11 Best #GIRLBOSS Quotes For Your Instagram Caption

11 Best #GIRLBOSS Quotes For Your Instagram Caption

All you need is WiFi and a dream.
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If you’re anything like me, you think about Instagram captions more than the average human being.

It’s not because I’m afraid of sounding stupid, it’s because I want to project the best possible version of myself. I want someone to be scrolling through their feed, stop on my picture, read the caption and think, “Wow, that really inspired me to live my day with purpose and intention.” I want every girl to believe that she can be a #GIRLBOSS because without belief, we have nothing.

As silly as it sounds, I’m here to tell you that belief starts with your Instagram captions.

1. "Be that girl who wakes up with purpose and intent."

You know who she is. BE HER.

Perfect for: any pictures of yourself that you absolutely adore

2. "Raise your standards and the Universe will meet you there."

You are not the type of girl who settles. Keep not settling.

Perfect for: when you're raising your champagne glasses with your BFF's

3. "All you need is WiFi and a dream."

...and maybe an iced vanilla latte.

Perfect for: any photos that involve your laptop

4. "Empowered women empower women."

'Nuff said.

Perfect for: best friend pics

5. "Be grateful for what you have while you pursue what you want."

People think they need a DSLR camera to start a YouTube channel but all you really need is your iPhone. Just start with what you've got and the rest will follow.

Perfect for: simplistic shots in hipster coffee shops

6. "My goal is to create a life I don't need a vacation from."

You've gotta do what you love, right?

Perfect for: aesthetically pleasing desk photos

7. "If you always do what you’ve always done, you will always get what you’ve always got."

This one will have your followers reading it twice just to make sure they understand the meaning behind it.

Perfect for: pretty much any photo

8. "You've got to trust the process."

Trusting the process is one of the hardest things, but you've got to do it.

Perfect for: any progress pics

9. "If you are serious about changing your life, you will find a way. If not, you will find an excuse."

Quit making excuses!!

Perfect for: that time you accomplished something really amazing and everyone was jealous of you

10. "I'm too creative to have a 9 to 5."

The cubicle life isn't for me.

Perfect for: anytime you are expressing your true self

11. "Go after dreams, not people."

Don't ever go after people!!

Perfect for: ideas that are scribbled in cute notebooks with motivational phrases

Cover Image Credit: Instagram

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11 Things Only People With Texting Anxiety Will Understand

Did I respond too quickly? Ugh, auto-correct! Why is he taking so long to respond?
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Some lucky humans were blessed with the social confidence that others can only dream of. These divine individuals can text anyone--their crush, friend, boss, ex, you name it--without feeling nervous. How do these demigods face those three evil dots which signal an incoming response with such blatant disinterest? It's as if they know the response will be in their favor! Either that or they are so utterly courageous that even the possibility of rejection fails to strike fear into their hearts. Whatever magic these bold humans use, not everyone is as lucky. Here are some things that those without texting anxiety just won't understand:

1. Over analyzing punctuation and phrasing.

Via College Humor

I hear Ye Old Cafe has an awesome lunch menu!

2. Predicting a rejection and assuming the worst.

Via College Humor

Great, he hates me! He thinks I'm a total weirdo and is probably mocking my very existence right now.

3. Auto-correct embarrassment.

Via College Humor

Don't seem too eager... PLEASE LOVE ME! Dang, I think that was too eager...

4. Those three little dots of dread.



Via Jerk Magazine

Wow, your response time is impeccable... NOT! Just say what you need to say!

5. Assuming the worst when someone doesn't respond.

Via Tastefully Offensive

She has probably been attacked by zombies...and I was too slow to save her. Oh god! What if she's still being attacked? What do I do?

6. Feeling like a bother when you text first.

Via Pinterest

Hey! Oh dang, I'm probably annoying her...I take it back!

7. Trying to decipher the exact meaning of excess letters.


Via Confessions

"Funnyyy!" OK, three y's, that means he thinks I'm actually funny? No, he's definitely mocking me.

8. Deciding on a context appropriate emoji.

Via DailyMail

OK, to use the eggplant emoji or to not use the eggplant emoji...

9. Immediately regretting a text and wishing there was a way to undo it.

Via Pinterest

"LOL, you're sooooooo funny :)" OH GOD NO, that sounded way too eager! ABORT MISSION!

10. Wondering what you did wrong when someone is online but ignores your text.

Via Diaries of a Blonde

Great, that status was probably about me...she could at least say it to my face!

11. The fear of misinterpreting a text.

Via Life Hack

He didn't use a smiley face...that means he's mad at me! Or is he just busy? Or maybe he just didn't see it...should I send it again?

Cover Image Credit: Corri Smith

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Self-Employed Entrepreneurs Deserve Your Respect, I Learned That From My Father

The "do it yourself" mindset is something I have always looked up to.

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I respect those who have a vision for their life that does not necessarily fit the cookie cutter idea of a 9-5 job. Their vision does not fit just one job title, taking on so many roles in their life. They care so much about their career that they take matters into their own hands and do it themselves.

This "do it yourself" mindset is something I totally respect and look up to. When a vision is so widespread it cannot be contained in a 9-5 job. Whether it be a side hustle, a self-made business, or an idea you are trying to expand. Wanting to branch out and start your own work environment is outstanding.

For an entrepreneur, it's not all about the money. If it was, they would have probably chosen a more "stable" job. Instead, they perceiver through various obstacles that fulfill their dreams. The self-made business is way more than the money you can make, it's about what someone can do with the money; expand their brand, or support themselves and their loved ones. It's rare in today's world to find someone who genuinely just loves their job and is not just focused on the paycheck. Entrepreneurs enjoy their work.

But most importantly, they love what their work is, what it stands for, and how it affects and impacts others. Their work can leave an impact which is essentially the whole reason why they work so hard. It's the sense of accomplishment after finishing a difficult yet fulfilling project. Those who are self-employed work long, fluctuating hours in order to see their vision come to life. They do what it takes to accomplish their goals; struggle through financial obstacles, slow periods, and self-doubt.

My personal experience with this subject is very close to my heart. My father has worked for himself, being a contractor for 10 years. I never understood the extent of his hard work until recently. I see his hard work displayed through his enthusiasm to begin a new project. The "before" and "after" pictures are absolutely astonishing. My father built his own business remodeling houses along with various other jobs for others.

Seeing my father take on a new project is so inspiring. He will be so excited, talking about the vision he has for this old, dated kitchen remodel he's doing. He will totally transform this kitchen into a modern, clean-looking space. Just this total transformation is amazing to me. The blood, sweat, and tears he puts into every project are unremarkable. But, it's not the only thing I respect about him; it's about why he chose to work for himself in the first place.

My father is the type of person to have goals, visions, and inspirations. He does not just settle for the status quo. He is constantly finding new design ideas and implementing them in his projects. The best part for him? Seeing the look on his client's face when he reveals his work. He has such pride in his work. He had such a vision that he took a risk to start his own business, not knowing how it would all pan out.

Luckily for his hard work ethic and extreme talent, I've watched as my father grew his brand into something so successful. This never came without some hard times along the way. To me, that's what it's all about when you first decide to be a self-employed entrepreneur. The amount of respect I have for people who decide to take this risk and spark their dream into reality is unspeakable.

If you have a dream, it is definitely possible to achieve. I've watched my father grow his talent from the ground up in order to make a living. Take your passions, dreams, and goals and run with them. If you have a vision and want to make a difference, you should go after it and build off of it. Being original, working hard, and making a difference is most definitely respected.

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