Everyday Sisterhood

A Dose of the Divine for Your Inner Goddess

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’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 […]

Like pretty much everyone else this weekend, my Facebook feed was inundated by dozens of opinions on the happenings at the Cincinnati Zoo and the tragic death of Harambe the gorilla, from encouraging criminal prosecution of the parents to thankfully more compassionate messages of empathy. I wasn’t there, and quite frankly it would only make […]

I’ve been trying to write about ways to cultivate sisterhood, but it occurred to me this morning that it might be helpful to call out some of the ways we block or inhibit connecting with other women and how we can move past them. 1. Holding Yourself to Unrealistic Standards  The phenomenon of wanting to […]

As I write this, I’m coming off of double-header births at which I had the privilege of witnessing two baby boys make their entrances into this world just twelve hours apart. (Hence why I haven’t written in a few days. Pulling all-nighters in your thirties requires a couple days of recuperation.) I’ve been working part-time […]