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Molly McWilliams Wilkins

Molly McWilliams Wilkins

Molly McWilliams Wilkins is a Southern culture commentator, web producer, and social media marketing maven. She is also a freelance writer who has worked with a variety of publications and online magazines including Bourbon & Boots, Paste Magazine, Macon Magazine, the 11th Hour, Macon Food & Culture Magazine, and as the Digital Content Editor for The Southern Weekend. Mommy first, fashionista, social media maven, writer, artist, dreamer and poet. Hangs on to her Oxford Commas by force. Addicted to shoes and purses- and lots of coffee. Coffee coffee coffee.

In Absence of Talking

There was a time when I was writing here multiple times per day, and y’all actually kept up with what I had to say!   Not only that, but you still read even my older posts- I can see the

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Gameday Fashions: How to Incorporate Two Teams Colors

Generally on gameday you’re going to find me representing my two favorite teams: Mercer and Georgia. The both of them share a color: black. Easy enough. But Mercer’s other color is orange, and Georgia’s is red. Until Mercer football started

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One Lazy Bragg Jammer

So look, my Bragg Jam prep has been super lazy this year especially compared to years past. I haven’t even bought my ticket yet. If you haven’t done much research yet, then I encourage you to listen to their Spotify

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Candytopia- Is It Worth It?

I posted a photo of my family and I outside of Candytopia, and one more of us from inside, and instantly got the question:   “Is it worth the ticket price?”   So, yes the tickets are kind of pricey

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The Magical Growing Eggplant

Growing up, we did not grow a lot of vegetables as a family.   I vaguely remember something about occasionally half-heartedly trying to grow banana peppers and maybe tomatoes one summer as a child, but they didn’t really take off

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In Defense of Blueberry Trees

I love my blueberry trees. So far, just a short time into the blueberry picking season, I’ve already likely saved myself about $20 at the store just by picking my own blueberries.     View this post on Instagram  

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Ending the Lenten Wait; Bringing Alleluia Back

A couple of years ago I wrote about how some cannot bring Alleluia back after it’s Lenten absence.   Lent teaches us the meaning of patience, of waiting. It’s something that I’ve never learned very well.   But this Lenten

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Need a Great Salad In Your Life? READ THIS!

I sincerely don’t know why I struggle so hard with eating salads consistently. Perhaps it’s because I’m always on the go and for my full-time job I work for a restaurant chain- and it’s too tempting to eat other items

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This Small Town Boasts Loads of St. Patrick’s Day Fun

(featured image is from the Visit Dublin Georgia Facebook page)   I am not one for very large crowds or out of control celebrations, truly. So while one coastal Georgia town may brag about their St. Patrick’s Day festivities, please

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Which New Ingleside Business Serves Coffee and Macarons and More? It’s Chefspring!

The folks in Macon, Georgia love their independent businesses.   We especially love to eat! And drink and be merry and all of those fun things. So it was SO exciting to hear that Chefspring opened over the weekend in

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