Photo: Courtesy of Jennifer Lee of Jennifer Lee PhotographyListen to Your Mother gave voice to our own tales of living in the trenches, of personal details of hopes, and of laughs and of sad separation We wanted to share, and we felt the elation. Our stories of mothering, we wrote every word Finally, we … Continue Reading ››
Here is the link to the blog/talk radio show I did last week with host Joshua Margolis on TurtleShell Health talking about mothers' and women's issues. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/
turtleshellhealth/2012/04/25/ what-mothers-and-women-need- and-how-to-get-it
What do you think is the most important issue facing mothers today?
By Estelle Sobel Erasmus Tomorrow is the Listen to Your Mother show in NYC, which I'm proud to say I'm a part of. LTYM is a series of readings (in 10 cities) in celebration of all aspects of motherhood. The mission of each LISTEN TO YOUR MOTHER production is to "give voice to motherhood in all of its complexity, diversity, and humor." In … Continue Reading ››
By Estelle Sobel Erasmus Procter & Gamble, a corporation noted for their support of moms sponsored a very popular ad in honor of the 2012 London Olympic Games that my husband emailed to me thinking I’d like it. While I watched it I did wipe away a tear, and then I felt a little frustrated...just a little. Here is the ad: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NScs_qX2Okk&utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=D_SN_B_Best-Job_B_11.12&utm_term=procter%20and%20gamble%20ad&utm_content=spGWCwH5T|pcrid|19718610690|b|procter%20and%20gamble%20ad The admittedly heart-tugging ad shows mothers from several continents do the everyday … Continue Reading ››
This is the first post for the 31-days-in-May 2012 Word Count Blogathon. It was originally a page, but I made it a post. I got the idea for this post from the fantastic blog The Squashed Bologna. The post gives a bird's-eye view of me and my life based on my choices of words that resonate for me from the alphabet, A-Z. Here it goes.. A: Is for the appeal that advocacy … Continue Reading ››
I would love to interview and write a feature on my idol: Gloria Steinem Here are three reasons why: Mother of the Movement: She is feminist, journalist and activist who is also the mother of the woman's liberation movement in the late 1960s and 1970s. Gloria would make an interesting interview, because she is also full of contradictions. After a brief stint as a playboy bunny, where she experienced discrimination first-hand, she started Ms. … Continue Reading ››