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The following is a guest post by Alli Miller This post will lead to your happily ever after. It won’t tell you how to get married though. It has exactly zero suggestions on a scientific algorithm for a godly man to pursue you. The top tips to begin a path towards a marriage relationship aren’t in here either. But it will tell you about the Man that completes you. Let’s begin with an assumption I’ve made about you. You already more »

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The following is a guest post by Kayla of The Accidental Nomad Life I was angry, I felt useless, pointless, directionless…I was questioning who I was, what my worth was, what my purpose for life was… I always thought I knew. I always thought that I’d end up playing this big, strong, female role – the one that can conquer everything and anything – no sweat. But here I was, empty, trying to figure out who I truly was. The more »

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I took a yoga class this semester for my PE credit. Oh my goodness, I think I’ve found a form of exercise that I actually enjoy! I love how yoga works out your whole body and you get your heart pumping… but without running! Kara doesn’t run. (I think the last time I ran was this one time seven months ago when I was babysitting for a family and their dogs got loose and I had to chase them through more »

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I don’t want to be a Debbie-Downer in this post, nor do I want you to think that from the title of this post. It’s just that I’ve shared the 7 best things about singleness before, but I haven’t really touched on the worst thing. And it’s not even as if I’m making some huge announcement or something. “This is the worst part of singleness! Beware!” Nope. Because you probably already know what the worst part of singleness is.   For more »

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Have you ever faced peer pressure to get a boyfriend? I sure have… It was the spring semester of my freshman year of college. My (then) roommate had been happily dating her boyfriend (now husband) for about 2.5 months. And like any friend who was falling in love, she wanted me to be happily in a relationship as well. One of my guy friends and I were mutually “in like,” and we both knew that someday we would probably date. more »