MEET OUR TEAM: Idelette Talks with Chervelle Camille

I thought it’s about time we introduce you to our SheLoves team members and give you a glimpse into the heart and stories of the women who make this community run. Today, I am talking with Chervelle Camille who is responsible for creating the daily graphics on SheLoves. I’ve known Chervelle for many years—we’ve shared […]

How I Learned to Stop Assuming the Worst

I’m wading through grad school right now, somewhere in the messy middle of things. My goal in doing the grad program I chose, had a lot to do with an inner restlessness I can’t quite explain, and a desire to know I’ve put my back into life and am making the most use of the cards […]

Deconstructing the Narratives

In June, my husband and I purchased new phones. This may not seem particularly noteworthy to some, but you have to understand that by the time we finally got new phones, I had had my iPhone 4 for nearly four years. It had a shattered screen, it had stopped saving my text messages, it had […]

Not My Business

“Mommy, that not you business.” I think this was the most important thing anyone has ever said to me. It was said to me by a child who could not yet use the potty on her own. It was said to me from a five-point harness I had to buckle, because her tiny thumbs didn’t […]

I Was in Hiding

By Amy Chumbley I was in hiding. My friends had begun to wonder if I was a vampire. I was only going out at night with the dogs. No more morning walks, visiting with my neighbors in the yard, grocery shopping, or eating out. My doctor had recommended that I apply Fluorouracil, a topical chemotherapy […]