Letter from the Editor

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 become politically active is a great start.

 

We decided to ask modern day moms: what fuels the protesters who hide inside us all?

 

Über Mom Amie Mignatti, yogi and nature expert, thinks that if you only have one life to live, you better do it by your own terms. Swedish native and scientist Pia Johansson questions modern day Feminism, while life coach Julie Leonard brings to light the question of our boys and their emotions.  Mallika Bhatia is holding her sign high to stop wastage.

 

Lisa Davidson, German Expat and mom of 2, living in America, will not tolerate judgement. Counselor Katie Rössler wants the destigmatization of mental health issues. Lastly, Asja Baško is galvanizing the community for change.

 

We don’t need picket lines or signs. We are modern day women, mothers, and community leaders who will March when we so see fit and will encourage our children to follow our lead.

 

It’s March. Spring is here: it’s time for change.

 

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Jordan Sapir, mother of 2 glitter-laden girls, 1 and 3, studied Journalism and International Political Science in NYC, a place she once called home. She can slaughter 5 languages fluently. She has worked in a newsroom or 2, walked a catwalk or three, and is all for an impromptu adventure. Having traded in her Prada for Preztels, the founder of Über Moms lives in Munich, where she is a stay at home mom and studying to become a certified nutritionist. She is a mommy on a mission and wants to help fellow mothers raise healthy happy families, and beat a PR here and there.

 

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