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[–] Funkypurplekitty 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

The friends I have now I met on a fb group for moms to get together and have play dates. Some of the women I met have been like minded others not as much. It is more likely though when a lot of those moms are stay at home moms. I am slowly becoming friends with a women I met at the children's story time and my library.

Other ideas would be church bible studies, groups at your local libraries( mine has adult coloring groups and I think a crocheting group although I haven't been to either yet), Joann fabrics does classes so that might be another good way.

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[–] stormbjornn [S] 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Never even thought of Joann's or even Hobby Lobby. I'll look into library groups, church groups, and Facebook. Thank you for your advice!

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[–] Funkypurplekitty 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

No problem, good luck!

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[–] DefenderOfTruth 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Maybe check MeetUp or create a MeetUp group in your area?

I have some tradwife friends at church. Maybe not 100%, but they're pretty traditional and we're all on a journey together. Since they have kids and I do not [yet], it makes it a bit hard to find opportunities to hang out.

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[–] stormbjornn [S] 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Sadly because I live right outside of a big city, all they have are liberal get togethers. It's sad. But I'll definitely check my church group. Thank you for the advice!

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[–] DefenderOfTruth 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Keep looking! Like attracts like. I hope you find some good traditional friends. They're so refreshing to have around. My good tradwife/tradmom friend and I were discussing herbs and tincture-making the other day while her kid played at the playground. Seems most traditional moms are also into more natural things too.

So, maybe getting into a food co-op or taking some local herb classes would also put you in touch with traditional ladies.

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[–] ChapterJuni 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Knit circle and a book club at my library, this can be hit and miss depending on the group, all you can do is try. Workout classes at my YMCA or other gyms offering classes. The daytime classes are often smaller. Agriculture or gardening groups I go to a food swap every three months and I'm excited to go to a local homesteading fair in two weeks. If I can manage to get pregnant, having a child will open up so many mom groups and play groups.

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