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Eeka McLeod and her family. Photo by Ashly Nicole @ashlynicolephoto | 
Makeup: Erik Torppe @theglamjew | 
Hair: Bijan Kazemzadeh @paleopaque | 
Kids’ Fashion: Joyfolie @joyfolie // Michele Marie PR @michelemariepr |
Eeka Fashion: Rebdolls @rebdolls // Michele Marie PR @michelemariepr

Single Mom Creates Viral Content On TikTok Advocating For Her LGBTQ+ & Disabled Children

Social media has become the proverbial megaphone for our generation. It is a powerful tool (albeit with its own numerous flaws) that has helped amplify important messages, campaigns, and the […]

Lifestyle

A Helpful Guide For Planning A Family Trip To The US

A Helpful Guide For Planning A Family Trip To The US

Family vacations are thrilling, fun, and adventurous. There are plenty of things and places you can see as a family. Now that the world is opening up to travel again […]

Interviews

Author Takes Us On A Journey Through Her South Asian Heritage & Fave Cuisine In New Book ‘Khabaar’

Author Takes Us On A Journey Through Her South Asian Heritage & Fave Cuisine In New Book ‘Khabaar’

In 2020, scientist and writer Madushree Ghosh, wrote an essay for Longreads about her family’s South Asian cultural heritage, honoring her late parents’ through vivid memories of her immigrant family’s […]

Family Life

4 Quick Things Moms Can Do To Stay Energized All Day

4 Quick Things Moms Can Do To Stay Energized All Day

Being a mom is a demanding job. A lot will be expected of you, yet only a few will likely appreciate the amount of mental, physical, and emotional labor that […]

Family Life

Having A Newborn Can Be Overwhelming: Here’s How To Make It Easier

Having A Newborn Can Be Overwhelming: Here’s How To Make It Easier

Having a newborn can be an incredibly rewarding experience, but it can also be quite overwhelming. If you’re feeling unprepared or uncertain about what to do when it comes to […]

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How Parenting Has Changed In The Last 100 Years

How Parenting Has Changed In The Last 100 Years

By Katie Tejada If you look back at your childhood, you’ll likely find a few things that your parents did that differ from what you do today. And your parents […]

Interviews

Author Lyn Liao Butler Brings A Multicultural Tale About Family & Heritage In “Red Thread of Fate”

Author Lyn Liao Butler Brings A Multicultural Tale About Family & Heritage In “Red Thread of Fate”

For fans of Amy Tan, Celeste Ng, and Liane Moriarty comes a new book from Taiwanese author Lyn Liao Butler (“The Tiger Mom’s Tale”), who returns for a multicultural tale of […]

Working Women

How to Manage Being a Working Mother With Boundaries Your Company Respects

How to Manage Being a Working Mother With Boundaries Your Company Respects

By our content partners at Fairygodboss Work-life balance is key to a fulfilling career but, unfortunately, few Americans have figured it out. Companies like Freddie Mac prioritize the accessibility of […]

Interviews

Jacinta and Rosemary at Maine Correctional Center, 2016. 
Photo © Jessica Earnshaw.

Gripping Documentary Follows A Multigenerational Story Of Addiction, Love & Hope

A new Hulu original documentary, in partnership with ABC News and Impact Partners, is giving viewers a candid and eye-opening view into addiction and how it can impact multiple generations […]

Contributors

Writer Reflects On Her Mother’s Mexican Immigrant Experience & The Call To California.

Writer Reflects On Her Mother’s Mexican Immigrant Experience & The Call To California.

By Linda Feyder I am a second-generation Mexican-American on my maternal side. Like so many of us today, my genealogy reads like a complicated recipe.  A little of this, a little […]

Contributors

Dear Fellow Mom, You’re Doing A Great Job. Seriously!

Dear Fellow Mom, You’re Doing A Great Job. Seriously!

By Nina Restieri When a woman becomes her own best friend, life is easier. —Diane von Furstenberg  “I’m a shitty mom.” I texted those words to a friend after a […]

Family Life

What We Can Learn From Children With Autism

What We Can Learn From Children With Autism

By Aaron Smith There’s an old saying: “Once you’ve met one child with autism, you’ve met one child with autism.” In other words, no condition can define a person. At […]

Family Life

How To Make The Holidays Special While Away From Your Family This Season

How To Make The Holidays Special While Away From Your Family This Season

The holidays tend to be the happiest time of year for a lot of people. However, this year, things might be slightly different. Due to the pandemic, many people will […]

Family Life

New Documentary Follows A French Gay Couple’s Journey To Las Vegas To Start A Family Via Surrogacy

New Documentary Follows A French Gay Couple’s Journey To Las Vegas To Start A Family Via Surrogacy

What defines a family? And who gets to decide what defines a family? Do we all have equal opportunities and support to plan and start our families? What if you […]

Contributors

After Having Her Baby In Jail, This Mom Shares Her Story Of Sobriety And How Female Friendships Helped Her Stay On The Path

After Having Her Baby In Jail, This Mom Shares Her Story Of Sobriety And How Female Friendships Helped Her Stay On The Path

By Anna, for New Directions For Women My name is Anna, and more than anything, I am looking forward to my future and what’s in store for me and my […]