Being Lost in Suburbia is much more than needing directions off of the New Jersey Turnpike. “Lost in Suburbia” is a state of mind, and Tracy Beckerman has lived it and written about it for years.
Now, Tracy is inviting women to share their stories and thoughts about learning to cope with the changes that have rocked their worlds and how they found or are finding their way to the other side. With the launch of the “Are You Lost in Suburbia?” campaign, Tracy’s mission is to bring together and nurture a community where women are empowered to share their experiences and the discovery that they are not alone.
Tracy found her way back to cool by sharing her Lost In Suburbia story with friends…now it’s your turn. Use the form below to share your stories about learning to cope with the changes that have rocked your world and how you found or are finding your way to the other side.
Tracy will be posting her favorites to the new “Lost in Suburbia Stories” blog, and featuring one each week on her main blog!
“My own experience being Lost in Suburbia and receiving support from other mothers has been the driving force behind the creation of this campaign, a road map to self-confidence and happiness in motherhood.” -Tracy Beckerman