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4 Things | January 22

I love sharing what I’m loving with my people. So…each week I share four things I’m excited about: books I love, TV, music, recipes, moments in life, etc. Life can be hard, so it’s important to celebrate all the little things! The Dream of You Jo Saxton’s new book The Dream of You is rocking…
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5 Simple Strategies for Being More Brave

I’ve been using Facebook Live several times a week to connect with people and share how we are being brave (find me at Becky L McCoy on Facebook to join in!) It’s quickly become something I look forward to because it’s an easy way to encourage each other to keep doing brave things. But what…
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Practical Tips for Living With Anxiety: Counseling

It’s been awhile since I shared a practical tip for living with anxiety. While this post falls under the umbrella of anxiety posts, I strongly recommend anyone who has ever survived adolescence spend some time with a counselor (aka all of us). Here are some reasons why counseling is so important and how to find…
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#OnComingAlive

I’m so honored to be part of The On Coming Alive Project. It’s a collection of over 70 voices who have stories of choosing to live after loss. There are stories of lost spouses, siblings, children, and parents. This is a beautiful, heart wrenching collection of honest thoughts on loss, grief, and choosing to live…
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Alice & Ivory Christmas Print Giveaway!

I’m so excited for this giveaway! Alice & Ivory is one of my favorite small businesses and you’re going to love Kristina’s beautiful prints. Enter below to win this ‘Joy to the World’ stocking print (sent as a digital file to print at home). ENTER HERE –> Alice & Ivory Christmas Print If you sign…
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Nurture Nest (Sponsor Spotlight)

I am so excited to be partnering with Nurture Nest! This small, family run shop opened over the summer and has become one of my favorite places. They host baby wearing, cloth diapering, and breast feeding support groups. There’s a special art class for kids and I have been teaching a photography class geared towards…
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Easter 2015

Easter ended up being harder and more emotional than I anticipated. It had less to do with it being a holiday and more to do with the topic of conversation: death and resurrection. The good news of Easter was simultaneously a reminder that I have to wait much longer than 2 days to see Keith…
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Worn

  Today was supposed to be Day One of #runlikekeith half marathon training. We got up and out the door despite toddler protests to meet friends. We got there and got kids buckled in strollers and as I pushed the stroller to everyone else, the front wheel popped off with a bent axle.  After an…
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#RunLikeKeith

Any of you who have known Keith for any amount of time know that Keith was an avid runner. He started running in high school and found that it was the best way for him to burn off steam and work through life. He had hoped to run a marathon in his lifetime, but never…
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