Monthly Archives: March 2014

5 Tips To Help Moms Move Toward More Friendships

Oh to all my sweet and loving and amazing momma’s out there, I want to write a little note of encouragement to you. Mommy Guilt & Friendship When you come up to me after I finish speaking, you often look … Continue reading

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The Log In My Own Eye (a.k.a. I’m Still Judgmental!)

Last week I was on one of those long, glorious walks with my husband along the Bay; the sun was shining, and our conversation was rich as we were both sharing what we were each choosing to celebrate about the … Continue reading

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5 Tips for Planning a Girls Weekend!

When we were little we knew them as slumber parties.  We’d eagerly look forward to getting to stay up late, giggle, and act silly. Those long nights were bonding in ways that time at recess, afternoon play-dates, and long phone … Continue reading

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Feminism is a Friendship Issue

Last night three of us sat in the beautiful living room of my friend’s brand new condo. It was gorgeous. We toasted her buying her own home (in the Bay Area that is a HUGE feat!), and indirectly toasted the … Continue reading

Posted in Books & Movies, Feminism, Group Friendships, Importance of Friendship, Jealousy & Competition, Judging Others, Moms, Personal Growth/Spirituality | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | 17 Comments