Beauty

Milk and Honey Magazine interviews Miss America contestant Paula Kuiper on faith, helping others, and the inside scoop on the pageant world.

Miss Wisconsin, Paula

For almost every young woman in the country, any notion of the Miss America pageant immediately floods the mind with vivid memories of watching the coveted showcase year after year. Messy pigtails, fuzzy pajamas, and the sweet aroma of stovetop popcorn from the kitchen accompany thoughts of the electrifying event. The serendipitous narrowing of women constitutes the spectacle to be as unpredictable as a Superbowl overtime.


Milk and Honey Magazine compares young women to beautiful, blooming flowers.

Stop Competing

“A flower does not think of competing with the flower next to it. It just blooms.” - Zen Shin


Milk and Honey Magazine interviews on real Disney Princess on how to audition and become a Disney Princess at Disneyland/Disneyworld!

Disney Princess Q&A

It's pretty safe to say (just about) every girly girl has had a dream at one point or another to become a Disney Princess. Cinderella... Belle... Elsa... they're chic and glamorous and alluring in every way possible. From their gowns to their glass slippers to their tiaras to their (charming) grit, they are, well, perfect.


Milk and Honey Magazine explains how dress can portray inner character.

Instagram Ain't Real, Babe

Oh, isn't it so, so easy to spend a full hour lying in bed scrolling through instagram? I mean, they've got stick thin models, celebrity gossip, selfie tips, bloggers... it's all good for us, right?


Milk and Honey Magazine interview with Hollywood actress, model, and dancer on how to live for Jesus on the big screen.

Faith in Hollywood

Often, young women in showbiz treat themselves as eye candy or a prop, placing all their marbles in their "beautiful looks" basket, sacrificing their morals, education, or relationships with friends, family, and God.

Taylor Kalupa breaks that stereotype. She is obviously gorgeous, yet that's not all that defines her! In fact, it doesn't even break the surface.


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