Buy sayahillman a coffee


Were you ever that sixth grader standing in the cafeteria unsure where to sit, self-consciously holding your tray, looking around for a friendly face? Saya was. And too often that friendly face never materialized. It was a lonely, devastating feeling that she felt repeatedly. Now as a forty-something far removed from the literal cafeteria, she witnesses adults waiting for the “Oh thank god" wave over — Saya decided to become the wave.

Called “Accessible Oprah,” Saya is an Evanston, Illinois native, Montessori and Boston College graduate, and Chicago resident. Since being fired in 2004, she’s been blissfully self-employed via her lifestyle business Mac & Cheese Productions℠. Mac & Cheese creates spaces that build connection: to others, to opportunities, to self. From in-person events to online experiences to physical products to 1 on 1 services to resources, Mac & Cheese offers individuals and groups avenues to growth, fulfillment, & community. 

@710dot9 bought a coffee.

❤️ This coffee is in response to the Free to Be You and Me mention in your last newsletter. I love "It's Alright to Cry" (Rosy Grier!), and regularly listen to "Helping" when I am frustrated by the ways some people "help."

Thank you, sweet friend! I'm so happy that album resonated with you.

Rachel jacobs
Rachel jacobs bought 5 coffees.
TJ bought 20 coffees.

Merry Christmas!  Rock on with your awesomeness!

As always, you're toooooo much. So grateful to have you in our lives.

TJ bought 40 coffees.

Life of Yesness for Beth, Kelly, Marlene & Hillary.  2020 has been a new level of weird, please send them a little Cheese-It love from me!  

Being an elf is one of my favorite roles, thank you for making it reality!

Monica Campbell
Monica Campbell bought a coffee.

Thank you, Monica! So generous of you.