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Winter 2015 Call for Magazine Submissions

That’s why Hello, Darling is going to walk the journey alongside you this year. In the Winter 2015 issue of the magazine we want to talk about identity, authenticity, courage and bravery. We’re collecting articles for this issue of the magazine, and the turnaround is going to fast! read more

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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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December Call for Blog Submissions

Christmas is truly the most wonderful time of the year. It's a season set aside to celebrate. Our hearts are open with hopeful expectation. Then the other kinds of expectations creep in: expectations for gifts, attendance at parties, costumes for pageants and the myriad of expectations from family. read more

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An Open Letter to Women Who Want More Courage

At MOPS this year, we’re daring to reach into our reserves of courage to live into our truest. We’re living into the belief what the world needs is for us to live our truest story. 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