What Does Breast Cancer Awareness Mean to You?

  Since 1985, October has been designated as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Its purpose is to raise awareness of the disease that can affect 1 in 8 women in their lifetime. You may associate breast cancer awareness with the color pink. Many people take this opportunity to wear as much pink as they possibly…

Worries and Fears

I feel like I have always had worries and fears. Maybe everyone does. When I was 2 months old, my father died in a car accident. I don’t remember this, but as I was growing up, I was always worried and feared that I would lose my other parent.​After getting married and having kids of…

Peering Through the Trees

“The people who walk in darkness will see a great light. For those who live in a land of deep darkness, a light will shine.” (Isaiah 9:2) As a born and raised Michigander, I love watching the seasons change throughout the year. My favorite season has always been summer because I enjoy the outdoors and…

You Are

During a conversation with a friend, have you ever been told or have you ever said these two words to your girlfriend or your fellow sister, “You are…”? What follows these two words can either tear her down or build her up. Without even realizing the weight of these two words we say them. Early…

The Sweetest Sound

When I was asked to guest blog for Project Womanhood I was honored, humbled and, honestly, felt such an urgency. You see, I was asked to write about autism.   Becoming a mom was such a life-changing, defining moment in my life. Really, just as often described as “love at first sight.” He was beautiful, healthy…

Under Development

A post from his perspective. Welcome Chris DeBehnke, the husband to Nicole. One of the founders of ProjectWomanhood.com. I want to write to you about the “why” question. Why do so many people under achieve? Is it truly because they don’t have opportunity or do they not know how to read the compass of the…

From Hobby to Full Time

By industry standards, when I made the leap from hobbyist to full time photography career I wasn’t ready. However, sometimes a leap of faith is exactly what we need to see some of our biggest dreams come to life.   I had been working as a teller in a bank for nearly 4 years and…

Don’t Hate The Process

I recently read on Facebook where a hair stylist was sharing about women who want to go from dark hair to blonde.  She was describing what she called a “process” and how people want to be blonde right away, yet it is not something that can really take place in one sitting.  And then she…