I am a teastained woman, artist, and diarist.
I started Vagabroad Journals in June 2013 by accident but on purpose, to provide teastained women with blank books that resonated with their souls and commanded them to not only document themselves but to change the course of their lives through self-narration; the creation of archives of handwritten books. I wanted to create work that got us excited to put ourselves into writing.
I call what I do Dialogue Art: the use of stationery as a way to have a "dialogue" with teastained women all over the world. The subjects of my work include heritage and genealogy, history, wisdom and gravity, the war of good versus evil along the journey, and our present decisions' impact on future generations.
The goal of my work since the beginning has been to change the imagery, message, and product offering to teastained women for our narratives while using stationery as a medium to share truth. Slowly but surely, I am building this world.
I do not make journals for weak teastained women.
I create for discerning, strong teastained women who are aware of themselves as multigenerational ecologies, critical of the system and working to depart from it, decalcifying their pineal glands, and cultivating a new narrative for themselves as wise matriarchs. I create for teastained women operating in futuristic perseverance and regal originality that has a whimsical flare. I create for women who don't flinch when truth speaks. I create for women who are protective of their minds and souls.
It's not just "journaling" when it comes to us.
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