About Brave Sis Project

The Story of Brave

The Story of Brave

One afternoon, during a simple little five-minute phone-app meditation, a tiny voice in my head rasped: Be BraveYou're in deep, just walk through it, brave step by brave step, like a hero.


‘Why do you need a journal if you never leave the house?’

‘Why do you need a journal if you never leave the house?’

Having a beautiful and open-format space to do so (like the Journey-Journal) is a pleasurable way to organize your thoughts and activities, whether they are all home-based or not.

"Generic" does not always mean "white"

"Generic" does not always mean "white"

Women of Color have grown weary of always having to asterisk ourselves into the story. So, we guess we started making Brave Sis for ourselves. But at the same time, the space welcomes white women who are willing to learn about and from the foremothers of color who have so much wisdom and inspiration for us all.

When Harriet Met Sojourner: Being Brave During a Pandemic

When Harriet Met Sojourner: Being Brave During a Pandemic

We offer a free resource to ground you in these anxious times, inviting you to gather your thoughts around five simple prompts:

Listen to You

Listen to You

A note from our founder:

One thing about growing up with strong matriarchal ties: you develop a practice of doing what you are told. My earliest memories are of large, God-fearing aunties scolding me not to touch the knick knacks, the books, or much of anything when I came to visit. I remember sitting on plastic-covered couches with my knees pressed dutifully together, stiff and upright as a rod, and feeling that vinyl melt into the back of my legs; I can feel the sting and hear the scrisssh sound of my skin peeling away when I got...