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Courage in the Mundane

“Courtney,” I interrupted. “My life is so different from yours right now. Traveling by yourself for five days in Spain? It sounds crazy. I mean wonderful, but like I-can’t-even-wrap-my-head-around-it-crazy. Do you realize that most days I don’t even make it to the bathroom alone? ” read more

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Chemo Angels

I was 25 when I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. I had so many emotions and fears rolling around my head and heart. I have been cancer free for 12 years now, and when I look back on my cancer journey, it isn’t the fear I remember. read more

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BRAlapalooza and Free the Girls

We love Free the Girls. This organization collects new and gently used bras to help support women rescued from sex trafficking. Their model is so genius and practical, we can’t help but love them. We are double-dog daring you to send in those bras in the back of your drawer you don’t wear anymor read more

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Moms Who Change the World, Part Four

When Carrie Burnett was a little girl, she wanted to change the world. And she is. But not in the way she once imagined. read more

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Moms Who Change the World, Part Two

When Angela Klocke was thirteen, she met a guy. He was older, and Angela thought she was in love. Though she did not recognize it at the time, Angela had moved from one abusive home into another. Over the next seven years she and her baby moved frequently as her husband ran from the law. read more