Favored Freauxs and Hope in Her, Inc. are guaranteeing you don’t sleep on your purpose this year by hosting their Girl Talk: Purpose in Pajamas Vision board party this weekend in Gretna, LA. This vision board party will allow ladies to create their vision boards in their pajamas and enjoy conversation about finding and understanding
This vision board party will allow ladies to create their vision boards in their pajamas and enjoy conversation about finding and understanding God’s purpose for their life, and the theme is “Don’t sleep on your purpose.”
“Start 2018 off right and come out and mix and mingle while creating a purposeful vision board in your pajamas. Let your hair down and get comfortable while enjoying girl talk during a live podcast discussion with Kendalyn and Brandy of “God and Lemonade,” says co-host Erin Myers, founder of Favored Freauxs. The organization is a faith based brand that was created to provide spiritual encouragement for women and girls through blogging, inspirational merchandise, and holding community events that promote empowerment, encouragement, and self-love.
Myers partnered with Hope Coleman of Hope in Her Inc. for this event. Hope in Her is a place for women and children of color who have endured any traumatic event, and struggled with feeling inadequate and alone. Any proceeds received will towards the purchase of toiletry items for women in need such as sanitary napkins, deodorant, and toothpaste.
Vendors include Kim Spruill author of “Graced For Purpose”, Naturally Shea whipped shea butter, Kimmi’s Kandles & Gifts, and Dreamer’s Photography. The fee is $25 and will be $39o the day of the event. Light bites will be served,and admission includes a swag bag and all supplies needed to create your vision board. You are more than welcome to bring any magazines or decorations that inspire you.
The event will take place at Mix it up Art Studio, which is a black- owned and woman- owned business that just opened in the summer of 2017. “With any even that I host, I love to shine light on and support other women owned small businesses,” Myers says.