From book releases to the campaign trail, conservative women showed they can be mentors and advocates in many ways this week. Here are a few of the standout moments from conservative women this week.

Allie Stuckey Releases Book “You’re not Enough (And That’s Okay)”

This week, conservative commentator and “Relatable” podcast host Allie Stuckey released her debut book “You’re Not Enough (and that’s okay).” The book explores toxic elements of current self-love culture.

As Stuckey explains on her website, “If only we believed that we are “enough” just as we are, we’re told, we could finally overcome anxiety, shame, and self-doubt. But,  if that were true, our generation—one obsessed with self-love, self-discovery and self-care—would be happier by now. As it turns out, self-love doesn’t satisfy. But there’s something else that does.”

You can read our review of Stuckey’s book here.

Sarah Palin Offers Advice on Being the VP Pick to Kamala Harris

In an Instagram post congratulating Senator Kamala Harris on being picked to run as presidential candidate Joe Biden’s running mate, former Republicans VP candidate Sarah Palin offered Harris a few pieces of advice on running in the race.

Palin defined some fun campaign terms and discussed her favorite moments meeting the American people. One helpful piece of advice we should all remember in our lives was, “Don’t get muzzled – connect with media and voters in your own unique way. Some yahoos running campaigns will suffocate you with their own self-centered agenda so remember YOU were chosen for who YOU are.”

Independent Women’s Forum Offers Free Download of Commemorative 19th Amendment Book with Forward By Nikki Haley

The Independent Women’s Forum has released, and made available for a FREE download, a book commemorating the 100 year anniversary of women receiving the right to vote. The book, “The Women Who Won the Vote” highlights the stories of 12 suffragist women who contributed to the passage of the 19th Amendment.

In the foreword for the book, former Ambassador Nikki Haley writes, “All across America, women- and men, too- will celebrate the centennial of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution. The Independent Women’s Forum is helping lead the way.”

Senator Joni Ernst Announces Farmers for Joni Coalition

This week, Senator Joni Ernst announced over Twitter the launch of a new Farmers for Joni coalition, aimed at uniting the voice of farmers in Iowa supporting Ernst’s reelection bid. In the tweet, Senator Ernst expressed her appreciation for being to “fight for [farmers] day in and day out in the Senate.”

Farmers and producers across the state of Iowa can join Joni’s reelection campaign here.

Ivanka Trump Unveils $122 Million Investment in Empower Women

Through Ivanka Trump’s Women’s Global Development and Prosperity Initiative, top security officials and American corporate leaders are unveiling $122 million in new programs and partnerships to support economic empowerment for women.

Ajay Banga, CEO of Mastercard, said in a statement on the announcement coming amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, “When so much in our lives has had to stop, now is exactly the time to go full speed ahead on this effort because supporting women, supporting their business and making them economically resilient pays off for everyone.”

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