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This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at LUC chapter.

November 13 is World Kindness Day. As young women, what does “kindness” look like and mean for our hosts? 

How have they seen their kindness journeys evolve over the last few years? What does it mean to be too kind? As a woman, how do you balance not being kind enough and coming off as b*tchy? What is this fine line and how are women ever supposed to try and navigate it?! 

Diana and Shelby have an extremely open and honest conversation about all of these things and challenge their audience to consider: in what ways are you being kind? 

HCLUC Co-CC Shelby is an LUC senior studying multimedia journalism, cultural anthropology, political science and Asian studies. Although she grew up in South Dakota, she has found homes in Chicago, Morocco, and Vietnam. She strives to continue traveling the world to seek out human triumphs and trials by telling stories through a fresh, unbiased viewpoint. When she's not studying or working, Shelby is a devoted fan of sunsets, strawberry smoothies, and Seth Meyers. 
Her Campus LUC CC Diana is a senior at Loyola University Chicago pursuing a bachelors degree in Creative Advertising, with a minor in Visual Communication. As a self-proclaimed horror novel enthusiast, avid drinker of intricate coffees, and pseudo art aficionado, Diana hopes to share her wide array of passions with the HERCampus readers.