The TRDOP Team

Meet Our Contributing Writers

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Regan Long is a mother of 5, author, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and paid family leave advocate. Regan founded The Real Deal of Parenting, an online platform that provides heartwarming and witty content to millions of readers worldwide, a large percentage of those being mothers.
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Amber is a busy mom of two kiddos, wife, and blogger over at My Jars of Clay. When she is not homeschooling her daughter, you can find her writing to encourage other moms and helping them keep their focus on Jesus. Amber enjoys spending her time reading, singing when no one is around, and throwing random dance parties in her kitchen. She loves connecting with other moms in person and over on Instagram.
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Full-Time Healthcare worker and mom blogger. Trisha is a mom of two littles 1 and 5. She lives on a little bit of coffee and a whole lot of Jesus! Trisha captures relatable parenting moments through her blog. In words of Trisha, “Writing has become a therapeutic outlet in this crazy world where we are all just trying to live day to day.” Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/MamasCoffeeTalks/ IG: https://instagram.com/MamasCoffeeTalks
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Wife & mama just winging this whole thing one day at a time. I’m a SAHM with a love for words, travel, the South, family, Jesus, and a relaxing swing on the front porch. I try to find humor in all things and keep motherhood real – the good and the bad. You can find me over at www.jordanmorgan.com or on Facebook @jordanmorganwriter
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Danielle Sherman-Lazar is an eating disorder advocate and a mother to three daughters. She has been published on Scary Mommy, Bluntmoms, The Mighty, Eating Recovery Center, The National Eating Disorders Association, Kidspot, ellenNation, Project Heal, Love What Matters, Cafemom.com, Beating Eating Disorders, Her View From Home, Motherly, Sammiches and Psych Meds, Recovery Warriors, Kveller.com, Humorwriters.org, and That’s Inappropriate. You can follow her on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/StrivingToBeFULLeveryday/) and Instagram (@livingfullaftered). Her book Living FULL: Winning My Battle with Eating Disorders is available on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2O4mJId
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I am a 31 year old single working mother to three beautiful children. I have a degree in Mental Health and Child Development as well as a strong background in ABA. I love to read, write, and binge watch Netflix shows. But most importantly I love spending time with my family. You only have one life, live it, and choose happiness always!
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Mom to 2 amazing college kids, wife to their dad. Left a marketing career when I became a mom and never looked back. Along the way I discovered my soul’s true calling and found joy not just in raising my own children, but in supporting friends along their journeys. Currently I'm a part-time preschool assistant and have rediscovered my passion for writing with my recently launched blog, and freelance writing for several parenting sites.
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Tara Wall is a writer, blogger and speaker of all things life, small business and family. Married 18 years to her husband and business partner Tim, she has raised seven children through bio, step (which we call bonus), and adoption. While fostering and in the process of adopting their sibling set of two, she launched her own website www.considerthefields.com to share her journey in it all. She runs the Children's Ministry Program at her local church and also helps in ministry at the Bible College there. She has written several pieces to advocate for foster care and adoption and has been featured in Discover Smith Mountain Lake Magazine. Her heart is to help other people face difficult challenges in life with an overcoming attitude. She is currently establishing a nonprofit called Project: HOPE to help women overcome addiction and abuse in a long term, faith-based home setting program, and has desinged a T-Shirt of the Month Club to help raise awareness and funds to grow the program.
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Katelyn Brown is a new face to the blogging world but has been a lifelong writer. She used writing as a therapeutic outlet to overcome a severe bout with anorexia. She has been featured on Her View From Home and The Real Deal of Parenting. Katelyn hopes to build a platform for women to feel empowered by their own flawed journey.
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