“I think I would be considered somewhat of a white passing standard, but it diminishes the fact that I am still half black”
"I have always treasured art, music, and literature, but as of late, I am reminded that they are a part of our survival, part of what keeps us mentally and emotionally healthy...these have all become my family’s stability in this time of uncertainty."
Gretchen Jones talks with Environmental Policy professional, Lisa McNally, about her decision to be childfree thus far, the surprising impact of children on the environment (it's not what you think!) and how her progressive upbringing laid the foundation for her leading a self actualized life.
In this month's Childfreeness column we discuss the impacts of education on procreation, the difference between being a childfree Gen Xer and a childfree Millennial, the myth that a childfree life = stress freel life, plus much more with Jonnyka Borman.
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.
Frequent contributor Jen CK Jacobs talks about the dissolution of her first marriage and the clarity that can come from grappling with love and loss.
We're so honored to share this thoroughly honest, brave and commendable woman's story, all offered in an effort to help anyone who might find themselves in a similar situation.