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The Courage Keys

"You seem alive right now. It's like I'm seeing the real you." Those words sunk deep. I'd had one of those moments that made my soul come alive, like the moment was created just for me. read more

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Sept Call for Submissions

There are a couple items that seem to be true for moms: beauty regimens change when we have kids, and it becomes harder to take care of ourselves when we're taking care of everyone else. That's why we want to spend an entire month covering these topics. read more

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Call for Writers: Marriage and Sex

Happy, JUBILANT JUNE! Today we’re giving away a beautiful wall hanging that says, “This home has endless love and laundry.” (It’s funny because it’s true!) Also, WRITERS, we need you! We are putting together some new materials and hope you’ll help us with some material on a very specific read more

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In Which I Am Learning to Live with the Ache

Our old baby crib is now sitting in pieces in the garage. . It’s in rough shape after nearly eight years and three big babies-to-toddlers in quick succession. There are a lot of sacred memories hidden in that dismantled old crib. The day we took it apart, I cried over that junky old crib. read more

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Things to Stop Saying to your Kids and What to Say Instead

The words we say have more meaning than we know. What if small changes in the phrases we use with our kids could change their meaning entirely? read more