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honestly

The Undone Won't Undo Me

It’s why I can get up today, after a night of interrupted sleep, and brew coffee and sit in my living room and write in the quiet, even though piles of clothes litter the floor in front of me, waiting to be donated. I will get to them. I resolve not to let the undone define or undo me. read more

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How to Feel Better-Than-Sexy After Pregnancy

The whole concept of “sexy” makes me wonder if who I am is enough, or if becoming enough is about being . . . sexier? I have no interest in bringing sexy back. Reducing lovemaking to tricks and tips seems shallow and hardly worth shaving my legs. read more

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7 Tips for Today's Modern Woman

There are a few universal truths I’ve learned over my years on this planet: My dryer will devour at least one sock in every load of laundry, the barista at Starbucks will forget the “e” on the end of my name on my latte cup, and if I plan something special for dinner, my husband will eat one o read more

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Desperately Seeking Me

I was Dave’s wife and Abbie’s mom; somehow my own identity had become lost. Over the next few months, I set out on a quest to find myself. In the process, I learned four keys to discovering and celebrating my individuality once again. read more

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Mom's Night-Out

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