Don't let anyone tell you to stop crying! Don't let anyone tell you you are too emotional! Don't let anyone tell you that you are weak! Don't let anyone tell you, you will fail! Don't you dare be afraid! Speak up! Advocate for yourself! Don't let anyone walk over you! Don't let anyone speak for … Continue reading Dear Women,
I can't believe someone else nominated me for a Blogger Recognition Award! This Darling Adventure, I just want to thank you, so much, for believing in the focus of my writing! Please check out this blog, which is "dedicated to discovering and sharing the beauty found in travel, creativity, and stories" (This Darling Adventure). I do … Continue reading Blogger Recognition Award II
Watching the sunrise. Sipping a Chai Tea or a Green Tea Latte. spooning in bed. Taking Detox Tea Baths. Listening to Coldplay. a porch swing or laying in a hammock. singing pop songs as an Opera. Dancing in my living-room. Driving on an open road. my daughters smile. Blowing out birthday candles. the smell, after … Continue reading A Few of My Favorite Things
Calm Down! (Don't tell me what to do...if I am not calm, its probably your fault.) You are too emotional. (Well at least I will live longer, because I know how to let my emotions go, instead of holding on to them!) You don't have to raise your voice! (Listen... if you think that this is … Continue reading 10 Things Men Should Never Say To Women
Falling asleep, with you not here beside me... ...waking up from a nightmare, and you still are not there...
If you say you love me, and you wont let me go, then love me for who I am, for I am not the young woman that you first met.
Hello respective readers, bloggers, artists, photographers, and poets. This is Ta'lor Pinkston, and my blog LADYHOOD journey was nominated for the Blogger Recognition Award by Aqsa Rahim . I thank you so much for considering me and for believing in the purpose of my blog. The rules of The Blogger Recognition are: Thank the blogger who … Continue reading Blogger Recognition Award I
The standard of beauty, has become a negative epidemic that targets young women to see themselves as less than, inferior, or ugly if they do not look a certain way. Low self-esteem; a lack of self-love, self-respect, value, and overall inequality for us in society, are the result of this epidemic, any many have led to detrimental outcomes in order to escape this reality, including suicide.
Women, regardless of their culture, background, race, religious beliefs or sexual orientation, know what it feels like to be a woman, in a mans world.
I love words because they allow me to express myself, when often times, I find myself to be speechless, as a speaker. As a writer, I can describe every ounce of me and that is why I love quotes. Quotations provide a short, detailed, descriptive, and insightful look into the mind of a speaker. I … Continue reading 3 Day Quote Challenge: Day 1