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How to Just Go For It (Even When You Aren’t Sure)

In their book the ‘The Confidence Code‘, authors Katty Kay and Claire Shipman researched the actual science and art of being self assured. They researched the difference between men and women and found evidence of women’s acute lack of confidence. Women naturally tend to doubt themselves and their abilities while men, although they can doubt […]

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Join Us For Our Free Challenge and Find The Right Business Idea

It’s been a busy summer for us at SisterUp and we are excited to finally be back in a routine with the kids back in school! Can you relate? We finally have time to focus on us. Maybe you are like we were just two years ago. At a point in your life where you want to […]

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Q&A with Play Expert Meredith Sinclair

Inspiring more purposeful acts of playfulness for your every day. That’s Meredith Sinclair’s mission! Meredith, a mom of two teenage boys, has dedicated her life to preaching PLAY! She started out by writing a blog and doing local television in Chicago. But, as her boys got older, she knew she wanted to preach play to […]

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Q&A with Blogger Kenzie Tillotson of Five Take Flight

Have you ever had the thought that you should just sell everything and travel the world? We have! Kenzie Tillotson is the founder of Five Take Flight, a lifestyle blog. Recently, she and her husband sold their house (and the majority of their belongings) to take a year-long journey around the world with their three […]

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Q&A with Nutritionist Esther Schultz

We’ve been begging Nutritionist Esther Schultz of The Wholesome Fork to use OUR kitchen to try out all of her amazing recipes, and then leave the leftovers, especially the Almond Date Granola Bars. So far it isn’t working. What is working is her determination to take action everyday to help people remove the shame, guilt, and stress […]

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Q&A with Filmmaker Jamielyn Lippman

This week, in honor of Mental Health awareness month, we talk with filmmaker Jamielyn Lippman about her new documentary, When the Bough Breaks. The film takes an honest look at Postpartum Depression and Postpartum Psychosis. Narrated and Executive Produced by Brooke Shields, it premiered last week in 64 countries and 4 languages. How did you find that […]

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SisterUp Reads

We are a little book obsessed over here. We love learning and gulping down new information. Our dad was a teacher and our mom was always looking for the newest information on alternative health, so we grew up with the foundation that continuing your education and knowledge is essential to your growth in life. With […]

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Q&A With Founder and President of HayesTough Foundation, Savanna Tate

With May being brain tumor awareness month we couldn’t think of a better sister to kick off our May ‘Sisters Series’ than Savanna Tate, founder and president of HayesTough Foundation, and mom of six. Why did you start the HayesTough Foundation? I, along with my husband Steve, am a parent to six beautiful children, one of those being Hayes, […]

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Q&A with SisterUp Founders Lindsay Stephenson & Krista Parry

One month ago today, SisterUp was launched! We are so honored and delighted to have you here. It’s the perfect day for a SisterUp Series Q&A with the SisterUp sisters, Krista and Lindsay. How did you find that idea that started your business? Where were you at in life when you started your business? KRISTA: […]

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Are You Chicken? Or Are You Just Playing Chicken With Your Life

At the SisterUp One-Day Workshop in Salt Lake City last weekend, I asked the audience these questions: Are you chicken? Or are you just playing chicken shit with your life? To be clear, we’re talking about two different, yet related topics here: One is the actual chicken. The other is what comes out of a […]

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