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Know Who You Are

By Kelsey Klepper I first watched, the Disney movie, Moana last January with my eighteen-month-old, who then became obsessed and refused to watch anything else for two months. The movie is fantastic by the way – five stars from me, but I’m not writing a review on the...

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Are You Slaying “Monsters” or Avoiding Them?

by Kimberly Davidson When I was a young kid, I believed monsters were everywhere. I feared that as soon as the lights went out at night, an army of them would break through my bedroom door. Any little noise confirmed my imaginary thoughts. I created a strategy like...

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Should I Really Start this Diet Today?

By Alison Feinauer Oh no! A friend invited me to dinner. Where are we going to go? Will it be a cheat meal? Should I really start this diet today if I'm going to blow it there? Oh no! I better check the menu before I go and look up the calories. Maybe I could order...

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The Work of His Hands

By Rae Lynn DeAngelis My husband and I love to watch the Antique Roadshow—a television program where guests are invited to bring their antiques to have them appraised by experts who determine their value. The show is interesting because you never know what treasures...

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Numbing the Pain

By Rae Lynn DeAngelis The week after my husband’s gall bladder surgery was rough. Since he hadn’t been hospitalized or seriously sick since he was a child, severe pain was a somewhat foreign concept. The strongest pain medication he’d taken in our thirty-three years...

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Know Who You Are

By Kelsey Klepper I first watched, the Disney movie, Moana last January with my eighteen-month-old, who then became obsessed and refused to watch anything else for two months. The movie is fantastic by the way – five stars from me, but I’m not writing a review on the...

read more

Are You Slaying “Monsters” or Avoiding Them?

by Kimberly Davidson When I was a young kid, I believed monsters were everywhere. I feared that as soon as the lights went out at night, an army of them would break through my bedroom door. Any little noise confirmed my imaginary thoughts. I created a strategy like...

read more

Should I Really Start this Diet Today?

By Alison Feinauer Oh no! A friend invited me to dinner. Where are we going to go? Will it be a cheat meal? Should I really start this diet today if I'm going to blow it there? Oh no! I better check the menu before I go and look up the calories. Maybe I could order...

read more

The Work of His Hands

By Rae Lynn DeAngelis My husband and I love to watch the Antique Roadshow—a television program where guests are invited to bring their antiques to have them appraised by experts who determine their value. The show is interesting because you never know what treasures...

read more

Numbing the Pain

By Rae Lynn DeAngelis The week after my husband’s gall bladder surgery was rough. Since he hadn’t been hospitalized or seriously sick since he was a child, severe pain was a somewhat foreign concept. The strongest pain medication he’d taken in our thirty-three years...

read more

Help pioneer a generation of women who are redefining beauty.