Women’s Fire

with Michelle Thomas

Women’s Fire is inspired by the many hours of conversation I’ve had with women over the years. A few years ago I started hosting women’s fires at my house as a way of building community and creating a space for women to share their stories and struggles and for others to offer comfort, support, and encouragement.

 

As I sit in spaces with other women I am always amazed at the lives ordinary women are living: the chances they take, the fears they have, the lessons they’ve learned. So I decided to create a space here to bring those stories and journeys to a larger circle of women. There is so much gained when we share our lives with one another.

 

I hope this Women’s Fire podcast is a place you can come to listen, to learn, to feel inspired, to feel supported, and to feel a part of the larger community of women no matter where you are listening from. Everyone is welcome here.
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Kathryn Ashely-Wright

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Kathryn is an entrepreneur, an artist, a craftswoman, a businesswoman, a wife, and a mother. She started her business, Ewetopia Fiber Shop, in 2007 and it has largely been a success from day one. She has grown her business to include a fiber mill where she designs, dyes, and spins her own yarn. 

Various Voices

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In this first episode of Women’s Fire I wanted to hear from women of different life stages. I was able to talk to 7 women, from age 15 to 71, as they answered the following questions:

1. What women influenced you growing up?

2. What are you enjoying about this phase of life?

3. What are you finding challenging?

4. What are you looking forward to in the next 10 years?

5. What advice would you give your younger self?

Introduction

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