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Where are you all? I just found you, and its 2010?? anyone still there??

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Kimi

Hello and Happy November, Junior Magazine!

There is a profound pressure placed on young girls in current day society based on their image: the need be thin, beautiful and appealing. Instead of looking to serve others, the focus is constantly on "me!" The struggle of peer pressure emerges and girls strive for whatever it takes to be well liked and popular. They fear walking the road less traveled because, to them, it appears to be the lonely road. Girls fear failure. Due to this fear, we oftentimes see far too many girls let life pass them by as they ‘go with the flow.' One will find that as you look back upon your life, the moments that stand out are the ones when you have done things for others. Oftentimes, people forget to think beyond themselves. It is our desire for "Megan Hearts" to empower girls to try new activities and as they gain knowledge and skills, learn to recognize the importance of using them for benefits that reach beyond themselves.

My sister and I just finished "Megan Hearts Baking," the first book of the Megan Hearts series devoted to helping inspire and empower young girls (ages 5-9) to explore new hobbies and create new goals.

In the book, Megan has been invited to a birthday party and she wants to bring her favorite treat-- cupcakes! But Megan is nervous about making them, for her last baking adventure sadly ended in a baking fiasco. What will she do? Join Megan and her mom on this sweet endeavor as, together, they learn how to bake the most delicious cupcake with just a few simple steps: finding a recipe, creating a shopping list, understanding measurements and measuring utensils, rules of kitchen safety, the finishing touches, and, at last, sharing the tasty treats with friends and family! Become engaged, as Megan gains confidence from working through mistakes, experiences joy while discovering her special strengths and abilities, and develops a love for learning- the sweetest treat of all!

At the end of the book are biographies of real life people that have used their passion for baking to open cupcake shops around the United States. The following cupcake shops are featured in the book: Cake and Art (West Hollywood), Sprinkles (Texas and Newport Beach), Magnolia Bakery (New York), Cupcake Project (online blog) and Frosted Cupcakery in Long Beach :) The reason for these bios are to empower young girls to dream big!


I'm writing to find out if you would be interested in reading some of the story story? I would love to get your personal opinion:) And if possible, is there a way of getting a review or mention of this book in your magazine.


Thanks for your time, I look forward to hearing back!!!!

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kelly

Good for you! Follow your dreams. I enjoy DotMoms. ;)

Anjali

Thanks for all that you do. You and DotMoms were the start of a revolution of mothers who write about their experiences. Congrats!

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Julie-Thank you so much for creating dot-moms and being the driving force behind our success. Through this experience I have grown and built my confidence as a writer while learning, laughing and connecting along with the other dot-moms. Kudos to you!
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Amy

I loved being apart of the start of this Julie!! Thank you SO much

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i mis-read "we free ourselves from loneliness" as *we free ourselves from loudness*- there are some days where that's a tough choice! proud to be a member of this virtual village!

Robin P

It's amazing to think that when I joined DotMoms in April of 2004,I was the 15th DotMom.
I think this is a great place to write,share and vent. It's always helpful to get such positive feedback from the readers.
I've learned a lot over the years.

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