A Note from Mary Margaret West: We’re all navigating phones and social media, and Abby shares some ideas today that are doable and helpful. Let’s make sure that we’re leading
A Note from Mary Margaret West: Most of us have a love/hate relationship with Valentine’s Day. I’m grateful for Cassie’s post today and how it helps us point girls in
A Note from Mary Margaret West: As a textbook extrovert, I struggle to put myself in the shoes of an introvert. Abby’s post today is a peek behind the curtain
There’s this scary intermission I’m living in right now. I’ve just graduated high school and now I’m off to college…three hours from home, three hours from everything I’ve ever known.
I can do this. I’m young and relatable. This will be fun! These were my first thoughts as I stared out at a large room filled with freshman girls. I
Graduation season is upon us! Depending on your school year, high school seniors are about to dive into finals and AP exams — that means they are officially in the home
As graduation approaches, you may be searching for the perfect gift for a girl (or a few girls!) who is about to walk across the stage and enter a new
April is a great month for many reasons, but if you lead or parent high school girls, chances are you’ve heard all about (and most likely spent some money on)
Springtime has snuck up on us here in Nashville – and we couldn’t be happier! The sun has (finally) started making regular appearances again, and the weather is absolutely beautiful.
“Senioritis,” as defined by urbandictionary.com, is “a crippling disease that strikes seniors. Symptoms include: laziness, an over excessive wearing of track pants, old athletic shirts, sweatpants, athletic shorts, and sweatshirts.