Happy Rural Sister Testimonies

I have to say how wonderful this community you’ve built is. I love your offerings of not only farm life tips, mama tips, but you try to help everyone in every aspect of their wellness: physical, emotional/social, mental/self-care, financial, spiritual AND community. You are a gift to rural women and a fine example of how to be a community leader. Wishes for continued growth, success and love, Elizabeth. ♡ You’re another mold that was broken when God made you!
— Krista C.

Rural Sisterhood!? Where do I begin? The blog? The coffee chats on Saturday mornings? The community of fellow sisters from rural settings around the world? The Rural Sisterhood is such an awesome group of ladies to be a part of. The support and wealth of knowledge from all these ladies is unimaginable. Living in a rural area, “friends” (like, go hang out 3-5 times a week, kinda friends) are not easy to come by. We are all busy with farming, ranching and most importantly- raising our families. So to have this “virtual” friendship with so many ladies that I have so many things in common with is a God send; really. I go thru the week, reading the blog, chatting on the Facebook page, and my most favorite part... I look forward to the Saturday morning virtual Coffee Chats! To gather with other women and chat about life, kids, farming, and ranching.... In the comfort of my home (and pajamas!) with coffee in hand, is just the perfect way to start the weekend. Elizabeth is an awesome host, friend, sister in the rural community, and neighbor! I think I can safely speak for other members of the RURAL SISTERHOOD when I say this, but Elizabeth blesses everyone she is in contact with. I’m blessed to call her FRIEND.
— Mandy M. - Farm Wife in Northeastern Montana

I will forever be thankful for finding The Rural Sisters’ Community. Elizabeth has created a safe place for women in Ag to bounce ideas off of each other and share moments of frustration or joy and be SUPPORTED by other women. So often we are isolated and feel misunderstood by family and friends outside of agriculture. This group alleviates that. Her blog also shares daily struggles we may face, and then offers solutions and support. It is so nice to have a positive place on social media. Thank you Elizabeth!
— Maggie C. - Farm Wife in Eastern South Dakota