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Brave Collective: NYC

We started by sharing the bravest things we’d ever done. There’s something about hearing a piece of someone’s story that knits people together. All were inspiring. Conversation with this group was easy, maybe it was the close quarters being squeezed around a table with a few extra chairs. read more

honestly

Being Present with a Friend in Crisis

She had her hands to her face, and she kept repeating to the lifeguard, “That’s my baby. That’s my baby.” My best friend’s toddler son, my godson, lay blue and unresponsive by the side of the pool, while lifeguards worked tirelessly on him. read more

self

10 Rut Crushing Adventures For You and Your Friends

Are you in a mommy rut? Do you need a little excitement in your life (other than the chaos created by your two-year-old)? I know the feeling. I like play dates as much as any mom, but it’s time for some rut-crushing adventures, girls, and I have some ideas for you. read more

honestly

Remembering the Girl Who Lives inside You

I spend most of my days with my boys, ages three and five. We spend them close, laughing at each other’s knock-knock jokes and talking about simple things. But some days this house isn’t big enough, and I find myself crying into my toast needing a friend. A grown-up to ask me how I’m doing. read more

Brave Collective: Los Angeles

It was inspiring to start the conversation talking about the bravest thing each person had done. We ended the night with the Brave Collective Toast being said by women all over as they journey into brave things. read more