Articles written by: Mandy Majors, Managing Editor

Mandy Majors, Managing Editor

Mandy grew up in a divorced home in a small Indiana town and was a rebellious teenager who learned life the hard way. She overcame the bad decisions and managed to graduate from Indiana University. She has now been happily married to her best friend, Matt, for 16 years. They're raising two children in a quaint little community north of San Antonio, Texas where vehicles stop to let goats and deer cross the road. Mandy has a deep love for her family (her most important job is wife and mom) and has a passion for discussing tween issues with other moms in her MomTalk group. She hates coffee and is a recovering Diet Coke addict. True story. If we’re being honest, she still cheats on the Diet Coke thing. You can connect with Mandy on Twitter: @mandymajors

Moms, You Need a Mom Squad!

Moms, You Need a Mom Squad!

Here’s your PSA for the day: Parenting is tough. Really tough. Don’t go it alone. When my children were little, I didn’t make a lot of time for friends. With the lack of sleep and chasing toddlers all day, it… Read more →
Am I Raising Judgmental Kids?

Am I Raising Judgmental Kids?

As I’m soldiering through these tween years, I have a new respect for mommas who’ve raised well-balanced, know right-from-wrong adults who also have a deep, true genuine love for everyone. It’s not easy. Here’s how this has played out in… Read more →
A Man Who Walked by Faith

A Man Who Walked by Faith

The young husband, father, Noble Peace Prize recipient, and Bible-preaching pastor changed history with his courage to stand up for the right thing. I always tell my children, “It’s okay to stand alone for the right thing.” A man who… Read more →
Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving!

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10 Ways to Keep your Kids Safe on Instagram

10 Ways to Keep your Kids Safe on Instagram

My middle schooler recently earned Instagram. She had been asking for several years, but I kept saying “no.” A situation came up at school, and she did not cave to peer pressure. It was the perfect reason to reward and… Read more →
Am I Good Enough?

Am I Good Enough?

My parents divorced when I was three. My dad remarried and had a beautiful new family. They were happy. For years, I blamed myself for the divorce and thought… I wasn’t good enough. I was a rebellious teenager and had… Read more →
What Parents Need to Know about Porn

What Parents Need to Know about Porn

I’m standing in the grocery store checkout line, looking at magazines covered with picture-perfect women. I need to exercise more. Do not pick-up that candy bar. NO!! I’m such a hypocrite. I need to practice what I preach to my… Read more →
To the Single Mom: You Are My Hero

To the Single Mom: You Are My Hero

I sat in my third grade class listening to the writing assignment, our chairs arranged in a circle with the teacher sitting directly across from me. It was the week after returning from Spring Break, and our writing prompt was,… Read more →
Facing Death

Facing Death

It was a normal Wednesday night. Homework, dinner, choir. During the normal chaos, I got a simple text that changed everything. “Kim is in the ER.” My husband called her husband. Here are the words I heard him repeat: Emergency… Read more →
From Little Boys to Gentlemen

From Little Boys to Gentlemen

I was a junior in college working at a grocery store. I remember leaving work on a hot summer day, and I found red roses on my car. I had never had a boyfriend treat me with such chivalry. He… Read more →
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