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Laney Star loves giving herself affirmations and gives herself 3 affirmations a day.  

Learn why and how in her short video.


Wait until you meet our newest GLOW Ambassador!


Laney Star is 12 years old and lives in Chicago, Illinois.

She contacted us a few months ago, eager to share her

message with girls everywhere. This is the first of a six-part

video series designed completely by Laney herself.


Prepare to be  inspired! 💕

My song,  “Perfectly Imperfect,” was written when I was having a hard time finding myself. It's so easy to get caught up trying to please others that you forget the importance of confidence and self worth.  I wrote this song as a message to myself when I was going through it and hope to be able to help anyone that is feeling stuck in a situation or having a hard time loving themselves. It’s completely okay to be reckless, imperfect, and embrace your flaws. Don't forget that you are loved and worthy, don't let anyone tell you otherwise. Always find a positive way to express yourself!


I would like to share my expression with you...


Meli Vaez


Video Testimonial:


Music Video:


Amy is interested in helping girls and teens love themselves & speak up for themselves.

Thanks to Amy for taking a leadership role in posing such thought provoking questions. Carve out time to listen to this podcast with your daughter. A great way to spark



Here is the link to the podcast.



Summer reading! Check out the newest edition of our GLOW magazine. Published by GLOW Girls ( Grade 9) for girls!!!



GLOW Magazine created by GLOW Girls
GLOW magazine jan 2017.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 2.3 MB

Congrats to our GLOW Ambassador, Alexandra Zannis for being accepted to Carleton University for Social Work! Read her University essay submission highlighting her discovery, later in life, that that she has ADHD & an anxiety disorder. 

Carleton Admissions Essay by Alexandra Zannis
Carleton Admissions Essay.docx
Microsoft Word Document 166.2 KB

'Huge kudos to Rebecca Patterson for taking a lead in talking about girls

& self esteem in her school project! We are flattered to be included’