Write 31 Days Series: Letters to my Daughters

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Each October, a group of ladies around the world participate in an online 31-day writing challenge where bloggers (including newbies like myself) create and share series on tons of interesting and inspirational topics.  I’ve really enjoyed reading some of the posts shared in past years and need accountability to build a daily writing habit, so the challenge seemed like a fun and easy way to get started.

As a mom to two girls, ages two and six, I’ve chosen a topic that’s near and dear to my heart!  Join me here for the next 31 days as I share inspiration, musings, humor, and practical tips related to topics I want to impart to my daughters when they are older.  In addition to leaving a written legacy for my family, I hope my words might inspire other moms, as I have been deeply touched by the wisdom and humility graciously woven through the words of other women who have walked this path of motherhood before and alongside me.

All posts will be linked below, as they are published.

Day 1:  You are Loved

Day 2:  You are Covered in Prayer

Day 3:  On Dreams, Goals, and Making Time

Day 4:  What to do When you Feel Overwhelmed

Day 5:  To Be Significant…

Day 6:  Three Magic Letters to Reset Your Attitude

Day 7:  When You Don’t Know What To Do

Day 8:  The One Thing

Day 9:  When You are Tired…

Day 10:  On Elections, Opinions, & Thinking

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