Philanthropy Friday: Sudara Products, Made from Hope for Comfort

Sudara makes products that empower women who are working to remain free from sex slavery. The company exists with the basic belief that “No human being should be owned by anyone, anywhere, for any reason- ever.” The idea for Sudara came about after a life-changing trip to India by founder...more

Wordless Wednesday: Simple Giving Selfie

I took this photo earlier this month as I sat down to review the copyedited version of my manuscript for Simple Giving. It’s been a long process, but my book will be out on October 27, 2015. It’s available for pre-sale on...more

An afternoon haiku and a special #ebook bundle from #MomsWhoWrite

It occurred to me last night, as I was (finally) getting ready to go to bed, that it was actually Monday night (and not Sunday) and had not scheduled a blog post for the week yet. I’m not a stickler for the exact times I post, but I am a creature of habit. I have......more

Philanthropy Friday: Supporting TTTS Loss Moms

In 2011 a group of parents of identical twins banded...more

Wordless Wednesday: Lounging at the Dentist’s Office

Linking up with Wordless Wednesday and 5 Minutes for Mom ...more

This sh*t is hard.

This sh*t is hard. The words keep reeling through my brain. I say them out loud to remind a friend she’s not alone ....more

Philanthropy Friday: State of the World’s Mothers Report 2015

Save the Children recently released their 16th annual...more

Wordless Wednesday: Flexing My Global Advocacy Muscles for a #Strengthie Because #PovertyIsSexist

Two months ago I shared a post from my good friend and fellow ONE Mom, Nicole Melancon, that featured’s new #PovertyIsSexist campaign. The campaign aims to influence...more

Celebrating and Thanking Moms with Chocolate #SBTreatMom

Disclosure: I received two amazing packages from Shari’s Berries that inspired this post. The opinions, words and photos are all mine. Sadly, the treats are...more

Philanthropy Friday: Maria’s Home Ownership Story and National Women Build Week

We’re at the tail end of Habitat for Humanity’s...more