Naturally #Primp

In high school, I spent so much time in the mirror.

I thought that I was vain, but honestly, I was more insecure of my appearance, abilities, and worth. High school is the time where we are beginning to determine who we are; our beliefs, values, our essence and purpose begin in high school.

We are born into a material world, surrounded by images of women who we consider to be prettier, more beautiful or gorgeous than we are. #defythestandardofbeauty


We spend hours in mirrors trying to be perfect like every girl on a magazine cover.

I remember fixing my hair, constantly. If one strand of hair was out-of-place, I felt like I wasn’t perfect.

But, I wanted to be perfect for others, not myself.

Being perfect is subjective, and now, we have to change the definition…

In our teens, we do not realize that we are perfect without make-up, designer hand-bags, clothing & shoes…

We are naturally primp!


verb \ˈprimp\

Simple Definition of primp

:to try to make yourself more attractive by making small changes to your clothes, hair, etc., especially while looking at yourself in a mirror


We are naturally primp because we are strong, intellectual, talented and beautiful!



adjective \ˈprimp\

Pinkspen‘s Definition of primp

:knowing you are naturally attractive, especially while looking at yourself in a mirror

I am #primp wearing sweatpants and over-stretched socks!

I can walk out of my house without wearing make-up all the time! That’s breaking culture barriers! #primp

I can cook dinner, feed my daughter and do her hair, and talk on the phone at the same time; I am #primp

Females are so #primp, we made the messy ponytail a classy hairstyle!

You are more than a magazine cover!


via Daily Prompt: Primp


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Ta'lor Pinkspen

Welcome ladies and gentlemen! This is Ta'lor Pinkspen, BA|MSW|SFW, Inspirational Blogger for women, Poet, Prospective Self-love Coach, Feminist, Equality Advocate, and Women & Family Therapist My blog focuses on Women's Empowerment, Beauty Standards, Body Positivity, Motherhood, Healthy Relationships, College girls and Equality. LADYHOOD journey seeks to uplift all women and promote self-love. LADYHOOD journey challenges social concerns like body shaming, beauty standards, racial and gender discrimination, in order to empower women to be advocates and to incorporate self-love into their journey. I want women and all my readers to leave my site feeling uplifted, supported, and empowered in every stage of life. I love to spend time with my daughter, going to local bars and restaurants with family & friends, online shopping, photography, writing poetry, sipping Chia Tea or Iced Coffee, sitting on my porch while drinking a glass of dry red wine or dark beer, and listening to music from artists like Chance the Rapper, SZA, Pentatonix, H.E.R, Alessia Cara, Sabrina Claudio, Jhene Aiko, Frank Ocean, Coldplay, and Kings of Leon.

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