Sistership Circle Day

Save the Date, Sisters: 1/19/19

Sistership Visioning Circle

⭐️ When women gather, magic happens. ⭐️

Imagine 100 sister circles happening the same day, with the same theme, all around the world. There is magic that happens when we gather and an even more potent force when we synchronize our efforts. That’s why I am joining forces with 100 other women around the world and hosting a Sistership Circle on Saturday, January 19 from 2 - 5 pm.

~Please save this perfect date, 1/1 9/19, as International Sister Circle Day is happening the same day as the Women's March on Washington--and in Santa Fe. The circle will begin when the march ends~

I'm blessed to be one of the 100 founding sisters of this project. Sistership Circle Day is hosted only twice a year (in January's full moon and June's for the Solstice). The gathering for January is “Unveiling HerVision.” We’ll all be setting our individual and collective VISIONS for the New Year together.

Imagine what’s possible when women come together to dream. When a circle holds your dreams and intentions, they are far more likely to happen.

There is only room for 10-12 women. If you care to join us, I recommend you register now at Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email from me with all the juicy details for our upcoming Sistership Circle in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Until then, Happy New Year!



Sistership Visioning Circle

Saturday, Jan. 19th, 2-5pm

tba Please register here:

A Bit About Mary

Mary Rives, MHA, BA, MS, is passionate about people’s stories and being of service to others and the planet. She specializes in helping elders in the early stages of dementia craft their memoirs and leave a legacy for future generations, as well as leading "Sistership Circles". In 2018, Mary founded Santa Fe's Annual Me Too Stories.

Mary loves to record parents’ birthing experiences as well as the life stories of others with tales to tell. She skillfully facilitates writing seminars, story workshops, and individual writing sessions. Living in Santa Fe, New Mexico with her beloved husband, Keith, and their cat, George, Mary delights in life and revels in love.