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“I have only ever been a mother”

I am quoting Miranda Hersey and her freshly published blog post on the Out of the Mouths of Babes blog series.

Just this morning, I was talking with Amy Humes about the work that rose out of her “only being a mother”. After years of working in the entertainment industry in New York City, Amy became a full-time mom. And, being an industriously curious woman who has launched more than a few really good ideas, Amy came up with
this project. I will let her tell you all about it. According to Amy, creating these buttons is the first work that she has ever done that is in harmony with who she has become as a mother.

What about you?
Have you only ever been something that keeps you feeling small and undervalued?
Is there a message you’d love to hear throughout your day that would give you a positive boost?

Today mine would be:

Eat lunch when you are hungry.

Tata for now,

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  • Tammy

    Oh yes there is. “I am a fit and sexy woman.” over and over again 🙂

  • Kathy

    I felt small and undervalued for years. Felt like I was stuck out in the middle of the woods pretty much just getting through the days. But there were the babes, the sweethearts, to help pull me through, to help give it all some worth. (Except for a certain time in teenage years.) The funny thing is…I still think I was doing lots of fun and valued things…it just felt like society didn’t quite value me. Turning it around was an inside job. The self began to like the self more, and value it more, and pretty soon the world reflected that. Thanks for asking, Suzi.