Michaela Mitchell

Michaela Mitchell

Writer, blogger, storyteller

I'm a freelance writer and blogger. Blogger for iHOUSE. Published by Ravishly and DivorcedMoms.com Ghostwriter for multiple business industries including real estate, insurance, and marketing.

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How Can I Help?: Acknowledging White Guilt, Privilege, And Feminism

How Can I Help?: Acknowledging White Guilt, Privile...

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Why We Should All Stop With The 'New Year, New Me' Bullsh*t ...

Why We Should All Stop With The 'New Year, New Me' ...

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Why I Am No Longer Afraid Of Getting Old | Ravishly

Why I Am No Longer Afraid Of Getting Old | Ravishly...

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What's Really Happening If You Work Retail: The Black Friday Edition

What's Really Happening If You Work Retail: The Bla...

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The Soundtrack To Make You Feel Like A Badass During And After Your Divorce | Ravishly

The Soundtrack To Make You Feel Like A Badass Durin...

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Ways You Can Help: The First Holiday After The Death Of A Loved ...

Ways You Can Help: The First Holiday After The Deat...

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Forget Mom Guilt, I've Got Mom Anxiety! | Ravishly

Forget Mom Guilt, I've Got Mom Anxiety! | Ravishly

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Stop Calling The Working Poor Lazy! | Ravishly

Stop Calling The Working Poor Lazy! | Ravishly

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Why My Divorce Was The Best Thing I Ever Did | Ravishly

Why My Divorce Was The Best Thing I Ever Did | Ravi...

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My Kid's Project Sucked And I'm OK With That | Ravishly

My Kid's Project Sucked And I'm OK With That | Ravi...

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5 Ways I Came To Accept My Body | Ravishly

5 Ways I Came To Accept My Body | Ravishly

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When Breast Cancer is Not a Question of If, but When

In my family, it's not a matter of if cancer will affect one of us, but when. Right now, breast cancer has center stage in our lives.

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I Accept Myself As I Am But Still Want To Change My Body | Ravishly

I Accept Myself As I Am But Still Want To Change My...

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Poverty, Aid And Not Begrudging People That Need Help | Ravishly

Poverty, Aid And Not Begrudging People That Need He...

Bitchface article
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Why Having A Resting Bitch Face Isn't So Bad | Ravishly

Why Having A Resting Bitch Face Isn't So Bad | Ravi...