Interview with Rebel Mama/Dusti Arab & her Kickstarter Project

by Tess

I married when I was 17 and pregnant. I was mom to four daughters by 22 years of age. I lacked the information, support, and direction I needed to experience motherhood joyfully.

I know that's the reason I'm so crazy about Dusti Arab and her phenomenal project and soon to be book,

Rebel Mama: How to Raise Your Kids Without Losing Yourself. It's part-memoir and part-parenting guide for unconventional moms. It's currently a project on Kickstarter.

Enjoy my first video interview below.

I pledged $25 to Dusti's project and will be giving away a free copy of her book after it's published. Check out the beautiful video and learn how to support Dusti, here.

Please help by Tweeting or sharing on Facebook and Google+ below.


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    { 3 comments… read them below or add one }

    Cathy | Treatment Talk October 9, 2012 at 9:18 am

    Hi Tess and Dusti,

    What a wonderful support for moms who are “outside the norm.” Motherhood can be a daunting situation and this kind of help is so needed. I was a single mom for while and you can feel isolated and alone when you are not part of the typical family situation. Thanks for sharing Dusti’s project.
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    Aileen | Kaizen Vision October 9, 2012 at 4:52 pm

    How great of you to help spread the word about Dusti’s project! Kickstarter is just awesome – such a brilliant invention!
    Aileen | Kaizen Vision´s last post…When Life Rains Boulders


    Janet October 9, 2012 at 5:28 pm

    i love Dusti!! and i love this project but wasn’t sure if it was “for me” because i’m not a mom.. but great to have it confirmed that its also for the “maybe baby” people.. haha. which is probably where I’m at.
    Janet´s last post…Lessons from <BR>the Trenches: <BR>Living the Dream<BR> In the Slums


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