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1306, 2018

Father’s Day for those Without

By |June 13th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|

Denna Babul is an author and public speaker who tragically lost her father at the age of 13. She later went on to write the poignant book “The Fatherless Daughter Project: Understanding Our Losses and Reclaiming Our Lives”. She’s coming to Campowerment in September 2018 to help women transform a difficult past into a thriving […]

106, 2018

Experts @ Daybreak: Heather Berg

By |June 1st, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|

Heather Berg is a South Florida-based yoga instructor and deliciously loving and intuitive human who’s been to Campowerment on both Coasts and is back to join us Sept 2018 to lead yoga and Stand Up Paddleboard yoga. She inspires us, so we’re connecting her to YOU, with a look into the ins-and-outs of her day-to-day, […]

2105, 2018

Finding Family: Mal + Heidi

By |May 21st, 2018|Categories: Tales from the Tribe|

Losing a parent is never easy. It doesn’t matter if you’re five years old or fifty. Though there is something particularly unfair about young girls losing their mothers, the painful finality of losing a parent feels like a punch to the gut at any age.

And yet…through tragic loss and deep sadness, beautiful connection can be […]

1805, 2018

How to Donate to Give Her Camp on Facebook

By |May 18th, 2018|Categories: Big News|

Good news to anyone looking to help send more women to camp! Any Facebook user may support and/or post to ask that others support Give Her Camp, with payments collected directly through Facebook! Give Her Camp is Campowerment’s sister 501c(3) non-profit that sends deserving women to Campowerment Weekend Retreats on scholarship

Here’s how:

1. When posting a […]

1205, 2018

Happy Mother’s Day: A Note from Grandy

By |May 12th, 2018|Categories: Tales from the Tribe|

Before Campowerment, I thought I had my life very together. I was proud of the life I had created and the family that surrounded me. But now, I am so connected to so many of wonderful, kind and insightful women, I feel fulfilled in a way had never thought possible.

Whenever I call people, and ask […]

905, 2018

How A Pink Plastic Phone Changed My Life

By |May 9th, 2018|Categories: Tales from the Tribe|

When my daughter was five she had a pink plastic play phone decorated with Disney princesses. Otherwise she wasn’t much into princess gear, but this one she loved. She wedged it in between her tiny shoulder and ear and talked while she put together jigsaw puzzles. She walked her stuffed toys out on the street, […]

405, 2018

More than a Mom: Phyllis Shinbane

By |May 4th, 2018|Categories: Tales from the Tribe|

When I take my last breath, what will I reflect back on? Will it just be that I was always a mom? That’s a great attribute but…what will it be about Phyllis?” – Phyllis Norber Shinbane on her brave journey to define herself past the title of “mother.”

“I have been a stay-at-home mom for […]

3004, 2018

Experts @ Daybreak: Anne “Sussy” Sussman

By |April 30th, 2018|Categories: Expert Insight|

How you start your morning is how you run your day, and how you live your day is how you frame your week. Your weeks become your months become your years become your LIFE. So we’re asking the Experts — how do you start your day?

Meet Anne Sussman, Meditation Teacher and Campowerment lifer, who continuously […]

1704, 2018

Experts @ Daybreak: Tammi Leader Fuller

By |April 17th, 2018|Categories: Expert Insight|

How you start your morning is how you run your day, and how you live your day is how you frame your week. Your weeks become your months become your years become your LIFE. So we’re asking the Experts — how do you start your day?

“I used to be that person who didn’t ‘have time […]

1104, 2018

Bunk 8 is F-ing Great

By |April 11th, 2018|Categories: Tales from the Tribe|

Written by Jen Schwartz, Camper

I went to Campowerment for the first time in March 2016. Since then, I have attended four more of these life-changing retreats. You could say I’m somewhat of a Campowerment groupie.

They say (and I agree): no two camps are alike, but, for me, my Sept 2017 camp was especially different. This […]