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SheSpeaks Community Survey: Continue the Conversation!

SheSpeaksTeam By SheSpeaksTeam 05.21.20
SheSpeaks Community Survey: Continue the Conversation!
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This week, we sent out a SheSpeaks Community Survey to learn more about you, our members. Thanks to all who took it - we were excited to read all that you had to say.

Check out some of the results and continue the conversation below. Then enter for the chance to win $50 to get started on your dreams!

How we are Feeling

Though most of you would like things to improve in your life, it was great to see that the majority of you still consider yourself happy and that you find your life fulfilling. We especially loved learning how many of you would like to have an impact on the world!
Tell us more: What do you want to improve about your life? What do you find fulfilling?

Our Dreams & Motivation

Many of us have dreams of personal enrichment projects that we've started or would like to start, though we sometimes have difficulty finding the energy to get started.
Tell us more: What personal enrichment projects would you like to start - or have you started?

Women Supporting Women

43% of you said that women are supportive of other women most of the time and 54% said they are supportive sometimes but not often. Our members feel that women are most supportive of each other in their personal life and less supportive in politics or at their work or job.
Tell us more: How have you felt supported by other women?

Social Media

We look to social media to connect with friends and family, to be entertained, to pass the time and to keep up-to-date on news and current events.
Tell us more: Why do you use - or not use - social media?

Let's continue the conversation! Enter to win $50 to get started on your dreams!

There are three ways to enter:
  1. Comment below with your answers to any of the questions asked in the blog post above.
  2. Take the survey HERE. Note: everyone who takes this survey is eligible to win one of three Amazon gift cards.
  3. Comment on our discussion board HERE.
The more you enter, the more chances you have to win!

*One lucky contestant will be chosen at random to receive $50. Winner can choose how the prize is given: PayPal, or a gift card to Walmart, Amazon or Target. Giveaway is open through June 7, 2020 to U.S. residents at least 18 years of age. Entrants must be a member of SheSpeaks. If you are not a member, click here to join. Winner will be notified by email.

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  • beetea By beetea
    05.21.20  

    I have been using social media more since the outbreak.

  • rge-rge By rge-rge
    05.21.20  

    i dont like to use social media...makes me feel over-whelmed at times.

  • KouponKat By KouponKat
    05.21.20  

    I use social media to follow travel bloggers to keep my travel dreams alive. 

  • JulsB20 By JulsB20
    05.21.20  

    Reading helps me feel fulfilled, but I haven't exactly been able to add time to read physical books.  I did however start listening to audio books during this time and I'm now a huge fan of them.

  • lkats16 By lkats16
    05.21.20  

    I don't use social media as often anymore. It's pretty much the same ol' stuff and that gets to be pretty boring!

  • Delphinium54 By Delphinium54
    05.21.20  

    My personal enrichment project is to learn some rudimentary Japanese so when I visit my son there I will be able to communicate a little with the people.

  • mollzim9 By mollzim9
    05.21.20  

    Would love to win ! I always support other woman!

  • deerlee By deerlee
    05.21.20  

    all crafts

  • NikNik23 By NikNik23
    05.21.20  

    I only use social media a little bit because I feel it can be difficult to be present in my own life and stay focused if I am constantly checking social media feeds to see what everyone else is doing. 

  • spud676 By spud676
    05.21.20  

    I feel cooped up and ready to go back to work. I am an essential worker that has been out of work two months with a shoulder injury. It has been rough trying to make ends meet with limited pay...no unemployment benefits. 

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