I may have created Slay Girl Society but it is meant to be a collaborative project within the community. Therefore, I am looking for your help to make it a place that truly helps people thrive with positive mental health. Slay Girl Society is a blog that is dedicated to sharing stories of mental illness, as well as tips and tricks for people to improve their mental health. With a new direction, there will also be a strong focus on lifestyle, wellness and physical health because, as we all know, these have a strong impact on our mental wellness.
So, how can we work together?
I am always trying to feature a diversity of voices on my website because I know that my own experience with mental illness is just the tip of the iceberg. If you would like to write something for the blog, I would love to hear from you. Additionally, I have also interviewed people if they were uncomfortable writing something themselves. On the flip side, I am also open to contributing to your website as well. I would be honoured to write about my own experience and expertise for your blog as a guest contributor.
As a mental health advocate, I am always open to sharing my experiences offline as well. I have spoken in panel discussions and solo presentations in the past and have always enjoyed the opportunity to engage with people face-to-face. If you are hosting an event or conference, and would like me to speak, feel free to reach out.
Below is a video of myself at my first speaking engagement – a panel discussion called Speak Your Peace in Washington, D.C.
If you are a brand that would align well with the mission of Slay Girl Society, I would be happy to talk to you about developing sponsored posts to promote your product with my audience. I am especially interested in brands that focus on wellness, nutrition, lifestyle or mental health specifically.
Are you a fellow mental health advocate, non-profit organization or company that is passionate about mental health? I would love to partner with you to raise awareness of mental illness in our community. This could involve online or offline events. I have tons of ideas! These include: panel discussions, fundraising parties and webinars.
Want to work with me in one of these capacities? Or do you have an idea for a collaboration that isn’t listed here? E-mail me (Beverly) at email@example.com.
Please note that Slay Girl Society will eventually be a non-profit organization, so all revenue will be used to maintain our projects and encourage growth in the social innovation sector.