95: Permission to Join the Apron Clad Army

We’ve been waiting for this one!  Join us as we get to know Alena Pettitt of The Darling Academy.  She’s been called the ‘bravest woman in England’ and now we know why!   From a London beauty industry marketing guru to Homemaker advocate extraordinaire, she’s building an apron-clad army, giving permission to women around the world to make the choice to be a homemaker! 
We’re going to be looking into stereotypes, judgment, and why as women, we can make any choice we want and be applauded… except THAT choice.

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