About Lois Shannon

Lois has spent the last 5 years on an intensive path of self discovery in an attempt to understand and embody what it means to be a woman in the 21st century. After feeling a deep disconnection with herself and the world around her, Lois reconnected by coming together with other women who helped her remember and reclaim her worth. TWN was formed out of a yearning to connect with other women in a truly authentic way, and together rewrite the story of the feminine.
Lois & Family

9 Affirmations for You & Your Kids Lois Shannon’s introduction to affirmations: 9 Affirmations you can sing along to: 1. I have made my happiness dependent on me and me only. 2. Because I cannot control conditions, I control myself beautifully, effortlessly, and successfully thought by thought. 3. I am free of all addictions to…

Perfect Storm

Weathering my Perfect Storm I used to run from difficult and harsh weather. I loved nothing more than a sunny day with blue skies. I ran away from home when I was five years old because I never knew when the next storm would hit. My family was like its own weather system, full or hurricanes,…

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I Have A Dream for my Daughter There was a time when women once had dreams of freedom. We dreamed that we would have the right to vote, and our voices would be heard. We dreamed of becoming leaders in our communities, so that we could make a difference. We dreamed of having a choice about our bodies, and when we…

Dear soul sister, Pause has become a very important part of my life and shapes the way I relate to my worth as a woman. I previously had a big business career and then became a busy full time mom, and I was constantly trying to prove my worth by what I did. I never took time to pause…

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Success: A New Definition I am currently participating in a Power Circle of women where we meet monthly to help each other with our businesses. Although it’s professional, we end up taking some deep dives into our own childhoods and limiting beliefs to understand what is holding us back from playing big and achieving our…

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­ Meeting the Divine Feminine Several years ago, living as an American in the South of France, I was experiencing excruciating pain in my left leg and hip and was referred to a massage therapist by a girl friend. I could have counted on one hand the number of massages I had in my life….

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Creating Space For Myself As a little girl I was told never toot my own horn. We were supposed to let others recognize us. This was hard, as I was the middle daughter of five girls. It wasn’t easy to be seen or heard. I did all kinds of things to get attention, some of…

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