Submit Your Story

Do you want to submit your own story for “The Little Miss Project?”


Watch the original video, give the song a few listens — download it from iTunes if you need to — and read Jennifer’s blog post on the message behind “Little Miss” to get your ideas flowing.


Make a video or write a blog telling us what “Little Miss” means to you. It can be as creative as you like. We want to hear your story, however you want to tell it. You may even remain anonymous if you’d like. (Just state that in the email you send us.)

Here are some things to think about:

-Why do you identify with the song? Why are you a “Little Miss”… or “Little Mister”?
-Is there someone you’d like to dedicate the song to? Your mom, sister, girlfriend, daughter, friend?
-How does the message of “Little Miss” (or of Sugarland’s music in general) play an important part in your life?

The video should also incorporate you — or the person you’re dedicating the video to — holding up three signs/notebook pages saying the following:

Page 1: “Little Miss” or a lyric from the song that begins with “Little Miss…” (i.e. “Little Miss do your best…”)
Page 2: A hard time that you’ve gone through or are going through in your life.
Page 3: A positive lyric from the song that fits with you or your story. (i.e. “I’m okay,” “Sometimes you gotta lose until you win,” “It’ll be all right again,” “You are loved.”)

If you’re writing a blog, you’re more than welcome to send pictures.


Send your blog and/or a link to your video to the following email address:

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask! We are here to help!


2 thoughts on “Submit Your Story

  1. I have been struggling with so many things on all levels in my life and struggling to stay alive. I had heard Little Miss before but never listened to it. Heard it again but focused on the words. I know I am strong, I know eventually it will be alright again, I know that I am okay. I don’t have a problem that does not have a solution I just need to hold on and wait. Now when I am getting sucked into the vortex of problems, hopelessness, I run the lyrics through to put a smile on my face. This song has reminded me that it does get better and there is someone somewhere who loves me and I need to finish this battle so I can win it. Thank you

  2. Jennifer and Kristian are so inspiring. Their music picked me up when I was down. I learned that things will turn out okay in the end, so just keep pushing. ❤

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