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WI - Milwaukee Chapter

Event: Monthly Meeting: HMN U Holistic Show & Tell

January 15, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

As parents and caregivers, we are always learning new ways to navigate family and holistic living. So tonight’s your night to share! Depending on number of participants, we’ll each get about 5 minutes to share a special talent, skill, or tip. Kind of like the show & tell days of yore. Maybe you:

  • Play the ukelele
  • Make beeswax wrap
  • Have perfected your holistic remedy kit
  • Can tie a cherry stem with your tongue*
  • Read a great parenting book and have a few tips to share
  • Simplified meal planning to a science
  • Are reducing your family’s waste to zero

The point is, we all have at least one or two special superpowers that fall somewhere on the holistic continuum. And you know what? What may be “common sense” or “so everyday” to you, will lead to another person’s <<mind blown>>…hence our picture for the month. So, let’s get together and fill our cups with some great ideas for the new year!

To RSVP or ask questions

Email us at MilwaukeeHMN [at] gmail [dot] com, or visit our public facebook page and look for the event. We look forward to seeing you!

Who are we?

Holistic Moms Network is a national non-profit, membership-based organization providing information and support for people interested in green living and parenting from the heart. Monthly meetings and shared follow ups are only part of what we offer. The big picture is about building community. Playgroups, make n takes, craft nights, meal trains, late-night chats online with local and national members, Facebook live events, lending library, clothing and toy swaps, and additional spontaneous events between members bring our community to life. Try out an event or two to ensure we’re a good fit for you.

Ready to join?

Learn more: https://www.holisticmoms.org/membership-registration/ or call/text (414) 604-MOMS.

*Wondering about the holistic value of a cherry stem? Really, I’m just curious. And it probably leads to lots of laughter. That’s always a good thing!

Photo by Matt Palmer on Unsplash