What’s LADYHOOD journey?

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Photographer: Amy Hvostal (Pittsburgh)

In 2015, LADYHOOD JOURNEY was founded by Ta’lor Pinkston, MSW with the dream of helping women and girls know their worth by making Self-love a priority, focusing on Healing Over Everything™ (past relationships, loneliness, insecurity, broken friendships, trauma, fear, insecurity, and doubt), and to unite in community as advocates for feminism and Women Empowerment.

This is a safe-space, a judgement free zone, and community that seeks to unite women from all different paths. No matter is you are cis-gender or transgender, lesbian, bi-sexual or heterosexual; no matter your race, ethnicity, culture, socioeconomic status, religion, age, or disability, all women are welcome in this space. 

What’s in it for you?  

Self-love 

Self-love Coaching – an online coaching session in a safe-space for women to make self-love a priority by learning how to actively focus on “loving themselves” and how to incorporate “me time” into their lifestyle (to learn more scroll down). 

Free Self-love Resources – various guides, templates, and journal entry to help you fall in love with yourself and to grow closer to falling in love with yourself as you are. 

Healing Over Everything™ + Women Empowerment 

The H.O.E. Truth – a Facebook group that provides support and girl-talk on dating, relationships, motherhood, marriage, and single-life (to learn more, scroll down).

Leading Lady Campaign – interviews highlighting women at different stages of the LADYHOOD JOURNEY from the high school graduate to the CEO. To help women never give up on their heart and souls desires. (to learn more about this campaign, scroll down).

#toallofme Body Love Letter (COMING SOON) – women will get the opportunity to share a love letter to their body that discloses their insecurities and an affirmation of love to those areas of their body that they struggle with.  

Social Media Challenges – These challenges were all created to support women during their self-love journey by focusing on self-reflection, self-care, and self-empowerment. Each challenge helps women get out of their comfort zone and make self-love a priority. 

  • #YOUBULLIEDME – during the month of October for National Bullying Prevention Month where daily prompts are shared asking questions or providing tasks to help individuals heal over the bullies of their pasts
  • #nomakeupmondays – once a quarter, I ask women to go a full month without wearing any form of makeup on Mondays and take a selfie.