Wonderful Women’s Work

As promised, a round up of women I would like to salute for doing their thing with vision, courage and creativity…

First off… a very special event to celebrate 100 years of International Women’s Day 2011, linking women’s circles around the globe. Visit  http://www.flarewales.com/  to find out more and join in.

Publications
JUNO magazine – the most gorgeous natural parenting magazine around inspiring a community of families who  think outside the box  www.junomagazine.com
Earth Pathways Diary – inspiring writing, visionary art, a pure joy, created by a very special team of women
http://www.earthpathwaysdiary.co.uk/

Bloggers
Who write with vision, flair and commitment, and regularly inspire me
Monica http://holisticmum.blogspot.com
Mama-om mama-om.blogspot.com


Websites
Rachael  at http://www.moontimes.co.uk/ raises consciousness about menstruation, educates young women with love, writes books, and sells products which care for you and your world.

Newly launched –welcomeworldcafe.com the UK’s first online forum dedicated to herbs for family life, pregnancy and birth.

Craftiness
Inspireco – the most gorgeous magazine of Christmas craft ideas done by a stay at home mama in her spare moments
http://inspireco.blogspot.com/2010/11/inspired-ideas-christmas-issue.html

And Twig and Toadstool, two mamas who vision and make the most gorgeous, magical seasonal Steiner figures that make me want to be a child all over again – check out their fairy houses- quite spectacular!  http://twigandtoadstool.blogspot.com/

And dear friends…
Mary, a birthing mama through and through www.birthingmamas.ie
Laura for her gorgeous dolls and felt creatures http://nestledunderrainbows.blogspot.com
Lorraine for her creative cards http://www.outsidethelines.ie/

Apologies if I have missed anyone crucial. Share the love by visiting these people and supporting their work. Do share other wonderful women’s work in the comments box below.

 (I reserve the right to remove any links which I feel are not in keeping with the ethos of this blog)

Share

Wanting to self-publish?

A Beginner's Guide to Self-Publishing

Archives