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21 Jul 2014

Written by Carly C. (Courtesy www.mauriejmanning.com) Before I met my husband, I had never chopped an onion. Rather, I’d chopped one, but not correctly, causing many a pileup of mangled produce on the kitchen counter. Jonathan, on the other hand, had chopped countless

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21 Jul 2014

Written by Carly C. (Courtesy www.mauriejmanning.com) Before I met my husband, I had never chopped an onion. Rather, I’d chopped one, but not correctly, causing many a pileup of mangled produce on the kitchen counter. Jonathan, on the other hand, had chopped countless

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14 Jul 2014

Written by Renee Taft (Courtesy crabseleven.moocowclients.info) Breakups are awkward. It’s a fact of life. No matter how mutual your decision may have been, it’s hard to reconcile yourself with the fact that you don’t have your person any more- someone who has been

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7 Jul 2014

Written by Carly C. (Courtesy disneywikia.com) My first babysitter was Cinderella. I must have been somewhere between one and two years old, and in a desperate attempt for some rest after some bad Chinese food, my parents plopped me in front of

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23 Jun 2014

Written by Renee Taft (Courtesy feminspire.com) I spent a year in a long distance relationship as an exchange student in France. Surprisingly enough, it worked for me, even as a fresh-faced 17 year old who still had the world to discover. A

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16 Jun 2014

Written by Allison Saft (Courtesy youtube.com) When I was fifteen, I told my mother I was moving to Canada. “You know college is a lot cheaper up there,” I said. Just as I had practiced, my delivery was unwavering. The plan was set:

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9 Jun 2014

(Courtesy Beth Evans) Meagan Dill Feeling nervous on your wedding day is something that most people will tell you is completely normal. For some, though, feeling highly strung is a near constant experience – so what kind of nasty cocktail will be

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2 Jun 2014

Meagan Dill It’s every bride’s worst nightmare: the dreaded uninviting. Maybe you thought your budget would stretch further than it did, maybe you felt obliged to verbally invite some not strictly necessary guests, maybe you simply decided to downsize at the

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26 May 2014

  (Courtesy etsy.com) Meagan Dill There is only one thing I have loved longer than I’ve loved my significant other (who I met when I was just barely a teenager) – and that’s books. I’ve never been any good at remembering things, but

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23 May 2014

Meagan Dill   When it comes to celebrating a special occasion, everyone has their own way of expressing their emotions. For some, nothing short of bursting out in song or dancing up a storm will do. Luckily, these kinds of events are

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19 May 2014

(Courtesy youtube.com) Meagan Dill   Finally, the moment has arrived. The man of your dreams drops to one knee and holds out a box with a ring inside, asking you to spend the rest of your life with him. You say yes, of

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