Motherhood Mix Issue 007

The Motherhood Mix

Issue 007

This will be a short newsletter because I’m honestly at a bit of a loss for what to say. This week has been painful for our country. Personally, I am still grappling with how to effect meaningful change. There is a lot to unpack as someone who benefits from white privilege and is also raising two brown girls. 

I hope you find the resources I’ve included helpful and if you have any resources or ideas you’d like to share, I’d love to hear from you!

Wishing you peace. ☮️


➡️ Thank you to everyone who participated in the subscriber survey! Because of you, we’ll be donating $30 to Together Rising. 🙌 If you missed out, you’re still welcome to take it.
 11 Things To Do Besides Say ‘This Has To Stop’ In The Wake Of Police Brutality

One thing on this list that we can all do – vote with our conscience. 

If you are also a beneficiary of white privilege, you may want to check out this advice on addressing race with your kids.

There are tons of additional resources for parents regarding talking with kids about race as well as some great resources we can learn from ourselves.

If you need to brush up on the terminology, The Smithsonian has a great in-depth article.


Try making “containers” of time to consume news/social media. Decide which times of day you’re going to spend reading or watching the news or scrolling through social media. Set a 20-minute timer and stop when it goes off.
If nothing else, see if you can avoid news/social media for 2 hours after waking up and 2 hours before going to sleep. This allows you the headspace to determine your own mood for the day and will hopefully help you sleep more soundly at night.

Quote of the Week

Laugh of the Week

If you'd like The Motherhood Mix sent straight to your inbox every week, please join us!