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A Letter to Miss Indiana USA

Dear Miss Indiana, I don’t normally approve of pageants. But when women like you take the stage and boldly strip the world of its lies, I do. read more

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Be you, Bravely

It seems we spend all of our time doing two things- living and waiting to live. What we seem to have in common is that we need a nudge. A nudge to get us out of our ruts and routines so that we can be reminded to risk bravely. read more

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This Mother is Trading Facebook for Face-Time

He stares up at me with his father's eyes and it's five in the morning, books strewn all over his bed and his two year old hands reaching up to touch my face. No, I'm shaking my head, no, it's not time to get up yet, but it's too late. He's up. read more

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A Conversation with Glennon Melton-Doyle

In April, Hello, Darling blogger Mandy sat down with Momastery's Glennon Melton-Doyle for a heart to heart. Get ready to eavesdrop. read more

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The Myth of the Beverly Hills Housewife

I was the shy girl with second-hand clothes, permed bangs, big plastic glasses and braces. I was chased around the playground for eating jam and cheese sandwiches and soon I stopped eating altogether, because the girls were all so pretty and skinny and boys seemed to like that. read more