i am so so so super stoked to have Livy here today from Crown of Beauty Magazine!!  she has some super exciting news to share with ya'all.

"They threw sticks at us, called us names, and stole our hats at recess. We declared war against the male species and safely assumed they carried a contaminating disease called Cooties. As we chanted, “Girls go to college to get more knowledge, boys go to Jupiter to get more stupider!” all our fairytale dreams lay dormant inside us. Resting in a peaceful slumber, our dreams were unawakened until that magical day in middle school when we met a blonde-haired hunk who looked just like Prince Charming."  -When Life Feels Like a Taylor Swift Song: A Girl’s Guide to Boys 

Girls, let’s be honest. Navigating life through this boy crazy word can be crazy. Whether we’re singing, “We are never, ever, ever, getting back together!” or, “It’s a love story, baby just say yes!” life can often feel much like a Taylor Swift song.

What’s a girl to do? 

We all have those hard, unanswerable questions about the male species. We want to get great boy advice, but many teen magazine articles leave us feeling disappointed. 

What if you had a chance to ask REAL questions about what REAL, Godly relationships are supposed to look like? Now you do! Girl, it’s your time to start asking! 

It doesn’t matter how silly or serious your question may be. The soundtrack in your life might be playing songs about crushes, breakups, or friendship fights. How do you know whether you should sing along with the relationship, or turn off the record and walk away?  

I, Livy, author of When Life Feels Like a Taylor Swift Song, am ready to answer your questions. I can’t promise that I have all the answers...but like any good big sister would, I promise to do my best to offer Godly advice and encouragement. I invite you and all your friends to take advantage of this Boy Problem Q&A Spree, and ask whatever you like! :)

You can submit your question by either commenting on this post, email Livy at or email Amy at

Deadline: Sunday, August 11 at midnight.