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Holiday Cleaning, The Minimalist Approach

How do we maintain a general order of things at home during the craziest time of the year? Here are a few tricks from yours truly, a self-proclaimed minimalist when it comes to house cleaning. read more

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What Operation Christmas Child Means to Moms

You may have seen and heard what Operation Christmas Child shoebox gifts mean to the children who receive them, but what do they mean to their moms? Women who dream of giving birthday or Christmas or “just-because” gifts to their children but know buying school supplies and clothing will be enou read more

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Three Flavors of Hospitality

I am appreciative of all forms of hospitality: the friend who offers me a drink in her tidied home before I even put my diaper bag down, the friend who doesn’t apologize for the Legos all over the floor or the fact she hasn’t showered in a couple days, the friend who stands with me in a crowded read more

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The Brave Collective

The Brave Collective is a shared meal around a table of women committed to choosing one brave thing and to caring for one another while pursuing it. read more

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Courage to Own the Whole Story

I was too tired and dazed to even think something bad may have happened. As I ushered him in and sat him down, he proceeded to explain something terrible had happened, and my mother had sent him to share the news. My father was dead. read more