“LADYHOOD is a journey that never ends.” (Pinkspen)
As I get older, I realize that I have not made mistakes, but I have done some things that I wish someone would have prevented me from doing. I know we all have to learn in our own way (usually the hard way), but I wish I would have had someone; a mentor that would have disclosed their struggles, experiences, what to look out for when it comes to relationships, love, friendships, college life, or even social concerns, I feel would have really benefited me.
Often times, we run to our family and friends for this advice, but their biases can pose concern when giving accurate advice. They love you, and have their own opinions on how your life should be because they want what they think, is the best for you.
We all do this…
Have you ever given advice to a friend about their relationship, and as soon as you are with your significant other, partner, boyfriend, lover, or even a f*** buddy, all those words of wisdom disappeared as if you never uttered them in the first place? If so, this is the blog site for you.
Talking to a stranger, someone who does not know you (a mentor), can reveal those inadequacies that those closest to you, cannot.
I want to be that mentor for you!
This site is for the high school girls thinking about college…for the freshman females learning themselves while on a college campus, for the “upper-classwomen” (Pinkspen) who have struggled with relationships and friendships on campus.
This site is for the teenage girl who is struggling to find her identity in this world. Who struggle with their self-esteem, self-care, and self-love.
This site is for the girls who feel like they are not pretty enough or smart enough to be everything they desire to be.
This site is for the transgender girl who wants equality.
This site is for mothers raising young daughters.
This site is for all women who struggle with the daily challenges of being a girl in a male dominated society.
LADYHOOD is a journey, and this blog will hopefully help teens entering college and young women to see that they are capable of being the best versions of themselves!
We are more than what popular culture says we are.
I believe that if I did not share the knowledge I have gained, as a lady, I would not be doing my part.
If anyone reading this has questions about dating, relationships, love, being single, or being a lady, I am here with no judgement, but with an understanding that we all make mistakes and we all can learn from one another.
Learning from your mistakes, acknowledging your imperfections, understanding your worth, loving yourself, focusing on your dreams, embracing your emotions, and fighting for your equality is the journey of LADYHOOD.
LADYHOOD advocates self-love, peace, and equality for all women.
-Pinkspen (a mentor)