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It’s not something I’m proud of, but it’s also not something I’m ashamed to admit.

I don’t love letting people down and I’m not a big fan of my shortcomings.

After the Brussels bombing in 2016, I remember feeling an overwhelming sense of despair. Do you have a favorite hobby, activity or entertainment? While I don’t attend the movies avidly, I do enjoy watching the latest and greatest in theaters.

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Whether it was Switchfoot or Hawk Nelson or Toby Mac or any of those bands that good little Christian teenagers are supposed to like, I fondly remember singing along and jumping around, soaking up the fun energy.

These days I seem to have considerably less time and disposable income (not to mention my dad-knees that probably don’t jump as effectively), so my concert outings are now few and far between. We decided to write down the different countries and cities that had recently been under terrorist attack or were undergoing trauma of some sort. For a short period of time, my friend and I glimpsed what it means to carry someone else’s burden from a distance, and as Paul writes, bearing someone’s burden fulfills law of Christ. We are officially half way through the #Boundless Challenge2k18!

Proverbs 1:8 tells us to remember what our parents taught us — so that’s what we’re up to this week.

I remember going to concerts all the time when I was in high school.

Love, Jackie Pilossoph, Creator and Editor-in-Chief, Divorced Girl Smiling.

Almost every woman I know is in the same situation: We had a career before we had kids, and now we want to (or have to) go back to work and don't know what the heck we're supposed to do!

We don’t do everything together, but their friendships have made this summer really special.

Doing activities planned by our coordinator is great, but some of the best memories came from events planned by interns. You don’t want to talk to anyone, so you’re annoyed when your parent, sibling or roommate asks what you did that day.

A story of someone who was looking down at his phone at an intersection late at night.

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