Hero Girl: Emily Canepa

“Before I got divorced, I was rather subdued and I drank my coffee black just to prove that I was tough. Now I take my coffee with sugar and cream because I don’t need my drink to prove I’m a badass. Now I have my demeanor to do that for me. And that’s what girl power means to me; you don’t have to prove that you’re strong anymore. You just are strong. You live it.” Emily Canepa, elementary school tutor


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