How many of us walk around wearing a mask appearing like we have it all together? Then when we get home we fall apart because our insides are hurting. When the going gets tough, how do you power through it? What if it’s just too much to bear and your mind is hurting, too? Do you think to reach out and find help, or do you focus on your pain and refuse to look up? One woman stepped out of her comfort zone and decided to reach out and let other folks know they are not alone. “What do you do when you’ve carried all this weight and you feel there’s nobody there to help you?” People are suffering from the inside out. Read More »
By Jenny Hansen Lane
I met Erin through Social Media. We are members of many creative groups together. When I learned about her most recent invention, it kind of blew my mind in it’s simplistic solution to a common problem. So let’s get started: I love what Erin has to share with us. Read More »
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So, as I said last Tuesday the My Daily She team is growing! We’ve got two lovely ladies that are coming on board. Last week we said hello to Jenny Hansen Lane! Today say hello to Jo Brown! She is a beautiful, very talented Writer, Saleswoman, Marketer, Mother and Wife, who truly wants to make the world a better place by sharing her hope with others. Living in Perry Utah, she will be assisting with editing, sales and marketing. I am so grateful to have her as a new team member! Take it away, Jo!
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I have really exciting news to share! The My Daily She team is growing! We’ve got two lovely ladies that are coming on board. Say hello to Jenny Hansen Lane! She is a beautiful, very talented Artist, Photographer, Writer, Mother and Wife, who truly loves people and serving them with her time and talents. Living in Lexington Kentucky, she will be assisting with interviews, photography, editing, and marketing. I am so grateful to have her as a new team member! Stay tuned next week to meet another new team member. Take it away Jenny!
I believe everyone deserves a chance… A chance to learn, to grow, to find a voice… When we take action to pursue our dreams and passions and then share that journey of discovery with others, we demonstrate that it can be done! That challenges can be overcome! That goals can be achieved and that dreams can be realized! Read More »
Doctors have the thankless job of delivering what is often the worst news a family can receive: the terminal diagnosis of a loved one. Hear how Dr. Janel Ward copes with those conversations, and the challenges that inspired her to become a doctor. Read More »
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Raising a family is beautiful… and hard. It’s important to know you have support and that you are not alone. Are you a mother of young children looking for some help? Maybe you’re in need of a mom who’s been there and done that and can offer some advice and encouragement? Maybe you simply need to connect with other moms and have some honest, real conversations, listen to some insightful speakers, or just dig into a good craft with others like you? Then you might find yourself right at home with lovely ladies at Mothers Of Pre-Schoolers (MOPS). Read how Sara Lewis’s experiences with MOPS changed her life, helped her find balance, and provided her with an opportunity to strengthen and support other moms. Read More »
Karen Hanberg and her daughter, Heather Lindsay.
Back in October 2016 a childhood friend of mine, Shelly, passed away at the very young age of 35 from a long battle with Breast Cancer. She left behind a husband and 3 beautiful boys. Before being diagnosed with Breast Cancer she had no idea that she carried the BRCA 1 gene.