National Level Up Day

National Level Up Day

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On March 25th, 2014 a small YouTuber out of Katy, TX made a video that unknowingly embarked her on a new journey changing the lives of millions around the globe. Leticia Padua (known to many as SheRaSeven) posted a simple 19 minute video entitled, “Women know your worth, don’t settle”. This message went on to become the theme of her channel and the match that sparked the now-widely known “Level Up” movement. 

“Step One of the Level Up: Mental level up, putting yourself first”
-SheRa Seven

SheRa advocates for women to improve themselves mentally, spiritually, and physically; first for themselves and second to attract their best options in provider men. 

The term level up is widely used today. Even Pop and R&B superstar, Ciara, titled one of her biggest hits after SheRa’s phrase. Many, unfortunately, do not know the originator of this term or even when and how the movement started. Level Up is just one of the many terms out of SheRa’s glossary making rounds on the internet.

Bonnetta- wears bonnets outside of the home. 
PickMEsha- pays, cooks, and cleans for men in the hopes of being picked. Can often be found in the wild without makeup on. 
Sharkiesha- hoodrat who will steal yo dusty. 
Dusty- a broke man or a man who doesn’t provide for women. 
Barbara the Builder- a woman with a good career and bad taste in men. Wants to build up dusties to financial success only to often get dumped for a 20 year old at 45. 
FreakMesha- she who can't say no to sex.

The ladies of the Level Up movement do hear-by petition for March 25th to be “unofficially”  recognized as National Level Up Day. There’s no better way to end Women’s History Month than to have a day advocating for women to be the best version of themselves! 

“Auditioning is hard, being the prize is easy...Women who feel like they don’t deserve anything will accept the least.”
-SheRa Seven

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