Moving On From Grief

How does one move on from such a tragic loss at an early age? As this blogger demonstrates, with bravery, grace and one day-week-month-year at a time:...more
I didn't get to finish that, but I wanted to say that it made me happy that you seem to have ... more

Moving On From Grief

How does one move on from such a tragic loss at an early age? As this blogger demonstrates, with bravery, grace and one day-week-month-year at a time:...more
I always said that I had two options when my husband died. I could either stop living/die with ... more

Non-Traditional Student

The first time I applied for college was when I was 20 years old. I had been married for only a couple of months, my husband was deployed,  and I had recently realized that my current career, flight attending, just did not fit in with my new life. I needed something more stable - something that gave me a better paycheck and allowed me to be home every night. I knew the only way I would be able to get what I wanted was to go back to school, so I signed up. ...more
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Non-Traditional Student

The first time I applied for college was when I was 20 years old. I had been married for only a couple of months, my husband was deployed,  and I had recently realized that my current career, flight attending, just did not fit in with my new life. I needed something more stable - something that gave me a better paycheck and allowed me to be home every night. I knew the only way I would be able to get what I wanted was to go back to school, so I signed up. ...more
@victorias_view I totally agree with that. I didn't appreciate it as much as I do now. Not at ... more

Life Well Lived Moments Sweepstakes 5: Share A Moment and Enter to Win a Kindle Fire!

This sweepstakes is now closed. Thanks to everyone who entered! Please check out our new sweepstakes launching January 26. ...more
A trip with my fellow Military widows to Costa Rica! And maybe even sky diving, but I'm still ... more

BlogHer Writers Conference '11 Twitter Roll Call!

Want to get to know your fellow Writers conference attendees before you arrive in New York? Leave your Twitter handle and follow the others who have already left theirs so you can tweet about your conference plans.

Any 3 of you want to pay much less and sleep 4 to a room??? =) i don't bite.

Hi! at $300 a night, it's either $150 per room or $75 per room for those of us willing to get a little up close and personal. =) Anyone want to sleep two to a double/King & save the bucks for the Starbucks? Email me gbiskie@gmail.com if your a penny pinching starving writer. -grace =) Minister Mamahttp://www.gabbingwithgrace.com

Conference Corner: BlogHer Writers ’11 Mentoring Workshops

Two hallmarks of BlogHer conferences are the education you receive and the networking you engage in while attending our events. BlogHer Writers conference is no different. If you’ve perused the agenda, you know that we’re offering a slew of sessions geared toward attendees who want to publish books. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve published before, or never a word in your life. If you’ve got a(nother) book in you, this conference has your name all over it!...more
I'm really considering going. I'm going to an entrepreneur conference in Orlando the weekend ... more

BlogHer Writers Conference '11 Roommate(s) Needed

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