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Six months in to The Fold's launch, we want to know, what do you think?
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When The Fold was launched in July, we had one goal: provide relevant and relatable content to women beyond the millennial age range. Since then we have shared personal stories on everything from motherhood to aging, profiled female independent retail owners, provided monthly astro-wellness wisdom, talked about money (and the myriad of complexities that come along with it), offered monthly spiritual rituals and reading recommendations and music inspiration, all from women who, like me, are of "an uncertain age" and who are experts in the fields they represent. 

We have a lot of new exciting content in store for 2018, but before we get ahead of ourselves we really want to ask: What are we missing? What, or who, do YOU want to see more of in this space? How can we improve? Let us know in the comments below or email us directly. All who respond will receive a personal token of thanks. (Just be sure to include your email address if you leave your feedback in the comments, so we can contact you directly.) 

Thank you for helping us usher this new season of content onto The Fold. 

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