What would you say to another woman in 750 words that would help her, inspire her or reassure her?
We’re here to give all women a voice and help women help each other. So if you have a story to tell, advice or top tips, we’d love to share it with the Henpicked community.
Don’t worry if you’re not an experienced writer, you don’t need to be.
Tell us about how you coped with a particular life event, share your ideas about how to make life easier, better, more fun, let us know your secrets to staying healthy and happy… we can all learn from each other and your tips, advice and guidance could make a real difference to another woman’s life.
Please just send us a few details (below) and we’ll send you everything you need to write your article.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Writing articles for the website & having them so warmly received has given me the courage to launch my own blog www.healthyhappy50.com where I will be celebrating, inspiring and encouraging sporty women over 50.
I so look forward to working closely with Henpicked in 2016 – learning from their expert authors, writing my own articles and building friendships with like minded women. We all have so much to offer and Henpicked brings us together with warmth, kindness and a very generous spirit. Thanks so much to you all!’ Jo Moseley
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‘Delighted to share my first article in print with Henpicked! As a new writer you’ve been very supportive and encouraging and extremely efficient. Your readers’ comments have been positive confirmations that my book, which was so hard to write and share has a place in encouraging others as they walk through their ‘valley of the shadow of death’ (Psalm 23). Keep doing what you’re doing – it counts.’ Denise Stevenson