Introducing My New Platform……

Well Dear Readers, look what December dragged in –

Meet my new and expanded platform,

Afterward Honesty!!

I’m happy to share that, coming in 2022, I’m going to start offering yoga workshops, yoga classes and webinars for the purpose of exploring and supporting the experiences surrounding involuntary childlessness. Along with the occasional sassy blog post you’ve all come to know and…..well, I’ll let you fill in the rest!

We’ll be kicking off with a Your Breath As a Resource Workshop coming this spring.

So what can you do right now? A few things:

  • Hop on over and check out Afterward Honesty here.
  • See my first Afterward Honesty blog post here, and follow my new blog – I’d love to have you on board!!
  • You can also sign up for my email list to get advanced notice of my yoga offerings if you wish.
  • And last but not least, my current rite of passage has found me with things to say every now and then that actually don’t require 2,000 – 3,000 words. I know, it’s a miracle. So that said, you can follow me on social media now too.

It’s been a long road to get to this point, a road that has involved a pile of obstacles followed by soul searching and intense descision making – both practically and existentially. I feel good though that I’ve assembled something that accurately reflects what I have to offer and what I hold near and dear.

So what’s going to happen to Infertility Honesty?

I’ll be posting one or two more pieces this month, at which point I’ll be tenderly packing things up and exiting formal writing and posting on this space. I will however, be keeping this site up for your viewing pleasure – or pain – or entertainment, or whatever the case is for you. I mean really, who am I to judge??

While this is not quite yet goodbye to this spot, I just want to take this moment to say that Infertility Honesty saved me. And that includes you, Dear Readers. For that I’ll be forever grateful.

10 thoughts on “Introducing My New Platform……

  • I’ve often said that writing helps me figure out how I feel. In that way it is therapy. And it saves us – and an important part of that is finding our tribe. I’m so glad Infertility Honesty has done that for you too. I’ve loved reading you, and have been honoured to follow your journey. Brava to feeling ready to move on to an exciting new phase. I’m off to check out (and sign up for) Afterward Honesty now! Are you okay if I add it to my No Kidding blogroll on NKNZ?

    • Yes, yes and yes! It’s been my honor to have you here, Mali. I’m so grateful for your support of my journey, which has been there practically since I somewhat accidentally stumbled into this world eight years ago. Oh, and one more yes – to being included on your NKNZ blogroll. Thank you!

  • Well done, dear friend!! Look forward to continuing to follow your work in your new blog home. Very proud of all you’ve accomplished through your honesty, your grief and your strength.

  • Congratulations! I’m excited about your new space!! Thank YOU for Infertility Honesty. Thank you for giving me a language with which to understand my infertile experience. See you at Afterward! ❤

  • Congratulations, Sarah!! The new site looks fabulous, and I’ve added it to my blogroll. I’m so glad you’re going to continue writing, even if it’s in a different space. We need your voice!

    • Thank you, and thanks for adding me to your blogroll. I’ll never forget LB, you were one of the first people to find and support this blog. At the time it was just a relief to learn that someone who had walked where I was walking thought I made sense!

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