Absolutely not. This is voluntary for every contestant and a good goal to set ONLY if this is your focus and you want to do so.
The mission of the awards is to bring awareness of a woman’s ability to lead others by showing what it takes to be able to show up and fight for maintaining strong overall health. The awards are meant to acknowledge a woman to feel valued for these endeavors and to award the appreciation her own efforts in providing for herself first and foremost so that she may also then provide for her family, friends, livelihood and community. It starts with being aware of your needs and desires in order to be your best self, i.e. understanding and learning what satisfies you physically, mentally, emotionally, practically, socially, professionally and spiritually.
Professional: Activities that support feeling balanced and fulfilled in your career & livelihood.
Physical: Things you put into practice to improve your overall physical health.
Mental: A task or Situation that stimulates your mind or your intellect.
Spiritual: Activities that care for your spirit and encourage thinking bigger than yourself.
Social & Community: Moments that deepen and strengthen the relationships with the people in your life and community.
Emotional: Activities that help you connect, process, reflect, and control a full range of emotions so you can proceed clearly.
Practical & Financial: Assignments that fulfill core aspects of your life in order to prevent future stress, burn out, disorganized chaos, and feeling lost. This includes your Financial Well-being.
The award can be offered to any contestant once they take their title for that year, i.e. all 2022 state titleholders are eligible. The contestant must submit her points she has earned each month during her reign and have her total submitted by the deadline of July 31st, 2022.
Bronze 100–249 points
Silver 250–349 points
Gold 350+ points
We will be presenting all awards at the National Competition. This is such a wonderful moment of achievement and pride and we cannot wait to recognize you.
Includes unpaid acts of self care outlined below.
We will have monthly check-in group meetings. The reporting of points is an honor system. The award is to encourage the balance of self with extensions of responsibility and dedication.