Kin Friendship



Kin – noun

  1. a person’s relatives collectively; kinfolk.
  2. family relationship or kinship.
  3. a group of persons descended from a common ancestor or constituting a family, clan, tribe, or race.
  4. a relative or kinsman.
  5. someone or something of the same or similar kind: philosophy and its kin, theology.

Kinwomen was birthed in friendship.

Three friends who loved to aspire together.

Three friends with very different personalities.

Three friends who had worked together for over a decade, ready for something new.

Friendship in women has the capacity to be breathtaking and also deeply wounding.

We wanted to do something to encourage women to help one another.

Who do you have in your world that you could attempt something bold with?

Dreams unrealized?

Problems to be solved?

Imagine if women worked together to help one another, rather than criticize and bring each other down?

Imagine.

Friendship is powerful and scary.

A true friend is one who encourages another to step out and live beyond their limitations. A true friend encourages one another to thrive. A true friend is not threatened by another’s greatness but inspired to live louder because of it.

Kin is started with a very simple journey of three friends.

Join us as we discover new possibilities.

Amanda


About Amanda

Amanda Viviers Is an Author, Speaker, Creative Consultant and Novice Mum. Author of three books and she can be found most days at her shack close to the beach writing her fourth. She writes daily at www.amandaviviers.com and has worked in professional musical theatre. She worked on staff at Riverview for 12 years, mostly in the field of Creative Arts. Finalist in the Telstra Young Business Woman of the year and Community Services Award. She has a Bachelor of Arts majoring in History and Literature and studied Musical Theatre at WAPPA. She is a presenter on radio across New Zealand and Australia and is the co-founder of kinwomen; a network created especially for women. Recent Winner of ‘2013 CMA Best Digital Media Project Award’ for her blog Capture life. She is passionate about social justice and in the past has loved supporting children in the slums of Thailand and Indonesia. Wife of Charl and Mum of Maximus and Liberty. She lives a creative life, longing to see people lived inspired.