Christine’s Hope For Kids

Guest Blogger, Sarah Vanderschaff, The Educated Mom Parents such as Jean and John Gianacaci are examples to many of us in how to love a child. They lost their daughter, Christine Gianacaci, in January 2010, when an earthquake destroyed the hotel she and fellow students from Lynn University were staying in the country of Haiti. […]

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“A Pat on the Back” Guest Blogger, Maggi Hill, Publisher of Moxie Woman Magazine Follow Your Passion, Ask your Mother, Savor Every Moment

As we gather up our families in holiday celebrations and wrap up another year (how did it happen so fast???!!) we thought we should look around at our amazing community full of moxie women and give a pat on the back to a few who have made such a positive impact on us all. We […]

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On Whitney, PDS, and a Certain Cooper Woman

In second grade, I had three favorite songs: “Sixteen Going on Seventeen” from The Sound of Music, “I Will Always Love You” by Whitney Houston, and my school song. I’d rewind tapes over and over again, carefully committing the lyrics to memory. Through the music, I became Liesl, the kind of waifish girl that every cute […]

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My Story from the Front Lines of the American Heart Walk

Guest blogger,  Ann Laurie Fratticcioli, Owner, Time Well Spent My girlfriend was the picture of health. She worked out every day and ate the right things. In her mid-50’s she had a major stroke. At first, I was mad. She had just been to the doctor for a physical checkup and was given a clean bill of […]

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