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Kae Cureton

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Kae Cureton is a Harrisburg Native who enjoys empowering women, long cold weather runs, tall cups of coffee and fairytales. Her only qualm with fairytales is the nation that a Damsel needs saving. Kae is the founder of DamselNODistress.com, a blog dedicated to Damsels who are pulling themselves out of distress and the heroines who didn't wait around to be saved. Her mission is to help women who are stumbling through adulthood, learning from their mistakes and healing their way forward.  Follow her on Twitter & Instagram @_KaeCureton

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