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5 Steps to Discover Your Personal Style

Dressing can feel daunting at times. If you are staring into your closet and thinking you have nothing to wear, check out these five steps to help you discover your personal style. read more

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December Call for Blog Submissions

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Courage to Have 'The Talk'

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Courage to Own the Whole Story

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Bravely Teaching Little Ones Compassion

I’ve wanted to share with Hazel about my work before she was even born, but I’ve also been nervous. How do you sum up global poverty, crushing need and transformational hope to a curious 2-year-old? read more