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  1. Great post. This is so true everyone does say how alone they are. Sometimes I need to step out of my comfort zone and try some of your steps.

    1. It can happen so easily!!! I’m glad it’s starting to turn around!

  2. Finding your tribe, especially as a mother is SO important!! I’m
    Blessed to have a wonderful group of friends and we’ve started a MOPS group in our city which has been a huge blessing to other mothers!

    1. That’s great! It’s nice that you started a MOPS group where other moms can connect too!!!

  3. These are great tips, I love my mom tribe so much and would be so lonely without them! <3 The quote about loneliness being worse then poor exercise is so powerful!

  4. Since I started working from home I did not have any tribes anymore. Thank you for reminding me the importance of it.

    1. I hear ya. It was a difficult transition for me as well when I started working from home. You have to be a bit more creative with how you connect with people. I joined a book club and connected with neighbors!

  5. I wrote a post similar on the import of your mommy tribe! Good ideas…it’s been so important for me to find friends I can escape and hang out with and truly be myself! No matter what that might look like!

  6. Thanks, Melissa for this great post! I love the 7 steps you mentioned!! We, especially women, really thrive on the healthy dynamics of relationships, and the steps you mentioned will definately attract those of like-mind, creating friendships that serve us as we grow.

  7. Love this! Having a tribe is so important. I just moved to a new state and I need to find a local tribe asap!

  8. Thanks for this great and detailed post! Couldn’t agree more on how important having a tribe is!
    I️ have a few friends who are really going to enjoy this post and hopefully really benefit from it! Thanks again

  9. Beautiful message. I’m lucky to have you in my tribe! Can’t wait to see where our journey goes….

  10. What a great post. As an introvert I find making really good friends to be hard. We have lived in our town for about 4 years. It is a really small, rural town, that is really tight and it’s hard to break in.

  11. This is such a beautiful post. I have such a wonderful “tribe” and wonder where I would be without them! Thanks for sharing!

  12. I’ve moved country and state twice in the past three years so I know all about the difficulties in finding a tribe! I’m getting there but it’s tough!

  13. I LOVE this so much!! My husband and I just moved to a different part of town, we’ve got our first baby on the way and goodness I need to find my tribe!! Such a great post, loving these tips and how you explain the importance of having a tribe.

  14. I have a hard time making friends and putting myself out there. Since we now live in an online world its easier for me to connect with people online, but I do push myself to join groups and be with people

  15. What a great post! It can definitely be scary to put yourself out there while trying to find your tribe but the reward is 100% worth it in the end. Love all of the tips you gave!

  16. I really needed to read this right now! As a stay at home/work at home mom, I have felt very isolated at times. It is very easy to get complacent in your routines with kids but it is also very important to have a tribe! This was great!

  17. It’s so true, finding the right tribe, group or likeminded people is always exciting. Not to mention, love people who are supportive.

  18. I love this! I feel like it’s all so true. As a entrepreneur who works from home, I definitely feel like it’s easy to become isolated. I hope to have my own tribe when we start growing our family!

  19. I think this is SO important as an adult to find a tribe of women that you enjoy hanging out with! I know that I’ve definitely become more isolated as an adult. Great reminder to get out there and find friends!

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