Lemonaid is a personal development peer support group that welcomes everyone who self-identifies as a woman into a Slack online group.

There are no requirements to join: you only need to pay a $25 one-time fee to become a member. Lemonaid's membership gives you lifetime access to the community's Slack group.

The online group is full of over 900 diverse women from all over the world. Women interact in the Slack group anonymously, which means everyone feels free to share their deepest vulnerabilities. Lemonaid is a safe space for women to vent and talk through issues while receiving useful advice and feedback from fellow peers.

Members usually talk about mental health, relationships, habits, and career issues. Everything you are struggling with is called "a lemon" inside the community. With the help of other women in the group, you can turn the lemons in your life into lemonade.

The Slack group has over 25 channels where you can discuss your personal struggles, while also helping other members. Lastly, the weekly goal setting, the quarterly visions, and the annual priorities make Lemonaid a great tool for accountability as well.


  • Membership: Paid Community
  • Year Founded: 2018
  • Founders:

    Nicole Kelner

  • Amount of members: 900
  • Online Group: Yes
  • Job board: No
  • Language: English
  • Method: Virtual


Find a support group to rely on:
Lemonaid is full of diverse women from all over the world who gather to help each other out on mental health, relationships, habits, and work issues. You can find in Lemonaid a supportive group of women who always will be there for you when you most need it.

Get lifetime access to a personal development community: 
Lemonaid's membership allows you to get lifetime access by paying a one-time fee. Once you become a member, you will have access to the Slack group 24/7 and grow personally as a result.

  • One Time Cost


No requirements.


Networking Events

Members of the community communicate anonymously via a Slack group. This online group is filled with diverse women who have become one big peer support group for each other. There are several topics members discuss in Lemonaid's Slack. On the one hand, members listen to each other without judging to promote mental health and to share vulnerabilities. Additionally, you can talk about family, platonic, or romantic relationships.

On the other hand, the online group is also great for accountability and it helps you to stick to your habits. Members set weekly goals, quarterly visions, and annual priorities, and keep each other accountable. Lastly, you can share and receive useful career advice to further thrive at your workplace.


"Lemonaid feels like a safe place to vent and get feedback that is supportive and encouraging from a community that really cares. No matter when I post, I know someone will see it within a day or so, and I am not alone." -Lemonaid member

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