Raising Kids Who Are Actively Anti-Racist: Tabitha St. Bernard-Jacobs and Adam St. Bernard Jacobs Are Teaching Us How
"We’re both intentional about centering our parenting around justice and creativity and are also big believers in always being a work in progress."
Sleep: Uncovered - Zen Mamas Teresa Palmer and Sarah Wright Olsen on sleeping, dreaming, and wind-down rituals while pregnant and postpartum
Zen Mama founders, actresses, and entrepreneurs Teresa Palmer and Sarah Wright Olsen share what its like to sleep, dream, and how to find that elusive rest while pregnant with littles underfoot.
Where Do We Go From Here? Join The Fold For A Conversation About The Impact of COVID-19 on Women and Mothers In The Workplace
Join us for a free virtual event featuring Angela Garbes, The Fold's Nora Gomez-Strauss and hosted by Executive Editor, Amanda Carter Gomes.
Activist Elena Hung Wants You To Know What's At Stake With Amy Coney Barrett's SCOTUS Nomination
"It is clear the fight to preserve protections for pre-existing conditions is on the ballot. The next Justice that goes on the Court will decide whether or not 135 million Americans—including my daughter—will still have protections despite pre-existing conditions."
Krista Scenna, Curator and Owner of Ground Floor Gallery, on Life in the Arts, Small Business Ownership and Motherhood
Arts & Culture Editor, Nora Gomez-Strauss, spoke with Ground Floor Gallery owner Krista Scenna about life in the arts right now and raising children in this volatile time.
Motherhood At 40 & Beyond: Rachel Daugherty on Adopting at 42
"It is a misconception that offering unsolicited advice is harmless. Some of us biologically cannot carry a child to term, and some of us cannot even get pregnant. I wish more women would think about that and be more sensitive when discussing pregnancy and children."
A Conversation With Maternal Health Advocate and Founder of Every Mother Counts, Christy Turlington Burns
We chatted with the founder of Every Mother Counts, Christy Turlington Burns, about the impetus behind her advocacy and the maternal healthcare crisis the US is facing — and what she is doing to combat it.
"To be honest, I’ve never pictured myself with kids": On The Choice To Not Have Children
Child bearing can be a beautiful choice, but also one that many women wrestle with. We recently sought the perspective of a 40-year-old friend who has chosen to not have children, today she shares her experience and offer insights to anyone curious about her decision.
Personal Style: Singer/Songwriter Shelby Earl on Music, Life Pivots and Pregnancy
We spoke with recording artist Shelby Earl to discuss all things personal transformation and personal style. With a baby on the way and a music career, Shelby shares her experiences with life pivots, taking risks, preparing to become a mother for the first time while also maintaining her career and identity as a musician.
Single Women and Their Spaces: Personal Stylist and Mother of Twins, Tiffany Wendel
Sometimes the perfect respite from life's unpredictability is a favorite spot in our homes. For Tiffany Wendel, a professional stylist and mother of twins, redesigning her home after a divorce sounded like the perfect form of self care. With deep, textured greens and airy blues comprising the design direction of each room, it seems every inch of Tiffany's home is meant to pay homage to calmness, balance and, the thing she loves most of all, the ocean.
Motherhood At 40 and Beyond: Meet Amy, Mom to Henry
"I wish there were more normal/not scary resources for women over 40. I live in LA and here it's not that unusual."
Carrie Akre On Her 10 Year Hiatus, Returning To The Rock Star Life and Becoming A Mother of One
Contributor and musician Shelby Earle talks with Carrie Akre about career transitions, assumptions about motherhood in a male dominated industry, her 10 year hiatus making music and the thing that is bringing her back to the limelight.