A unique Christmas gift guide—Every item is ethically sourced from sustainable companies working to empower women and give back to our global sisterhood.
Deep breaths. I know—this is hard. Sometimes we see these days coming and the lead up is harder than the day itself. Sometimes it’s more sneaky and we didn’t realize
150+ Advent activities (or Christmas countdown activities) by category: Fun at home, outings, serving others, in the kitchen, decorating, faith-based, crafting, movies, winter-specific, and summer-specific. Skim the list and choose
I get to this time of year – the Christmas season – and my blog begins getting ridiculous amounts of traffic because of this post and this post. And
I am a shameless Christmas LOVER (all caps utterly necessary). And although I put up a few personal ‘boundaries’ around my zeal (ie no Christmas music and movies until Thanksgiving),
It’s time for me to level with you. Sometimes I find it hard to keep talking about grief and loss and miscarriage. I think to myself, “People will get so
THE POWER OF STORY TO HEAL Four years after my first miscarriage, I wrote this in a letter to my baby: “I’ve been reading journal entries and letters I wrote
At a huge women’s conference last year, I sat alone. Several friends sat together in a section above me, but I was in-and-out with seven-month-old Micah strapped to my back
Years ago as a brand new mom to a little boy I couldn’t possibly love more I had my first experience with the kind of anger that scared me. I
When you are suffering you don’t need an expert. You certainly don’t need false promises that XYZ will make things better. You just need a companion. And you need hope.
It’s still school holidays here in Australia so I’m not kissing my kids goodbye to school every morning quite yet, but when I do I cup their cheeks, look deeply into their