Beth Godbee is creating Heart-Head-Hands.com—blog focused on everyday living for justice
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Embodied knowledge matters. So do commitments. And especially acting on commitments as part of everyday life, BIG and small. This blog shares ongoing efforts of feeling, thinking, and doing—that is, everyday living—for justice.

Living for justice means making commitments to justice actionable in everyday life. Actions include:

  • engaging regularly in contemplative practices, such as meditation, divination, yoga asana, and reflective writing.
  • considering what emotional literacies—embodied awareness, recognition, intelligence, courage, and response-abilities—are needed when striving for justice.
  • practicing everyday feminism, or a way of living that questions internalized sexism and values equity and justice.
  • advocating for matters in higher education, including more meaningful teaching and learning, career discernment, and equity in education.
  • striving toward racial justice and interrupting whiteness, white supremacy, and intersectional inequities.
  • enjoying vegan + gluten-free recipes toward eating in a way that minimizes harm and nourishes the body.
  • connecting this personal question of why vegan? with the political work of ecofeminism and movements for social, racial, gender, economic, and environmental justice.

Through blog posts, you’ll explore these and other matters.

You’ll also learn about me—the author, Beth Godbee—an educator and former college professor who believes our fully embodied selves matter in the world. We can’t just think our way out of the incredible injustices, dehumanization, violence, and wrongdoing that characterize everyday life. We must feel and act, too. We need our heart, head, and hands for envisioning and enacting a more just world. We need deep commitments to justice and an attitude of “try-try again” for striving to live out these commitments—both in everyday moments and for the long haul.

This vision guides the work you’ll find at Heart-Head-Hands.com, but don’t let BIG thinking fool you. There’s lots of attention to small matters like sugar, pantyhose, and poop. As we get into the nitty-gritty of everyday life, we’ll weave the mundane and material with deeply relational, ideological, and spiritual matters.

This is a space for you. A messy, imperfect, human space. A space for making commitments, striving, and learning.

Want to learn more? Take a look around, explore some recent or featured posts, and check out an e-course or two (coming in 2019). Let me know what you’d like to see addressed, and consider subscribing, sharing, and supporting this project.

With love, on this journey with and alongside you,

Beth
Tiers
Advocates
$3 or more per month
Advocates are strong supporters and receive additional content via monthly Q&A.
Partners
$7 or more per month
Partners give sustaining support and receive a personalized thank-you package in the mail in addition to the monthly Q&A.
Sponsors
$21 or more per month
Sponsors show up for this work through financial sponsorship. In addition to the monthly Q&A and personalized thank-you package, sponsors receive sneak-peeks into upcoming projects.
Embodied knowledge matters. So do commitments. And especially acting on commitments as part of everyday life, BIG and small. This blog shares ongoing efforts of feeling, thinking, and doing—that is, everyday living—for justice.

Living for justice means making commitments to justice actionable in everyday life. Actions include:

  • engaging regularly in contemplative practices, such as meditation, divination, yoga asana, and reflective writing.
  • considering what emotional literacies—embodied awareness, recognition, intelligence, courage, and response-abilities—are needed when striving for justice.
  • practicing everyday feminism, or a way of living that questions internalized sexism and values equity and justice.
  • advocating for matters in higher education, including more meaningful teaching and learning, career discernment, and equity in education.
  • striving toward racial justice and interrupting whiteness, white supremacy, and intersectional inequities.
  • enjoying vegan + gluten-free recipes toward eating in a way that minimizes harm and nourishes the body.
  • connecting this personal question of why vegan? with the political work of ecofeminism and movements for social, racial, gender, economic, and environmental justice.

Through blog posts, you’ll explore these and other matters.

You’ll also learn about me—the author, Beth Godbee—an educator and former college professor who believes our fully embodied selves matter in the world. We can’t just think our way out of the incredible injustices, dehumanization, violence, and wrongdoing that characterize everyday life. We must feel and act, too. We need our heart, head, and hands for envisioning and enacting a more just world. We need deep commitments to justice and an attitude of “try-try again” for striving to live out these commitments—both in everyday moments and for the long haul.

This vision guides the work you’ll find at Heart-Head-Hands.com, but don’t let BIG thinking fool you. There’s lots of attention to small matters like sugar, pantyhose, and poop. As we get into the nitty-gritty of everyday life, we’ll weave the mundane and material with deeply relational, ideological, and spiritual matters.

This is a space for you. A messy, imperfect, human space. A space for making commitments, striving, and learning.

Want to learn more? Take a look around, explore some recent or featured posts, and check out an e-course or two (coming in 2019). Let me know what you’d like to see addressed, and consider subscribing, sharing, and supporting this project.

With love, on this journey with and alongside you,

Beth

Recent posts by Beth Godbee

Tiers
Advocates
$3 or more per month
Advocates are strong supporters and receive additional content via monthly Q&A.
Partners
$7 or more per month
Partners give sustaining support and receive a personalized thank-you package in the mail in addition to the monthly Q&A.
Sponsors
$21 or more per month
Sponsors show up for this work through financial sponsorship. In addition to the monthly Q&A and personalized thank-you package, sponsors receive sneak-peeks into upcoming projects.