During this pandemic and while I have found myself with
Editor’s note: Unconditionally Her has had the pleasure for several
OK, I admit it: I am a diehard Blue Bloods fan.
As a matter of fact, on a scale of 1 (crummy) to 10 (off
Just the title itself made me giggle in a southern slang only a Georgia/Tennessee girl and her girlfriends could truly understand. I didn’t even
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As I’m writing this, I’m charged and challenged to see how I can spread the love
At a time when the commitment to your resolutions may be falling behind, falling off, or completely abandoned – hold on! And if you’re
New York, December 28, 2017, by author & columnist, Jean Criss
As a breast cancer survivor I always wanted to give back and do more
Editors note: I asked long-time Women Survivors Alliance (WSA) and Unconditionally Her friend and contributor Linda Ragsdale to participate in an interview with Unconditionally
Editors note: This article was one of a select few chosen for the inaugural print edition of Unconditionally Her which debuted at SURVIVORville 2017.
While I was prepping for an upcoming school visit, I was thinking about the themes of my new picture book, How I did it.