A Letter to the Woman Raising Twice Exceptional Children

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Show Notes

- Today's episode was sponsored by Pink Salt Riot. Pink Salt Riot makes products to help you remember to practice joy.  

- Ginny mentions the resource of the Gifted Homeschoolers Forum. You can find more about that website by clicking here

- SENG (supporting the emotional needs of the gifted) is an organization whose mission is to empower families and communities to guide gifted and talented individuals to reach their goals: intellectually, physically, emotionally, socially, and spiritually. You can find more about this resource by clicking over to their website

- Ginny also mentions the National Association for Gifted Children. Find out more here

- The Davidson Institute is a foundation on a mission to recognize, nurture and support profoundly intelligent young people and to provide opportunities for them to develop their talents to make a positive difference. You can find more about the institute here

- Ginny blogs over at Not So Formulaic. My favorite articles are the ones she writes about Catholic Motherhood. She's also on Facebook and Instagram

- You can join my Patreon team and get sneak peeks of upcoming episodes and member-only polls! Find out more about supporting Letters to Women for just $1 or more a month here


A Letter to the Woman with the Cluttered Closet

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Show notes

- Today's episode was sponsored by Pink Salt Riot. Pink Salt Riot makes products to help you remember to practice joy.  

- Mary Elizabeth Sperry is the author of Making Room for God: Decluttering and the Spiritual Life

- Decluttering begin trending back in 2014 largely thanks to Marie Kondo's book, which Mary Elizabeth and I talked about in this episode: The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing

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A Letter to Women About the Most Influential Woman in the World


Show Notes

- You can find more about Dr. Carrie Gress on her website! I loved exploring articles she has written on Aleteia, National Catholic Register, and Catholic World Report. 

- Want to get a copy of The Marian Option? You can find a copy here

- I'm so excited for Dr. Carrie's book coming out this March - Marian Consecration for Children: Bringing Mary to Life in Young Hearts and Minds. You can find out more information about it through TAN books!  


A Letter to the Woman Celebrating Her First Year of Marriage


Show notes:

- Joseph and I love how eMeals has helped us simplify the planning, shopping, and cooking of our weekly meals. We think you'll love eMeals too - so click this link and you can give it a try for free for two weeks! 

- Joseph and I used to blog over at "Love the Langrs" - feel free to take a peek and see what our relationship was like back when we were dating (as well as see all the photos from our wedding!). 


A Letter to the Woman Who Thinks She Isn't Worthy

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- If you haven't seen Speaking to Sparrows yet, take a few minutes to watch it here. You'll love how they encourage women to find courage to confront the uncomfortable. 

- Interested in hosting a screening, finding a screening near you, or keeping updated on when the film is available to buy, rent or stream? You can find all that information here

- You're going to want to discover more about Speaking to Sparrows. You can find all the information on Liz and Janine's website

- Liz and Janine also mentioned their non-profit organization, Project LIGHT. You can explore their website and encounter their ministry over on their website! My favorite part of their website was their resources for women page

- Want to support Liz and Janine's newest film for men? You can donate to Project LIGHT Ministries here