Strong Women

This past week I had the honor of guiding a group of female combat veterans. I found these marines and soldiers to be powerful and capable women who, like myself, found themselves in a male dominated work place. In unguarded moments, we spoke of how sometimes we were discriminated against because of our sex or how we looked and yet there was no male bashing. In fact, it was just the opposite. They spoke with love of their children, spouses, colleagues and male friends. Yet, even at this caring retreat, a gentleman said to us that he didn’t believe that a woman could or should be President. I know… it was a seriously shocking comment in this day and age to make to a table full of women. An

Find Your Tribe!!

I remember as a child how easy it was to make friends running around the school yard. Even as a young adult it was easy, while living in a college dorm with built in companions and in my early teaching career meeting strong, caring women coworkers. As I got older, life seemed to get so busy. My friends had children to care for and I coached something every season, but my women friends would still rally around each other when needed. Then I left teaching after 30 years for a life adventure and new career as a Registered Maine Guide. As a female who grew up doing all kinds of outdoor activities, I was surprised to find this new work environment to be a mostly male dominated one. Where is my

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