Connection is so important (like an actual human need - I'm reading about it right now, it's so fascinating!) and the two most powerful words in the English language are "me too!" They tell us that we're not alone and that we don't have to do it alone.
That's a huge part of why I created The Girl Gang Conversations; there are too many topics like money, sexuality, relationships, careers, love, and health where we've been taught to keep the tough stuff to ourselves. We've been conditioned to think it's not "polite" to have difficult conversations or be real about where we're at with things.
When we're seeing everyone else's highlight reels on social media, it can feel like our lives are the only ones that are messy and imperfect on the inside because we're not talking about this stuff, sometimes not even with our closest friends.
The podcast is amazing because every week women are bravely sharing their stories: their messes, their successes, their obstacles, and their victories. They're honest about what's working for them and what's not. And I hope that these conversations help us all feel a little bit less alone.
But I want us all to be part of the conversation. And that's what Girl Gang HQ is all about. It's a closed Facebook group, so no one outside of the group will see anything you post which makes it a completely safe and supportive space to show up in all our messy, imperfect humanness. Because we're all just figuring it out - just like everybody else.
Every week we share what we're loving right now, what we're grateful for, what we're working on, what we're struggling with, and we ask for support, encouragement, advice - whatever it is we need right now. Sometimes I share videos, worksheets, meditations, tarot readings, or tips & tricks - but mostly it's a place for community, connection, and conversation.