The Remember Her Project is a movement working with women to share stories, create new narratives and to connect with your inner child.
Once upon a time you really sparkled. You were born with creativity and wonder; a path, a purpose, desire, untapped talents, and fearlessness. As you grew older you were influenced by media, friends, family, teachers and the outside world to believe so many untruths that don’t match your inner truths. Your sparkle dulled.
We all have stories, but it is within those stories we can shine light on who we really are within the depth of our souls. Accepting our stories and connecting to others through their stories is healing and creates room for self-love. A life lived with self-acceptance and boundless joy.
Founder of the Remember Her Project Tina Ness, knew she had a message within her, one that would pave the way for others to feel the beautiful healing strength found within us as we share ourselves, accept our truest nature and live uninhibited by the power of our Untruths and not enoughs.
The Remember Her Project is a podcast sharing stories, celebrating triumphs and learning tools to create the life you desire. To live a life with the essence of that free-spirited child you once were. This is only the beginning; a documentary and self-help book are also on the horizon.
The goal is to learn to do way less “adulting” and have way more fun. Fun was easy as a kid, but it takes way more effort as we get older. Fun is the key to a long life. Play has been shown to release endorphins, improve brain functionality, and stimulate creativity. It is also crucial to our memory and can actually keep us from illness.
We believe that by Remembering Her and activating your passion to play you will be reigniting your beautiful sparkle.
We were made to sparkle!
Dulling her SPARKLE A poem by Tina Ness Pigtails, giggles, dancing, and dirt. Skipping and jumping, a stain on my shirt. Wild and wonder, a creative delight. Naked and free, not ashamed to be me.
You’re silly they said, quiet down, clear your head. Nobody cares if it feels like you’re dead. Freedom isn’t yours, we know what’s best. Keep your head down. Do not fail this test. XYZ is what you must learn. Read when you’re called on, you must take your turn. I don’t get your rules, they make me feel crazy. When all of this time you think that I’m lazy. Nothing feels right. I feel so alone. I hide that I’m broken and long to go home.