Lately, I have been thinking a lot about my friendships from the past and present. I have struggled with maintaining friendships like most of us, and I have always wondered why… Of course we all have those friends that are in it until death do us part, but others have not sustained but they have taught me something about myself… Continue reading “National “Best” Friends Day”
TOMORROW IS MEMORIAL DAY & and Week 4 of LADYHOOD journey‘s No Makeup Mondays Challenge 💋
It is important to LADYHOOD journey, LLC to shine a light on defying the standard of beauty, that we must wear makeup daily to be beautiful! It is easy to develop an addiction when wearing makeup daily; you begin hating your natural face.
I love the infinite shades of a woman’s skin.
There are so many different pigments and highlights; all are beautiful. From pink pale to blue-black, every shade should be uplifted for its uniqueness, not broken and shamed.
As a Black woman, I cannot ignore the Memes and cyber bullying against women who are dark-skin.
The Leading Lady Campaign seeks to empower women and girls, to defy obstacles, self-doubt, and fear so that they can reach their dreams. The Campaign will shine a light on those women who are making their marks a woman, #ladyboss, single-mother, student, wife, leader and/or mentor.
LADYHOOD journey believes in promoting, highlighting, and uplifting these women. We all have a journey. We share commonalities and differences, but to every woman and girl, your journey, is our journey. We are in this together and we should always try to work together and learn from one another.
The Leading Lady Campaign will highlight women who are Mompreneurs, Professional Bloggers, small business owners, CEOs and Founders, bachelor’s and master’s students, mothers, and up-and-coming career women.
LADYHOOD journey would like to thank these role models, leaders, scholars, motivators, innovators, and mentors to young women and in their communities.
You are a #ladyboss and we apprieciate you for uplifting young women to be the best verisons of themselves.
The #LeadingLady Campaign will kick-off July 2017. See you then!
Beginning Monday, May 8-June 24, I will be hosting the challenge, No Makeup Mondays.
As a thick girl (defy the word fat), I have always considered the struggle of women who are overweight, but never considered a skinny girls’ journey with weight.
I have been told by doctors that it is not healthy for me to be the weight that I am for my height. Do I agree? Yes. Why? It is more important to be healthy than it is to be comfortable.
I re-blogged this post because the author opened my eyes to the fact that even the skinniest of people feel offended and insecure about the comments made about their bodies.
We need to be careful of what we say, and be mindful that our personal envy does not eliminate the other persons insecurities.
We are all beautiful and need to start viewing ourselves as just that! Becoming healthier, just makes you that much more beautiful!
This morning I walked into my classroom holding a bagel with cream cheese, totally normal. A coworker loudly asked “Tierra how do you stay so skinny?” With a mouthful of bagel I replied “I just do.”
So you’re probably thinking “so what, that’s a compliment” but I disagree. Would you go up to someone overweight and ask them “hey, how do you stay so fat?” You wouldn’t because that would be rude, right? But how is fat any different than skinny?
All my life I’ve been the skinny one and all my life I have hated it. Being skinny doesn’t feel beautiful to me; I feel self-conscious, the same way an overweight person might. I feel like I have to cover up certain parts of my body because they’re like sticks to me. I’ve always been self-conscious of my height and weight.
Now you’re probably thinking “how is…
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If we all could start living by these words, we would see more unity in this world.
Every woman deserves to feel wanted. If you do not fee wanted, then you are not. If you doubt that he loves you, he probably doesn’t. As the author stated so plainly “Love is not complicated.”
Check out more from Alice in Wonderlust on dating and relationships.
So you match with this guy on Tinder. His chat is pretty decent, so you meet up for a drink. Instant connection. You go home with butterflies in your stomach. You fall into a pattern of seeing each other once of twice a week. It’s all going well. It’s like you’re going out, but neither of you has brought up “what you are” yet. After 2 months, you raise the question. He says he’s not really sure yet, and needs more time to decide. So you give him time. After 3 months, you raise the question again. He says he’s still not sure. You start to feel a little irked. I mean, it’s been 3 months. You’re sure. So why isn’t he? You wonder whether you should just sit out. Maybe 3 months is too soon. Maybe after 4, he’ll realize how great you are and make it official. Or…
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I have heard men call Beyoncé ugly…Kim K., Halle Berry… Even when they are in full contour, there is some man that thinks they are not all that.
Ugliness is subjective.
Being Beautiful is subjective.
So what’s the standard, right?
Love your curves…
Love your box shape…
Love your short waist…