Call for Guest Posts for This Fall

things they can't say Every Friday for the past 4 years, I’ve featured a guest post here. I love hosting your words: whatever you want to share, open and honest. I’m in the process of scheduling guest posts for this fall. Can’t believe summer is almost over! 

If you’d like to guest post, you can check out my guest post guidelines and complete this simple form and I’ll be in touch very soon to get you scheduled!

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Anything Can Be: Pour Your Heart Out

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It seems no matter what choices you make, whether they are about your kids, your marriage, your job, something you are doing for you, there’s always, always, always someone out there who tells you should be doing something different. That it’s not the choice they would make and they list their reasons. That you should […]

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Parent Involvement Made Easy with Monday Envelope

It’s the time of year again. When my phone gets so many texts that I become immune to the pinging alert of a new message and our family email gets crammed full of notices, all thanks to sports and school activities. I like to stay in the loop and know what’s going on. Sometimes I’m […]

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Why I Don’t Friend My Children’s Teachers

Scrolling through my Facebook feed, I saw a post from a mom whose kids go to my boys’ school. She had posted something cute about end of summer and then tagged several teachers from the school. I see teachers commenting on mutal friends’ posts. Social media connects us all… except I don’t friend my children’s […]

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We Need to Talk: Things They Can’t Say

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About Melissa June: Pepsi addict, recovering perfectionist, Mom to 5, Wife to 1. Slowly learning that we don’t get to change the past…We can however, heal, grow stronger, and be better than we were given. I was raised in an abusive home and went into Foster Care in 7th grade.  I write about my childhood,   about […]

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