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Lynn Vandermeer

Women's History Month!

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Fantastic question. I think for me it is a more internalized path of self-care as I try to get my life ready for maternity leave. I've been steadily cutting back on commitments and figuring out where my new boundaries are (which are doubtless going to change again).

For me pregnancy has also made me think back on how women have endured/celebrated womanhood throughout the centuries. There are so many unwritten women's names in history that we'll never know, but I take solace in the fact they achieved extraordinary things even when they knew they would get no credit. We know that women have done far more than what male historians have written down (or misinterpreted), and that often the role of home and hearth is vastly understated in our collective understanding of what influenced/influences our past and future. 

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