Member Spotlight

Member Spotlight on Michelle Wilson

  Michelle Wilson has been in our WIW community for many years. In fact, she has even started bringing her daughter Maddie to events as well!  It gives us great pleasure to introduce you to this remarkable woman . . . Recently we had a little girl talk with Michelle and this is what she … [Read More...]

New on the Blog: Stimulate Your Mind, Nurture Your Soul

Love Your Life, Love Yourself

Some people really get into the spirit of Valentine's Day and others, like me, are a little jaded and think that love should be celebrated year round and not on a day where it is expected. But I got to thinking . . . Rather than succumbing to the "norm" and making it all about your partner and … [Read More...]

It Wasn’t Just About The Game . . .

My father was a huge football fan and growing up I was always annoyed that it is what was on our one TV every Sunday. As I have gotten older, I have come to really enjoy the New England Patriots and have an appreciation for all that they represent. It is not completely about the ball or the game. … [Read More...]

Part 2 – Some Funny Things Happened on the Way To Being 50

Some Funny Things Happened on the Way to Being 50 . . . Life Lessons and Random Crap I Learned in My Half Century! By Leslie Sturgeon, Women Inspiring Women Founder   Part 2 (see Part 1 here) OR download a PDF version of the complete blog here.   Last week I shared with you … [Read More...]

Some Funny Things Happened on the Way To Being 50

Some Funny Things Happened on the Way to Being 50 . . . Life Lessons and Random Crap I Learned in My Half Century! By Leslie Sturgeon, Women Inspiring Women Founder   This is a 2 part blog series - stay tuned for the final next week! Christmas Eve was a big day . . . not only because … [Read More...]

A Message From the Heart

  I'm not going to lie . . . this year kicked my butt in a big way. It started out on a high note with lofty goals and a road map to elevate Women Inspiring Women. Then bam - I needed surgery to remove my gallbladder. There were changes in my personal life with a relationship shake up (it’s … [Read More...]

Speaking of Speakers . . .

Speaking of Speakers . . . Recently, a few of you have inquired as to how the decision is made on who will be speaking at the NH Conference for Women each year, and how topics are chosen. Here are some insights: First and foremost, I listen to YOU, my beloved “Pink Posse.”  Every year, after … [Read More...]