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BIG NEWS!!! (insert happy dance)

It is with great joy that I can finally announce… MillyMaker I Don't Rock Bow Tees are now available on Amazon.com… That's right.  What started as merely an idea, is now live on amazon.com. You can click below or go... Continue Reading →

Are you a “Brute” or a “Bombshell”?

“We wear bathing suits. That is our uniform. They are not cute or girly…”

An Interview with two-time U.S. Olympic Water Polo Player Jessica Steffens Two-time US Olympic Water Polo Player, Jessica Steffens shares a piece of her story as an Olympic athlete. Steffens speaks eloquently about what it is to be an athlete,... Continue Reading →

Blurred Lines: What it is and what it means to be a Female Athlete: So what?

All great stories, all great women, so what? Over the past three weeks, three athletes have shared their stories with you about what it means to be a female athlete (if you didn't get the chance to read them check... Continue Reading →

Blurred Lines: What it is and what it means to be a Female Athlete: Post 3 of 3 featuring Jenni Purdum.

This is Interview No. 3 of 3. If you missed the first two posts in the series, look under RECENT POSTS and click on "Blurred Lines: What it is and what it means to be a Female Athlete: Post 1... Continue Reading →

Blurred Lines: What it is and what it means to be a Female Athlete: Post 2 of 3 featuring Aimee Kodat Plumb.

This is Interview No. 2 in a series of 3. If you missed last weeks, click on "Blurred Lines: What it is and what it means to be a Female Athlete: Post 1 of 3 featuring Amy Huling" in RECENT... Continue Reading →

Blurred Lines: What it is and what it means to be a Female Athlete – Post 1 of 3 featuring Amy Huling

Over the next three weeks, I will be featuring interviews with three former-collegiate athletes. All played competitively at the Division I or Division III levels in their respective sport(s). All three athletes continue to stay involved in their sport today.... Continue Reading →

Kicking out the “Female”

Getting ready for the gym, I turn off my straightener, check the mirror one more time to make sure my makeup is not a hair out-of-place, and touch up the shiny lip gloss that I've just applied and I’m out... Continue Reading →

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