Five years ago this month, I became a quitter. Up until then, I had navigated a successful 11-year-long career in corporate agriculture. I had climbed that ladder as fast and furiously as I could.
Despite the success of being a young woman in that role, I felt like I had to work harder, faster, and smarter just to prove myself. I felt that doubly after coming back to work from having my children. The promise of a higher salary, more stability, and respect from my peers was always in my sights – until the day it wasn’t.
Even when schedules are full, take time for friends who make you a better you.
Photographs can change the way we see ourselves and the way others see us.
What can FarmHers do to make sure rural families have enough to eat?