Everyday Sisterhood

A Dose of the Divine for Your Inner Goddess

A year ago yesterday, I gave into a whim and started this blog with nothing more than the vague goal of writing about feminine community and spirituality. I wasn’t overly optimistic; my last attempt at a blog yielded only a handful of posts. But I felt the undeniable to pull to write again, and my mind […]

It always takes me by surprise how serendipitous sisterhood often is. Ever since this summer I was playing around with the idea of reaching out to my neighborhood association and starting a knitting group. And then at the end of August I saw a last minute notice that some of our neighbors were going to […]

Just when I thought that I was about to fall into a great writing routine with the start of the school year, Life happened. You know how that goes, right? Your work schedule has extra trainings, so you fall behind on housework. And then the city is repairing the sewer in front of your house […]

I’ve been a lazy blogger lately, but a busy mama. This summer I felt a pull to be present and in the moment, soaking in the heat and sunshine during Wisconsin’s brief but perfect summer. So instead of keeping up with two to three blog posts a week, I let it slide temporarily to make […]

I first heard about Whole 30 a little over a year ago, and my first thought was, “That is completely crazy.” Followed closely by, “I could never do that.” In case you’re not familiar with it, Whole 30 is a 30-day digestive “reset” for your body that eliminates inflammatory foods – such as grains, legumes, soy, […]

I don’t intend for this blog to be political on a regular basis, with the exception of women’s rights topics that more closely relate to sisterhood. However, I’ve had a political storm a-brewin’ in this brain of mine for several months now and I just need to get it out and be done with it. […]

I’ve established a mantra recently that brings me great joy. It goes something like this. I see something that makes me uncomfortable. For instance, one time it was a woman in the Target parking lot who was wearing shorts so short that her butt cheeks were hanging out. I caught myself inwardly cringing and then diving into […]