• Sommer Hamilton

Finding Your Tribe



Being a part of the tribe

Now more than ever women are isolated given the pace of society.

The demands to keep up with home, family, children, and work, leaves very little room for women to make lasting friendships.

Back in the day of tribal cultures, women shared their lives together as a whole. The combined force, they were able to make more of an impact. While giving support, reassurance and a helping hand with filling emotional gaps for each other.

Not only for comfort and enjoyment, but experts have also provided research and studies on how it benefits women's health. Women are naturally empathetic and know how to restore their families and each other.

The power of a tribe makes, home, work, children and the world a better place. The woman provides a safer, kinder, wiser and healthier environment.

What the world needs more of are tribal women. Building your tribe will not only make an impact on your own life but other women as well. By finding your tribe you're not only just surviving, but you're also thriving.

How do you build your tribe? Join a group you're interested in, befriend a neighbor or maybe a coworker. You don't have to see each other every day just as long as you're connected with your tribe.


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