Perfect Days is a creative exploration of motherhood and other monumental and mundane female experiences.
Created by Skye Parrott, its name comes from the Richard Brautigan poem:
"We stopped at perfect days and got out of the car. The wind glanced at her hair. It was as simple as that. I turned to say something-- "
The reminder is to stop and see the perfection in the seemingly insignificant moments.
But because the perfect days so rarely look and feel the way we imagined they would, in order to see the perfection, we often have to broaden our definition of it.
Shared here are thoughtful women's honest views on the moments, big and small, that make up their lives. This is not aspirational content, at least not so far as that suggests showing only what's shiny. It's more an exploration of the beauty that can be found in the imperfection, if we're willing to look.