Exercise your opportunity
Voting is, perhaps, the ultimate form of self-advocacy. It’s an opportunity to let our voices be heard and to stand up for what we feel is just and best for us, our children, our neighbors, and the world. If you can make it work, take your child with you when you vote tomorrow ― it will be empowering in a way she’s never experienced. And to ensure you’re able to fit voting into an already busy day, exercise your own executive functions: set the goal, make a plan to achieve it, and self-monitor to ensure you get it done!