This article problematizes the possibilities of the transformation of everyday life by focusing on the protest of Saturday Mothers. It is claimed that the escape from the monotony of everyday life is possible through protest. Secondly, it is argued that women who are seen as ordinary actors of everyday life, can transform their daily lives as actors of social movements when they participate in a protest continuously. When its considered that the protest of the Saturday Mothers is the most long lasting civil disobedience action in Turkey, the necessity to evaluate the social conditions of women as actors of the protest arises. In this respect, this article evaluates the process of protesting women’s participation in political and social life through on the basis of the routines of everyday life and shows that the protest changes everyday life permanently.