Guardian empowers women to balance for a positive difference


BUKIT TINGGI: Guardian Malaysia has recently celebrated International Women’s Day by hosting a special two days, one night stay at The Chateau Spa & Organic Wellness Resort for their a few selected influencers, YouTubers and 20 winners from their campaign.

In a statement, Guardian Malaysia said the purpose of the retreat was to help the ladies achieve wellness in every aspect of their lives as they combat high levels of stress and emerge as healthier and more beautiful version of themselves. 

Recent studies on universities in Malaysia indicate that female undergraduates occupy more than half their intake since 2015 while some of the top positions in both civil and private sectors are taken up by women. It is therefore, of no surprise that a report from information and media company, Nielsen points out that Malaysian women rank as the 16th most stressed women in the world. 

Guardian Malaysia brand manager, health & beauty own brand Malaysia & Brunei, Michelle Yeap Hoon Li said: “The roles of women in today’s society have changed tremendously.  Therefore, the ability to multitask is essential to live up to the job description of homemakers, breadwinners, mothers, educators and etc.”

She added that all this contributes to a constant source of stress for women. 

“In conjunction with the objective of International Women’s Day (IWD), Guardian Malaysia challenged women to take positive action in creating a better world for themselves through practical steps. In line with that, the campaign was specially targeted to empower ladies with a means to find the ideal balance between work, leisure and relaxation,” Yeap explained.

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