Sisters, We’ve Got to Stand Together

Last night I reposted something my good friend Lisa Bevere posted on her Instagram. It was the well-known quote by Matthew Arnold, “If there ever comes a time when the women of the world come together purely and simply for the benefit of mankind, it will be a force such as the world has never […]

Solidarity like the Redwoods

I was born in California and I remember family road trips through the redwoods and their majestic beauty, running through the forest and hugging their huge trunks. Redwoods are tall, strong, resilient, and live for thousands of years. But what we might not know is that their roots are relatively shallow, which doesn’t quite make […]

Sometimes We’re a Little Too Willing to Sacrifice

There’s a story going around Facebook this week about a woman who was asked to take notes in a work meeting. One of her male colleagues started his presentation and out of nowhere said, “Martha, you take notes.” He kept going without even waiting for a response. At the end of his presentation he asked […]

Find Your Squad

By Anne Berkie Carrasco | Twitter: @berkie It was just another average night at home. I was standing in my kitchen in my undies making protein pancakes for dinner when suddenly I burst into tears. It took me a full 30 minutes and three burned pancakes before I could calm myself down. It had been a […]

Sex Through the Seasons

By Adrienne Gross | Twitter: @adrienne_gross There’s a reason the type of sex most prevalent in TV shows, movies and popular music is young, wild, impetuous, and often adulterous. It’s new, exciting and illicit, so people are convinced that kind of sex is desirable. We rarely see happily married couples having home-cooked, comfortable sex. I admit there was […]