TCC Manifesto

Live The First Class Life in an economy class world every single day.

Collect moments not things – experiences not excess or excuses.

Choose quality over quantity, less but better and calm over chaos.

Believe in yourself, trust God and your instincts.

Live your life but forget your age.

No one’s life is as perfect as their social media posts suggests.

You are enough.

You are not your weight, credit score, bank balance or past so never let them define you.

Find what lights you up. Do that.

Bloom where you are planted then cultivate your own garden.

Don’t be the girl who didn’t chase her dreams.

You only get in life what you have the courage to ask for.

Pursue spiritual and personal development because an inspired, informed, faith-filled woman can always rise to any challenge and overcome any circumstance.

Seek progress not perfection.

Know when to turn the page and move on. 

Eat the occasional decadent dessert without guilt.

Avoid trends, drama, clutter, gossip and toxic people.

Remember that what feels like the end is often the beginning.

Your struggles and scars are simply part of your story.

Take periodic social media breaks and live life in real time.

Your body is a temple not a trashcan. Treat her accordingly.

Nature is your sanctuary, your sacred space to connect with God.

Surround yourself with other First Class Women because you become who you spend the most time with.

Help others even when there’s nothing to gain or it’s inconvenient.

Refuse to hold grudges and be quick to forgive even when the apology never comes. 

You will never be everyone’s cup of tea or favorite flavor and that’s okay.

Never depend on others for your happiness or self-worth.

Trade your worry for worship and your problems for praise.

Live your life on your own terms without guilt and apologize only when it’s truly warranted.

Enjoy your own company. Be your biggest fan and best friend. 

Don’t take life or others’ actions personally.

Express gratitude for God’s blessings, mercy and grace, thankful He’s brought you this far.

Conduct your pity parties in private and celebrate your successes in public.

Embody elegance and authenticity.

Never stop learning. A well-read woman is a dangerous woman.

Decide who you want to be then become her.

Stop fearing change and your life will change.

Remember, discipline doesn’t mean deprivation and is the key to any success. Practice it daily.

Be courageous, be confident and be you!

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