I recently had the opportunity to write a piece for Darling Magazine’s new spring issue. I’ve been an avid Darling reader almost from the beginning – ever since my dear friend, Hillary, let me borrow the first three magazines a couple of years ago.
I fell in love as I flipped through the beautiful pages – fully able to relate to so many of the stories being told from women of all walks of life. I felt known by reading their stories. Darling is more than a magazine, it’s a movement. Their mission says it all:
“Darling is…the art of being a woman. Darling Magazine holds the modern mold of the woman up to the fire to evoke a discussion on femininity and re-shape an authentic design. Darling is a catalyst for positive change; leading women to discover beauty a part from vanity; influence a part from manipulation; style a part from materialism; sweetness a part from passivity; and womanhood without degradation. Darling leads women to practice the arts of virtue, wit, modesty, and wisdom – all the while creating beauty and embodying love. Darling says women are not only interesting, but original, not only good enough, but exceptional – not just here, but here for a purpose.”
I’m so honored for the opportunity to contribute to the Darling movement, and I hope you like my thoughts about women’s growth in politics – from being secretaries to secretaries of state. You can get your copy here.