Category: Journeys

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My Mother’s Tribe

When I was a child, Exponent II meant pin up parties, left over blue pencils and graph paper scattered throughout our house—the remnants of my mother’s hard work and dedication to the paper. Exponent...

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Discovering What I Believe

“Anybody who writes knows you don’t simply write what you believe. You write to find out what you believe, or what you can afford to believe.” – Essayist Adam Phillips “The art of writing...

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Discovering Exponent, Finding a Home

I still remember the day that I found The Exponent blog.  It was Fall 2007, and Julie Beck had just given her “Mothers Who Know” talk at the General Relief Society broadcast.  I was...

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Valuing Women’s Voices

Author Nancy Dredge, Exponent II foremother, pictured with her daughter Margaret Moore. Exponent has meant many different things to me over the years. Initially, I loved the excitement of being involved in something new,...