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She runs. [How moms are like Marines.]

Guest post by Ashley Dickens

Hello friends! Today, I’ve invited Ashley to write about Mother’s Day from a different angle: through the eyes of an adult daughter. 927 more words


Hope, from Vancouver to Guatemala (FINAL)

The scene Melissa Xsu paints of an average Guatemalan village is one of despair and anguish; it’s one that depicts a life in poverty despite being surrounded by some of the world’s greatest scenery. 848 more words







Meet THE Business Game-Changer in Haiti

Meemoos is a remarkable young woman, full of joy and creativity. She lives in Haiti, approximately two and a half hours southwest of Port-Au-Prince, and owns a Coca-Cola business. 529 more words

What Am I Doing Here? (Literally)

After a lovely month back in the US, which included a family reunion for Christmas in Hawaii, quality time in the frozen tundra of Minnesota, and a week in Chapel Hill to see college friends, a recurring question I received while I was home was, “So…..what do you actually do?” I realized that even though I send out a (somewhat) monthly newsletter, a lot of my friends and extended family still didn’t really know at all what life was like for me here in Malawi. 959 more words


Homes for Hope Midland Celebration

Last week we celebrated the completion of our Homes for Hope project in Midland! Through this project we will be able to impact thousands of struggling entrepreneurs worldwide. 367 more words

In The Know

The Clapham Justice Circle in OKC

Check out the video at the Clapham Justice Circle: I got the honor to talk about my passion and dreams related to serving disenfranchised women in OKC.