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Dear New Mama Who Feels Like She’s Failing

“(24/7) once you sign on to be a mother, that’s the only shift they offer.” — Jodi Picoult “Even if i’m setting myself up for failure, I think it’s worth trying to be a mother who delights in who her children are. A mother who spends less time obseessing about what will happen, or what has happened, and more time reveling in what is. A mother who doesn’t…

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Crowned by Mary Kamau

Mary and I go way back. We met in university and she always had this sort of poise and composure about herself that would probably heighten your insecurity as a lady if you weren’t sure of yourself. She was the way I imagine the statue of liberty to be – inspiring and unintentionally intimidating. But her heart! Oh. There have been few that I’ve met with a heart…


My friendship journey & Lisa-Jo’s Never Unfriended Book Part 1

@laittara and I girling around pic by Ithan Hurd As women, our craving for connection is beyond intrinsic. We’ve been wired that way – to burrow deep and to desire belonging. Isn’t it a wonder why women tend to be each other’s worst enemies? How does it look like to have a community of women that support each other, love each other and celebrate each other? Now, this…