Episode 019: Show Notes
On today’s episode, I talk with Sarah Hartley the creator and editor in chief of Holl & Lane Magazine about how she created this Sanctuary For Soul-Filled Stories. Sarah brought this idea to life four years ago while taking care of her newborn and wanting to share the reality of the 'not-so-cute' parts of pregnancy.
From there this magazine developed into sharing stories on miscarriage and infertility, mental health and body image, love and loss and so much more. Holl & Lane is opening the door on conversation and shutting the door on shame, which I am SO about!
Tune in to listen to us talk about how she produced this magazine as a side hustle until this year, how she manages business and real life as a mom with a four year old son and a four month old son, and what's in store for the future of Holl & Lane!
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Today's Guest: Sarah Hartley
Sarah Hartley is the creator and editor in chief of Holl & Lane Magazine, a magazine dedicated to showcasing real life from real women. Searching for a magazine that featured honest life in a beautiful way, that would give women a voice and a platform, Sarah set out to create that magazine.
She publishes stories on infertility, miscarriage, mental health, body image, self-care, love and loss, and so much more. She wants to show women that they are not alone.
She is also a wife to Brandon, a mom to Henry and Harrison, and lives near Pittsburgh, PA. In her (minimal) spare time, she loves to read, have dance parties with her son, and enjoy a beer with her husband at the end of a long week.