Divorcing Debt

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Dec. 22nd, 2020 marks one year since I married my husband — a feat which I felt certain until the very moment that it happened that I would never accomplish.

I have always had a skeptical view of marriage and relationships, driven largely by the poor example I grew up witnessing and the instability my parents’ respective undoing had…

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She/Her. @StillhousePress founding editor, marketing maven, creative writer, book fiend, kitty lover, ardent traveler, sommelier, yogi socialist.

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