10 Times Hillary Clinton Motivated Us To Be Our Best Selves

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By Jillian Stacia

Hillary Clinton is arguably one of the most dominant women alive right now. She’s spent her entire career devoted to public service, is a loving mother and grandmother, and is currently working her ass off campaigning to become the first female President of the United States.

There’s so much we can say about Hillary, but nothing is better and more inspiring than relishing in her own words of wisdom. To celebrate her birthday, we’ve compiled a list of the top 10 Hillary Clinton us that inspire, empower, and motivate us to become strong, badass, PRESIDENTIAL women:

1. When you need to remember to have thick skin:

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2. When you are trying to be brave:

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3. When you receive unfair criticism:

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4. When people comment on your appearance instead of your work:

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5. When you realize how far we still have to go:

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6. When you are trying to define yourself:

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7. When you recognize the ridiculousness of it all:

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8. When the men in your life are taken more seriously than you are:

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9. When you’re thinking about the damn glass ceiling:

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10. When it’s November 8th:

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Yas queen.

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Happy birthday, soon-to-be Madam President! Thank you for continuing to fight for our wellbeing!


Jillian is part of the Contributing Writer Network here at Thirty On Tap. To apply to become a Contributing Writer, please click HERE.

{photo courtesy of ABC News}

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