work but keeps us in shape lol.
        And saves us about $2500 – $3000 a year by growing it ourselves.

  58. Linda B says:

    I’m proud of myself for getting out and meeting new people in my neighborhood this summer!

  59. Shirley says:

    I am proud of getting my hair cut very short, just below ears, from it being almost to my waste in length!

  60. Lee-Ann says:

    I am proud that I grew two pots of tomatoes this year (only one ripe so far..) SHINE STRONG!

  61. susan1215 says:

    I’m proud that I lost 30 pounds this Summer.

  62. kathy downey says:

    I’m proud that I lose19 lbs this summer

  63. Victoria Ess says:

    I got back into yoga this summer.

  64. Yuen Ch says:

    I tried an intense fitness class, sore for 2 days after that!

  65. Nena Sinclair says:

    I’ve been eating better for my health and getting my diabetes under better control πŸ™‚

  66. mommakoala says:

    I am proud to celebrate 30 years of marriage!!
    (Debbie W)

  67. Lisa Knox Neutel says:

    I’m proud that I turned 39 and didn’t have a melt down

  68. kristen visser says:

    I am proud that my 22 month old daughter is finally picking up on the things I have been teaching her πŸ™‚ makes mommy proud

  69. Victoria Ess says:

    I found out that I just got published in an academic journal!

  70. Vixtoria says:

    Strong is making it through life still smiling πŸ™‚

  71. Lee-Ann says:

    I actually made sure that my legs were shaved EVERY time I wore leg baring clothes…and if you knew me..you would know that is a HUGE accomplishment. Maybe next year I’ll accomplish doing my toenails for wearing sandals more than once..and then just leaving the polish to chip and fall off…..

  72. Yuen Ch says:

    I am proud of not gaining weight this summer!

  73. kathy downey says:

    I am proud of helping others over the summer

  74. Robert says:

    We are very proud of our accomplishments in the garden this year. We made a fire pit , put down pavers and bought a nice out door patio table with 6 chairs.

  75. Maria Simon says:

    well I helped out kids in our neighborhood and I helped my little daughters friend whose mother passed away from cancer

  76. DARLENE W says:

    When a question is asked an answer is needed, so as a parent and grandparent you need to take the time to answer

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