I’m linking up at The Ultimate Rabbit Hole.
She laughed, looked me straight in the eye and said “Sarah, my choices are not a commentary on yours.”
Sally tells us why we need to stop telling women that they can’t travel alone.
“I want my daughters to feel beautiful, but I don’t want them to tie their worth to the way they look. I believe that paying a genuine compliment is a gracious way to connect with another person, but I don’t want them to place more importance on flattery than it deserves. I want them to learn to say “thank you” when they receive a compliment, but I don’t want them to feel slighted if they don’t. It’s a tricky balance.”
I also love Maria’s take on dressing rules.
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