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Brittany Fryman

So You Want to Date My Son?

Brittany Fryman | April 29, 2016 | Parents
He stands less than three feet tall and yet still I think about his future incessantly. Will he be a baseball player or an engineer? Will he be a picky eater or an adventure seeker? I don't know the answers to these questions but the one thing I can guarantee is that no matter what my little guy grows to love, I will always love him. I am after all his Mama. I'm the #1 women in his life, at least for now.
Lori Ferraro

A Love Letter to Letters -- Remembering the Mail

Lori Ferraro | April 28, 2016 | Women
Remember that feeling of excitement as a kid when Mom or Dad said these three words: "You've got mail!" Nowadays, those three words make me think about bills I need to pay, crap catalogs I need to recycle and Meg Ryan smirking at Tom Hanks.
Jenna Wiley

11 Reasons Teaching Is the Best (Even When It Isn't)

Jenna Wiley | April 29, 2016 | Education
With all of the stress that comes with teaching, I think it's easy to forget all the amazing things I experience as a teacher that would never be the status quo in a "normal job."
Julee Morrison

Bon Jovi and the Miracle Named Kylie Jae

Julee Morrison | April 27, 2016 | Good News
Jon has created the Soul Kitchen and the JBJ Soul Foundation. In fact, it was Dorthea, Jon's wife, who reached out to Heather upon hearing of Heather's daughter, Kylie, who was born with the world's rarest bone marrow failure disease, Diamond Blackfan Anemia.
Julie Cox

#TalkToMe: My Son Interviews His Stepmom and Me About Adventures in Co-Parenting

Julie Cox | April 28, 2016 | Divorce
We gave #TalktoMe the Adventures in Co-parenting treatment and had Jackson interview both of us -- his mom, Katie, and stepmom, Julie -- and ask us some hard-hitting questions about co-parenting, role models, and our favorite memories.
Kate Bryant

To Moms Everywhere: You Are Not Alone

Kate Bryant | April 27, 2016 | Parents
We are all in the thick of it. We all have to worry about health, safety, discipline and if our child is learning. Some of us worry more than others in certain areas of our child's lives. The good news is there is another mom worrying about the same thing for her child.
Andrea V. Schroll

10 Things You Can Do Today To Overcome Self-Doubt

Andrea V. Schroll | April 27, 2016 | Women
It can be hard to quiet that little voice in your head that talks you into giving into the negativity and self-doubt, but it doesn't have to be impossible.
Kathy Radigan

5 Unexpected Ways Kids Can Strengthen Your Marriage

Kathy Radigan | April 27, 2016 | Parents
People may tell you that having kids will put stress on a marriage. And they are not wrong, it does. But after 23 years of (mostly) wedded bliss, I have learned that sometimes it's all in the way we look at things.
Lisa Cox

Here's Why Your Body Is Perfectly Amazing

Lisa Cox | April 27, 2016 | Women
Look at you. You're incredible. Seriously! I know you're reading this right now so your beautiful eyes are sending messages to your brain about what they've seen. You didn't have to ask or nag, they just did it. Amazing!
Jackie Goldschneider

#TalkToMe: The Biggest Lesson I've Learned as a Mom of Two Sets of Twins

Jackie Goldschneider | April 26, 2016 | Parents
I know my children have some idea that our family structure is unique. They see people's reactions to hearing they're all twins. But we've never discussed how it all came to be.
Regan Long

To the Mom in the Checkout Line

Regan Long | April 26, 2016 | Parents
Remember my Friends, you never know why the person in front of your or behind you is there. No coincidence, but they just may be in need of you and whether it's simply a kind word or helping hand, YOU are needed -- YOU are important -- YOU can impact a person's life with the smallest act of kindness.
Jordan Hernandez

I'm Getting Breast Reduction Surgery, And I've Never Felt Like More of a Woman

Jordan Hernandez | April 26, 2016 | Women
Bodies are such a gift, and the choices we make with them aren't always comfortable or easy. But they are deeply personal. To all the women out there, I hope you know: the only thing that will always be too small is the size of everyone else's perception of what your body should look like.
Bustle

6 Small Ways Feminism Made Me Be a Better Friend

Bustle | April 26, 2016 | Women
Just a little reminder: Who your friend does or does not sleep with is none of your business, nor does it dictate their worth as a human. Embracing your sexuality, whatever it may be, can be threatening to people. Eff those people... metaphorically speaking.
Gregory C. Buia

8 Ways to Enjoy Yourself in 5 Minutes or Less

Gregory C. Buia | April 26, 2016 | Healthy Living
We do so many things to try to make life more enjoyable. How about we just try to have more fun? Here are eight things you can do right now to get there in five minutes or less.
Connor Kozlov

3 'Counterintuitive' Concepts That Lead to Happiness

Connor Kozlov | April 29, 2016 | Healthy Living
Just note, these are practices and theories that you can act on to create happiness in your own life no matter the external events going on around you.
Angela Ashton Smith

Our Daughter's Diagnosis Changed How I See My Husband

Angela Ashton Smith | April 28, 2016 | Parents
I see a man who has committed every fiber of his being to keeping our family together. It suddenly occurred to me that my heart wasn't the only one that ached over the past few months. His did, too. Despite that, he has carried on with the calm, steady manner that I always recognized, but never realized was so vital to our relationship.
Rebecca Corry

Angel's Life and Legacy Live On

Rebecca Corry | April 25, 2016 | Good News
On June 3rd, the Stand Up For Pits Foundation will be giving $10,000.00 worth of grants in ANGEL'S name to ten nonprofit rescues.
Noor Tagouri

How A Streetwear Brand is Helping Combat Sex Trafficking

Noor Tagouri | April 25, 2016 | Good News
Story telling is an art. It is the power of words and images, used to provoke thought, feeling and conversation. That is why when the Boston based street wear brand Lis'n Up Clothing, reached out to me to collaborate, I couldn't say no. Lis'n Up is known for its collaborations...
Malerie Yolen-Cohen

SD Card Lost in Zimbabwe Becomes Subject Of Viral Video

Malerie Yolen-Cohen | April 23, 2016 | Good News
Last December, our family of four traveled to Botswana and Zimbabwe with good friends - another family of four - who have been sharing our sense of adventure and world-exploration for several years. We spent nine days on photo safari, from December 19-29,...
Rachael Yahne

I Left My Career to Become a Waitress, and I've Never Been Happier

Rachael Yahne | April 29, 2016 | Healthy Living
I had a good income, holidays off, and full health insurance. My career helped me afford a reliable car, a drink in my hand by 5:00pm, and all the stability and safety I was always told to go after. But I wasn't happy.
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