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Simply Saturday Morning Posts

These Saturday morning posts are simply a potpourri of ramblings. They may include my deep, personal thoughts, essays, or poems, delicious online or label recipes I have tried and want to share, fun or helpful information that I read online or receive in my inbox or mailbox, or insightful or empowering motivations.  

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My goal for this site is to help women find their connections, inspire hope, create emotionally healthy conversations and well-being - and all through thought, chit-chat, tears, and laughter. As Dolly Parton said in Steel Magnolias, "Laughter through tears is my favorite emotion." In other words, this is where I want you to find yourself and the help you need even beyond my eBooks, work-from-home discussions, and other topics I will bring to the table. 

Visit frequently and join the discussion. Tell us if you have tried and liked or disliked a recipe, tweaks you made to those recipes, what advice is or isn't helpful for you. Your feedback is my inspiration. I need to know what you're enjoying, what you don't like at all, or what you would like to see discussed here.

God has called me to help other women to find some relief in their daily lives - from how to fold a fitted sheet to finding joy in the things we can't escape. And I welcome any advice you may have to offer in comments. Or maybe you want to write a guest post. If so, send me a message via the Contact Form on the right side of this page, and I'll be very happy to send you the guidelines for that. I can't pay for guest posts, but if I'm able to use your post, I'm happy to let you provide a link to your own blog, website, YouTube channel, or whatever link you want to provide. Just one link please. : )

Thanks for visiting today. I hope you have a blessed day.

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