The Ultimate Summer Bucket List

The Ultimate Summer Bucket List

June 15, 2017 3 Comments

The summer months always go fast. Use the FarmHer suggestions to make your own summer bucket list and have the best summer yet! 

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Sometimes, It’s Okay To Be A Quitter

Sometimes, It’s Okay To Be A Quitter

June 14, 2017

Fresh off the announcement of our Grow by FarmHer events for the upcoming school year, I have been thinking about my message.  At all of the past Grow events, I have shared the wisdom that I have gathered along this journey with the young women in attendance.  Some are lessons learned from the women I meet, some are lessons I have learned myself, and usually learned the hard way. 

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Inspire Every HER

Inspire Every HER

November 23, 2015

On November 13, women came together from the state of Iowa to inform and inspire each other about opportunities in agriculture for the first time, organized by FarmHer.  

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Changing Your Perspective | Lifting Up Others

Changing Your Perspective | Lifting Up Others

September 16, 2015

Packing yesterday was easy - I just swapped out the dirty clothes from the last trip, just 3 days ago.  I arrived at the airport in plenty of time...a full 9 minutes before my flight boarded.  Climbed on the plane all ready to work during what I thought would be my most productive working part of the day - you know, that part when I'm on a plane and can't connect or be mom.  I texted my husband and mom that I love them.  I turned my phone to airplane mode and pulled out my iPad to find it had 1% battery life.  Story of my day.  Let me rewind....

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What Does Your Cliff Look Like?

What Does Your Cliff Look Like?

August 27, 2015 1 Comment

Conferences focused on women (and especially women in ag) are always fun, insightful and completely grounding for me. My talk is going to be about “Jumping off Your Cliff” and it starts with one of the biggest cliffs that I have ever and hopefully will ever jump off of.  That cliff was walking away from the career I had built for over a decade to have more time with my kids and to figure out what my next professional dream was.  Turns out that dream was FarmHer.  

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