The enlightening power of bitchcraft, a queen of hearts on Instagram.

  1. We look into the mirror of our bitching, what is hidden in what we dislike? What we complain about often is triggered by what we hate or fear in ourselves.
  2. We put on bitchy readers and find our own ego trips, vanity, greed, preaching or fake smiles. What do we see in our galleries through other women’s eyes?
  3. We change intentions, we switch the editor of our posts from pleasing everybody to supporting the world with our truth. Even when IG is our tool to sell something; products or ourselves, our values have to become the measuring stick for every post.
  4. We don’t bitch behind backs anymore; we step up front instead. Likes or follows out of pity, duty and our success agendas cement the status quo. To help a person get better, get up, see more, love more; to enhance the best in them means to let them see what hinders them to grow. We take the risk of real; in our posts as much as in our comments. Social media serves us to be seen, but is also asking to act on what we see.
  5. We help the bitched-about by not fake-like for self serving purposes. We might even care with a constructive comment or DM.
  6. When we boycott big bad businesses we extend it to those followers who promote them; if they love Monsanto, promote fur, fast fashion or junk food we don’t “like” it. We asked them why.

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