That’s What She Said

That's What She Said 2

Here is how it works:

Each month we will pick a quote, the quotes we choose are women’s words… get it? That’s What She Said.

The linkup will run for 2 weeks.

We will pin and feature our favorites the following month.

You will always know what the next month’s quote is, we will have it posted here and sent to your inbox!

What are the rules?

Please only linkup posts inspired by the quote of the month. We want to see how this quote will get your creative juices flowing.

We would like for you to connect with others, please visit the person who linked up before you, and go show some love.

It would be AWESOME if you would share the linkup via your social media. #That’sWhatSheSaidLinkUp

Of course it’s always fun to connect, let’s follow each other along.

Number one rule: Have fun and be creative ♡

Your Hosts


Mrs AOK, a Work in Progress

Courtney: What’s Up With the Wilhelms

Katy: Chaos & Kiddos


Our picks from last month’s linkup:




Mommy The Maid

This Month’s Quote:


This quote has never resonated quite so strongly as in recent weeks. Coming out on the other side of divorce, I’m realizing that I haven’t been myself for ages. I couldn’t tell you who I’ve been, because honestly, I didn’t really understand the depth of how much of myself I had lost…but I can tell you that I most assuredly feel the difference today. Whatever I was before is gone, and I feel solid. I feel me. I feel beautiful and capable and ambitious. My spark is back, my creativity is at an all-time high, and I’m accomplishing things I never even imagined would be possible.

I feel at peace and refreshed, knowing that I can relax into being myself and let life take the course that is a best fit for my unique strengths, motivations and personality. When I don’t have to try so hard, I feel strong and at pace with the world around me. My engagements with important people, both personally and professionally, have become more intimate and genuine. My heart feels good. I didn’t realize how long I hadn’t felt that way. I didn’t realize that I had been playing someone else for years. It’s nice to be me.

I embrace my role as a single woman, a female entrepreneur, a mom, a working parent, a dreamer, a small business owner, a Christian, a friend, a sister, a leader, a learner. I embrace all these things and claim my beauty in its truest form. I have confidence that I am exactly where I am supposed to be, doing exactly what I am supposed to be doing, with exactly the right people in my life. I am empowered by their support, their encouragement and their appreciation for the real me. I feel beautiful because they love the real me in all my many facets, good and bad.

When was the last time you felt like the real you?

Next Month’s Quote:

TWSS Month 3 Quote

Show us yours… That’s What She Said:


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