Sisterhood Camp 2015

Sisterhood Camp 2015 - image by Melanie Barnes from Geoffrey & Grace

I have been floating about all week. I can’t quite snap out of the spell that Sisterhood Camp put me under, nor do I really want to.

It was such a blissful weekend and best of all I have strengthened friendships and made new friends too.

I can feel a change in the air… something is brewing. There is a need for a different voice, or ideally a whole chorus of voices. There is power in the many, and what we can achieve as collective is greater than what we can achieve as an individual.

Not only that but there seems to be a real want for a different way and a different approach. Women (and men) who place importance on helping and encouraging each other. Who are there for one another to offer guidance and moral support. Who feel united in a common goal, not at odds with one another. Secure in the fact that there is plenty for all to go around, with an understanding that all our voices are unique and we should inspire each other to sing out loud.

Isn’t it better to cheer on our fellow sisters…. and say “you’ve got this, you can do it, we are here to pick you up if you fall”.

I have created a Steller Story about the weekend that you can watch below (or here), which will give you a little insight to how magical it was.

I will be back to share more stories from Sisterhood camp later, as really, I’m still digesting it all. In the meantime I just wanted to let you know that my hand is always here for you to hold.

If you are interested in joining us next year for Sisterhood camp 2016 sign up here 

Finally a big thank you to Lou from Little green shed for organising it all.

 

 

You may also like...

  • Your Steller Story is beautiful Melanie! I’ve enjoyed seeing all the photos pop up in my IG stream. So pleased to hear you got lots out of it. Would love to hear more when we next meet 🙂 xx

    • geoffreyandgrace

      Thank you Zoe 🙂 Also pleased you’ve enjoyed all the IG photos – was worried people might be getting a bit bored of them 😉 I’ve got so many to share, it’s been hard to pick which ones. Look forward to catching up soon Xx

  • Perfectly put. It does feel like the start of something – I came home with a whole new sense of enthusiasm and optimism for the future of all this web creativity we find ourselves doing! Lovely to meet you properly, too xx

    • geoffreyandgrace

      Thank you Sara and lovely to meet you too 🙂 We all need creativity to live happy and healthy lives I think, and it’s so nice to feel part of a community of people who get that and love it as much as I do xx

  • So great to meet you and beautifully written, Emma x x x

    • geoffreyandgrace

      Thanks Emma 🙂 and lovely to meet you too x

  • This is so beautiful and I love your Steller story. It was really lovely to spend time with you. Look forward to seeing more stories from Sisterhood. xx

    • geoffreyandgrace

      Thanks for your kind words Caroline and I really enjoyed getting to know you better xx

  • Yes, yes, yes! That’s what I feel, a real shift. Collaboration, not competition. Sisterhood Camp sounds amazing. I love your writing. If I don’t meet you there, enjoy Blogtacular – that’s how I found your blog.

    • geoffreyandgrace

      Thanks Kelly, so nice to hear. Will keep a look out for you at Blogtacular, would be lovely to meet you 🙂

  • Hi Melanie,

    My name is Esther and I have just discovered your wonderful blog though the Blogtacular 2015 Attendees Pinterest board! And I’m so glad I did, I’ve just read a few of your posts and they really resonate with me, I love that you are creating a lifestyle blog ‘with heart’. The world needs more bloggers like you! I’m going to keep an eye out for you tomorrow so that I can come and introduce myself properly and I will definitely be following along on here from now on, your writing is so authentic and that speaks to my heart.

    Have a great day!

    Esther.