Introducing More Than My Height

You’ve maybe heard us mention a few times that we have been working on a secret project behind the scenes, and we are SO excited to finally have it debut today!  This has already been a really special month and a half since kicking off this focus on empowerment, and what we are unveiling today is the next step in this passion project of ours.  Without further ado, we are proud to announce the launch of More Than My Height.

More Than My Height is our new website dedicated entirely to this movement.  Don’t let the name fool you – we are proud tall women and believe everyone should feel that their height is a true blessing.  However, we have so much to offer the world in addition to our height and it’s time for the conversations to evolve.  The name is a nod to this and also to celebrate all aspects of ourselves because we are more than just tall.  So therefore, our mission is two-fold:

  1. To educate our society on the negative impacts their comments and questions about height has for many tall girls and women, influencing healthier interactions.  
  2. To encourage and empower women to love their height while also recognizing the many talents they also possess. 

The reason we wanted to launch a separate website and blog for this topic was to truly give it the undivided attention it deserves.  We don’t want it to get lost in the shuffle with the other types of business posts that we have on the Amalli Talli blog.  There will be times when the same content will be posted on both platforms – but the difference is that with Amalli Talli’s blog, we will also continue to feature style tips and behind the scenes information on our business that won’t be posted on MTMH.  Likewise, MTMH will have other content and posts exclusive to it.   There are some other ideas beyond the website that we are also currently exploring for other ways to push this movement and support the mission.  Can’t say too much more about it at this point – but just know that it’s a constant work in progress and we are committed to trying almost anything!  If you have other ideas for us, let us know!!

Along with this website, we have created new social media accounts for MTMH on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.  They are all starting at ground zero as of today, so please follow along on whatever platform(s) you use and share with your fellow tall girls!  There is an awesome movement happening on social media and online centered around body positivity (#bopo), which is seriously wonderful.  The thing about it, though, is that it’s definitely lacking anything height related.  Together, we are going to change that.  Also – we will always continue to post motivational and funny things on Amalli Talli’s social media accounts, so don’t worry if you follow us there and don’t want to see any changes!

Since starting down this road of self-confidence, the feedback we’ve gotten from so many people has been amazing, inspiring and already impacted the two of us!  We are incredibly motivated by the potential difference together we can all make.  Truly impacting a woman’s confidence and educating our society is a tall order – but who better to take it on than this incredible niche of tall women?  We are happy to get the ball rolling, but we really hope that we can count on everyone to jump in and help the cause.  Teamwork makes the dream work.  We have learned a lot through our journey, but we certainly don’t have all the answers alone.  Our vision is for you to get involved, whether it be sending us content ideas, suggesting inspirational women to feature, sending us articles to publish or even just sharing the content on your own social media platforms.  We’ve created a “Say Hi” page for you to easily get in touch and send us messages.  We can’t wait to hear from you with ideas and contributions!

Thanks again for your support already in this crusade.  We have been so anxious to launch this site and keep the positivity going.  Have a great weekend!

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    Carla Bauer
    October 25, 2018 at 8:08 pm

    Nice blog! I’m 5’11” tall so I can relate. Keep up, gals!

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