#GirlsRock: An Interview With Author Rosie Molinary

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Some girls rock at one thing – and other rocks at lots of them.

CD INTERVIEWSRosie Molinary rocks at many. Where do I start? She’s an author and speaker, but she’s also a teacher. Always a teacher. She teaches at my alma mater, UNC Charlotte, and also taught at my old high school, Garinger. She advocates for one of the groups closest to my heart:

Girls and women. (#GirlsRock)

She’ll tell you way more about her work and her visions in her words than I can tell you in mine. She’s also a voice in the Latin American community and speaks on intentional living, among other things.

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Guest Post: Elise, My Kid, on Life as a Girl Athlete

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Racecar driver Michael Andretti says he remembers the day he passes his famous father, Mario, on the racetrack for the first time.

guest post“Adios, dada,” he said.

Today, Elise says “adios, dada,” too.

Elise, the girl you might have read about here and here and most definitely here, has written a guest post for today. I asked her a while ago to write about life as a girl athlete – and she delivered, in a big way.

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#GirlsRock: An Interview with Cakery Owner Aryn Keogh


I’ve always told Marie I had a feeling she’d own a business someday.

CD INTERVIEWSI’m not sure what kind of business. She smiles when I say it. She’ll bring it up, out of the blue. Whether she does or not, I’ll be proud of her. I just hope she hooks her dad up with discounts.

Today’s guest built her own business.

Meet Aryn Keogh, owner of Delish Cakery in Charlotte. We met in a Walmart parking lot. She was loading her cupcake painted car with cookie containers. Automobiles with food depicted in their paint jobs tend to draw my attention.

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