The (News) Edit - The Fold

The (News) Edit

The thoughts and ideas that made us pause, think and, most importantly, consider what is happening in the world this week.
Author:
Publish date:
Illustration Credit: Hannah Drossman

Illustration Credit: Hannah Drossman

Women around the world reveal intimate stories of abortion: “Behind the roiling public debates are deeply personal experiences: an unintended pregnancy, rape, family influence, a medical crisis, feelings of loss.” (The New York Times)

Summer of rage: “White men are the minority in the United States — no wonder they get uncomfortable when their power is challenged.” (The Cut)

The Nato Summit is off to a fiery start: Here’s what’s at stake as the world leaders sit down in Brussels. (Inkstick Media)

Get caught up on Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation: Here’s a distilled version of what’s happened since President Trump introduced his court nominee to the world on Monday night. (The New York Times)

Related

Manalo Family - BW 16

On Choosing Sobriety at 40

Friend of The Fold, Catherine Abegg, spoke with us about her journey to sobriety at 40, the benefits, the pitfalls and why we as women need to take a close look at our alcohol consumption.

lead_720_405-1

The (Motherhood) Edit

Welcome to our monthly motherhood edit where we share thoughts about the ties that bind us all to mothering, family and the nuances between.

gettyimages-1026639550

The (News) Edit

News that made us pause, think and, most importantly, consider what is happening in the world.

LauraAshStoreFront2

Meet Laura Ash: Clinical Herbalist and Owner of The Scarlet Sage Herb Co.

Laura Ash is a clinical herbalist and owner of The Scarlet Sage Co., the only shop of its kind in San Francisco's Mission District where over 10,000 herbal remedies, crystals, talismans and apothecary goods take center stage. Today Laura gives us a tour of her storefront and Wellness Space + shares her professional, healing insights on the power of herbs.

L68A1337

A Guide to Empty Nesting

As endlessly rewarding as it is to raise a family, there is something profoundly difficult about becoming an empty nester for the first time. We explore the various ways parents can reconnect with themselves--and still parent--through this transitional period.