Episode 84: Melody: Self-Love, Pinky Rings, and the Power of Sisterhood

Melody Godfred is the founder of Fred and Far

Melody Godfred is the founder of Fred and Far, she’s an author and a poet, she’s a wife and mama, and she’s the creator of the Self Love Pinky Ring, and a global self-love movement.

Melody has an incredible life story. She was born in Iran during the Iranian Revolution, and at a few months old – her parents fled to Israel and then ended up in Los Angeles. Melody was raised in Los Angeles and became the first person in her family to go to college and then onto law school. Melody got a great job out of law school, but after only a few months, she felt a tug at her heart to leave – and decided to leave it all behind to chase her dreams.  

Melody published a book and then in 2016, she created the Self Love Pinky Ring, which instantly went viral and turned into a global self-love movement. 

Melody joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast to share her incredible life story, she talks about how she got the idea for the Self Love Pinky Ring, what self-love truly means, how to love yourself, how to love your sisters, the power of sisterhood, and so much more. You don’t want to miss this powerful episode!

To find out more information about Fred and Far and/or to order your own Self Love Pinky Ring, please visit their website

To order Melody’s book “The ABC’s of Self-Love”, you can order it here

Follow Melody, Fred and Far, and this incredible self-love movement on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter

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Episode 218: CEO, Producer, and founder of Marvin Cares for Kids – Jacqui Pitman

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The 1 Girl Revolution Podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, YouTube, and everywhere you listen to podcasts.

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