12 Days of Darling The DreamerTwelve Days Of Darling: Two Posted on December 14, 2013November 24, 20191 minute readbyThe Darling Team What does it mean to be a catalyst? How can you be a positive vehicle of change in your circle of influence, regardless of its size? Artwork via Angela Duncan Like Tweet Pin it Related Topics#darlingmovement The Darling Team This post is brought to you by the Darling Team! To learn more about who we are, please visit our Meet Our Team page. Previous Article The Intellectual Weekend Links Weekend Links Posted on December 13, 2013November 18, 2019byThe Darling Team View Post Next Article 12 Days of Darling The Dreamer The Stylist Twelve Days Of Darling: Three Posted on December 15, 2013November 24, 2019byThe Darling Team View Post You May Also Like View Post The Dreamer Letters to My 22-Year-Old Self: Who Is Learning the Meaning of Beauty Posted on December 11, 2019December 4, 2019byBailey Van Tassel View Post The Dreamer How to Embrace Where You Are When It’s Not Where You Want to Be Posted on December 11, 2019December 2, 2019byAleah Eileen Milliner View Post The Dreamer How to Acknowledge and Process Anger Posted on December 10, 2019December 2, 2019byRebecca Bass-Ching View Post The Dreamer 5 Tips To Capture A Great Family Photo For the Holidays Posted on December 6, 2019December 6, 2019byAlexa Tonn View Post The Confidant The Dreamer When Anxiety Hits During the Holidays Posted on December 5, 2019December 2, 2019byKelsey Yarnell View Post The Dreamer Introducing: How to Acknowledge and Process Hard Emotions Posted on December 3, 2019November 25, 2019byRebecca Bass-Ching View Post The Dreamer The Connection Between Gratitude and Mental Health Posted on November 28, 2019November 25, 2019byLeigh Liebmann View Post The Dreamer The Wonder and Awe of Simplicity Posted on November 27, 2019November 14, 2019byBailey Coleman 5 comments I do not even know how I ended up here, but I thought this post was good. I do not know who you are but certainly you’re going to a famous blogger if you aren’t already 😉 Cheers! Reply I just love how Darling Magazine represents class. There are so many trashy magazines out there representing women in a negative light. The world tells you that you have to be slutty, over the top and sell yourself to be accepted, especially in the recent music industry. But what got me hooked on my first copy of Darling were not just the beautiful photos and inspiring words, but the statement of belief that you ladies have. You are changing lives one reader at a time because you stand for morals, like a life connected to God which is SO important and representing women in a positive light. That right there is change! And I’m glad to be reason a magazine that stands for all of those wonderful things instead of moving with the rest of the world. A lot of the time, it’s so much better to go against the grain. Reply I’m glad to be a reader of** 🙂 Reply Thank you, Bee! That is so encouraging. Glad to have you as a reader 🙂 Reply A catalyst (if I recall correctly from high school biology) is something that makes a reaction occur faster. With that, if we strive to be people who are unafraid to share and act upon our values and opinions with integrity, even the smallest of gestures or remarks can have a powerful impact on another person. Therefore, by using our personal ability as a social catalyst, we can hopefully see positive change in those around us and ignite a lasting spark. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Your Comment * Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.