March: Women’s Month. What Would You March For? A Note from the Editor By Jordan Sapir International Women’s Day, March 8th, provided ample inspiration for this month’s Über Moms Newsletter. Reflecting on what has motivated women in history to … Continue reading Letter from the Editor
By Pia Johansson Sometimes when I say that I am a feminist, I get weird reactions. People, including women, seem annoyed, and seem to think that as a feminist I believe that women are better than men, that women deserve … Continue reading What is Feminism? Definition, Connotations and Action
by Mallika Bhatia On a recent business trip, my husband saw something that has always bothered us: criminal wastage of resources in the name of luxury. He was staying in a five-star property and, as expected, there were … Continue reading Waste in the Name of Luxury
By Katie Rössler Imagine you fell and broke your leg. You are in great physical pain. Who would you call? What would you do? Who would be there to help you as you recover? How long would you expect recovery … Continue reading Stop Walking on a Sprained Ankle
By Lisa Davidson Everyone judges, but no one likes being judged, especially if it’s based on preconceptions, stereotypes and clichés. Unfortunately, our world is full of judgement – everywhere, every day. Whether it is at the playground, at work … Continue reading Judgement No More!
By Julie Leonard Last week, my son, who is 2 years old, was crying. When I asked him why he was crying he replied, ‘I feel upset’. I then asked him why he was upset, and he said, ‘Because I … Continue reading Raising Emotionally Aware Boys
By Asja Baško March is the beginning of the spring, the time to wake up and to start to work on your dreams and goals, as well as to celebrate International Women’s Day. It’s also a time to ‘march’ … Continue reading March for Community
By Amie Mignatti Each of our lives is unique, by their very design. The families, culture, country, language and socio-economic status we are born into is not a choice, yet define so much of who we are. But as … Continue reading Own Your Life