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That Time You...

Honest insights into surviving oneself!

That Time You...Were Taboo

Sex and “The Talk” that shouldn’t end in health class

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That Time You...Surrendered

A safer alternative to hiding behind emotional armor

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That Time You...Kept It Simple, Stupid

Why people pleasers need a recall

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That Time You...Explained Nothing

The excess of New Orleans (with minimal explanation)

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That Time You...Saw Your Reflection

A candid letter to a millennial

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That Time You...Shouldn’t Have

Meddling words from a mad, overly meddled-with woman

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That Time You...Forgot Old Acquaintances

When your back is to the new year

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That Time You...Were the Leading Player

When the reason for the season becomes your responsibility

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That Time You…Butchered Your Better Judgement

When a Cajun boucherie​ knows you better than yourself

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That Time You…Joined the Group

The secret to belonging that perhaps only age reveals

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That Time You…Followed the Wind

When change is sprung upon you

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That Time You…Detailed

The finer points in the broad spectrum of life

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That Time You…Went Off Script

When giving thanks isn’t as easy as pie

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That Time You…Demanded Better

The debate between excuses and reason

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That Time You…Ceased to Exist

How to measure a year in the life of a blog or any work

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That Time You...

Honest insights into surviving oneself!

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Annie D. Stutley was born in New Orleans and spent her childhood listening to the Bangles, crimping her hair, eating Twizzlers, and journaling. She graduated from Southern Miss with a degree in speech writing and since then, has survived several careers in both New Orleans and New York, proving that you don’t have to have it all figured out to live a good life.

She’s worked in theater with Tony-winning producers, in marketing with local gurus, and in education with people probably smarter than herself. However, it’s her time spent working with or volunteering with young people that she has found the most rewarding.

In recent years, she volunteered for her national sorority as a rush advisor, finding joy in building leaders and guiding young women through the murky waters of where college life meets real world. She eventually stepped down from that post because the powers that be didn’t see eye to eye with her approach of frankness and honesty. She turned that conflict of opinion into a new adult fiction book, currently in development, and this blog.

Annie loves music—especially alternative, shenanigans with girlfriends, and all things Mardi Gras, particularly her two walking krewes. But mostly she enjoys movies on her sectional sofa with her husband, three children, and two dogs in her Carrollton home.

Annie welcomes comments, topic ideas, and glasses of rosé. Surprisingly, rosé pairs well with Twizzlers.

 

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