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Life Coach: Emotional Crystal Ball

One of the things I like least about being a parent is being unable to accurately predict how my children will feel about my decisions or parenting style in the future. If I behave this way _____, they will behave this way _____. If…
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get born - Get It!

I've had the pleasure of being invited to a book club of truly creative, inspiring, interesting and strong women. Several of the members write and publish a new magazine - get born. It's a bold, brave, creative look at mothering. Not just the…
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Complaining Adds Up

Complaining became a big problem in our house when . . . well, since I moved into it. But, I tried to resolve the issue with the Complaint Free World Bracelet. Which brought to light the fact that nearly every word out of my mouth is a complaint.…

Mother-Daughter Relationship

Is there a more complicated relationship than the mother-daughter relationship? Criss-crossing between generations, clashing over the drastically-changing cultural expectations taking place over the last three generations, and always battling…
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My Face/Her Face

by Tracee Sioux I am deeply struck by this photograph which I found on About Face, a non-profit company which combats negative images of women in the media. Without taking a right or wrong stance about plastic surgery, this photograph of a mother…

Sticky Note Affirmations, Making Bold Dreams Come True

What do sticky notes have to do with dreaming boldly?  I propose that sticky notes can be a tool for girls to see themselves achieving milestones along their path of self actualization.  Here’s how… Begin with a sheet of paper…

Oh Misoka

A few regular readers of The Girl Revolution have their own secret blogs. Sit At My Table is written by a lovely woman who has become my virtual friend, but she won't let me sing her name. She's on My Team. You're going to love her poignant…

Mothering Karma & Holy Inspiration

Ainsley is 7 years old today. I've been a mother for 7 years. This, honestly, isn't how I thought it would go. As a child, I thought I would say "yes" to everything when I became a mother. Until someone handed down a bikini for my 3-year-old…