Telling your story is a radical feminist act.
I’ve said it once, and I’ll say it over and over again. To whoever wants to hear it; Telling Your Story is a Radical Feminist Act. And one of the absolute best ways that you can be a feminist is to tell your story. You can catch me for a great interview over on Meet This Maker with Jen Levin talking all about how I believe everyone has a story worth telling.
I talk with Jen about Feminist Scrapbooking, documenting our lives, what we wish we knew about our grandmothers’ lives, and how even the most mundane everyday tasks are worthy of being documented because they are the things that make up the stories of our lives.
I also spend some time talking with Jen about how being creative was my saving grace in school and the importance of talking about mental health (something I’ve been spending a lot more time talking about lately) both online and on the Crafty Ass Female podcast.
Whether you are a scrapbooker or not, you don’t want to miss this interview!
I also did a FUN rapid-fire question and answer with Jen that you can get access to in Jen’s Facebook community. It was SO GOOD, Jen says she might love it more than the full interview! She asked me what the best advice I’ve ever received was, and it sparked a really awesome conversation on perfectionism, learning, and being open to knowing. If you’ve ever struggled with perfectionism, you don’t want to miss it! Head over to Jen’s FB group to check it out.