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Happy New Year

Happy New Year

By Clare Sultmann

I’ve just come off my cross trainer and I’m typing quickly because I can hear the kids stirring. It’s early in the morning and it’s the last day of 2017.

 

I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you all for your ongoing support and interest in dear molly which was launched just weeks ago.

 

Starting a ‘start-up’ is never easy and the trials and tribulations that go with it are ongoing and at times frustrating. Thank you for your continued patience while we strive to improve our platform. It is a changing and evolving process and I am grateful you have come along for the ride.

 

I hope the articles we have delivered thus far have been beneficial. It was our hope in the beginning that the content that we would provide women would be supportive, informative and thought provoking.  There will be more to come in 2018 and we look forward to your valuable feedback and would welcome contributions. We are always eager to hear your stories.

 

I would like to thank personally the team at dear molly for their hard work, support and encouragement. I would also like to thank the wonderful women who have contributed articles and lent their valuable knowledge and experience to our website. Lastly and most significantly, thank you- our followers and our users. We are incredibly grateful for your support.

 

Warmest wishes for a healthy, safe and happy 2018 for you and your loved ones.

 

We look forward to hearing from you and seeing you all in 2018.

 

Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow has not yet come. We have only today. Let us begin.” — Mother Teresa

 

Clare Sultmann

 

 

 

 

Clare Sultmann

Clare Sultmann is a wife, mother of 3 and the founder of Dear Molly.
As a survivor of a catastrophic accident, former barrister at law, published author, and nationally accredited mediator Clare has returned to work in a different capacity. Relocating to Noosa shortly after the birth of her first child, Clare found it difficult to make meaningful and real connections with other like-minded women away from her own network of friends. With this in mind, Clare’s idea was born. Dear Molly aims to provide connections for like-minded women in a real, meaningful and positive manner. It a platform to share, communicate and inspire other women about their ‘real’ life. 

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