As 2012 winds down and I excitedly develop the direction of this show and my work in the coming year - I am excited to be joined by award-winning journalist, author and educator Estelle Sobel Erasmus to talk about the power of Self Expression and personal storytelling in the lives of women, mothers and girls. Join us!
Estelle Sobel Erasmus is a award-winning journalist, author, and former magazine editor-chief (Woman's Own, Hachette Filipacchi's Body by Jake, Esthetique), and adjunct professor at NYU, who sits on the board of directors of the national non-profit organization Mothers & More. She writes a Teachable Moments column and Women's Issues column for examiner.com. She went from Dating Diva to Married Lady to Older Mom in a blink of an eye and writes about her transformative journey through motherhood (and marriage) at her award-winning blog Musings on Motherhood and Mid-Life (http:// musingsonmotherhoodmidlife.com) which was named one of Circle of Mom's Top 25 Blogs by a Mom for 2012. Estelle was also in the 2012 New York Production of Listen to Your Mother, where she read an original essay on Motherhood. She was one of the 2012 BlogHer Voices of the Year, and had her writing anthologized in the 2012 BlogHer Voices of the Year book. A paper Estelle presented at the 2012 Mothers Initiative for Research and Community Action conference will be anthologized in a publication from Demeter Press entitled, What Do Mothers Need? Estelle can be found on twitter at http://twitter. com/mommymusings011 and Pinterest at http://pinterest.com/mommymusings011. She is currently writing a play depicting her exploits as a single woman prior to marriage and motherhood.Return to the Make Peace at Home Show Page
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