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Summer Solstice Writing Circle with writer, teacher & Scribente co-founder, Rachel Berg Scherer
A creative-writing experience for all the senses
Monday, June 21, 2021
8:00 -10:00 pm EDT
Bring your laptop outside.
Bask in the quiet twilight of one of the longest days of the year.
Give your creativity the love and attention it needs.
Teacher, writer, and Scribente co-founder Rachel Berg Scherer will lead us through a creativity exercise that will both ground us to our physical place and allow us to release our inhibitions. All within the unique and brave Scribente Maternum community.
Registration is open! Make a little time for you this summer.
Write for Parents Magazine with Digital Content Director Julia Dennison
See your byline at parents.com
Friday, March 12
Take your lunch break with us! Join us in an interactive conversation with Julia Dennison, Digital Content Director for the Parents brand. Julia will share the kind of stories Parents is looking for, what makes a good pitch, and general tips about getting published in parenting publications. Parents.com is eager to publish, and we are lucky to add Julia's voice to ours! Julia will share all these inside secrets for FREE!
Julia Dennison is Digital Content Director for the Parents brand, which includes heading up the content for Parents.com and its social platforms. A single co-parenting mama to 4-year-old Esme, she’s been writing and editing in the parenting space for over 13 years (an editor in general for more than 16 years), with a passion for covering all the wonderfully unique ways people parent and form families. She’s been a co-host of the podcast Pregnancy Confidential, and now of the new podcast We Are Family with ShaunT, all about the diversity of family life in America today. She has also appeared as a panel moderator and expert on the parenting beat for various events and TV segments, including those for Good Morning America, CNN/HLN, Yahoo and local news networks.
Collective Care through Our Creativity - February 2021
Each Saturday in February, noon to 2:30 EST
Time as a large group to be inspired by our featured speaker and to set our intentions for the day ahead
- Smaller breakout accountability groups, facilitated by Pen Parentis
- Large group meditation and intentional movement exercises
All large group sessions are recorded. If you miss a Saturday, you won't miss the content.
Check in with your small group and new community all week long.
Saturday, February 6th
Sitting with the Grief and Hope of this Moment
Speaker: Maria Broom
We will sit with the feelings and emotions that this unique moment in history brings up. We will explore both the needs we each have personally, as well the needs of our communities. This day will also lay a foundation to tap into our maternal superpowers through writing and creativity. We will leave our time together ready to take care of ourselves and eager to take care of the collective.
Saturday, February 13th
Taking Care of Ourselves: The Oxygen Mask
Speaker: M. M. De Voe
In the spirit of the airplane oxygen mask in which we're reminded to mask up before assisting others, this session is designed to provide a centering opportunity to create a space for us to tend to ourselves so that we can more effectively turn the care outwards. We'll begin with self-care from the lens of activism and inclusion to ensure that roots of our self-care create a better world for everyone.
Saturday, February 20th
Taking Care of the World
Speaker: Rebecca Walker
We have focused on personal centering practice, and today we will work to take that care outwards. We will explore what we care most about in our homes, our communities, and our world and we will tap into our own connectedness to the world outside ourselves.
Saturday, February 27th
Cultivating Collective Care Every Day
Now that we have reset, re-centered, and reflected, we look to bringing these lessons to our everyday. This session will focus on action and creating a process to ensure that we're cultivating collective care every day. This session will also have a practical writing workshop component.