15 Palin Family Rules We Learned from 'Going Rogue'

From mommy guilt to why wedding rings aren't mandatory, get a glimpse at Sarah Palin's philosophy from her just-released book (16 Photos)

Jen Graham Kizer on Nov 17, 2009 at 2:36PM

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15 Palin Family Rules We Learned from 'Going Rogue'

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Keep Things Simple -- Whenever Possible

Palin says she was initially uncomfortable by the constant hair and makeup fixes she received on the campaign. "I didn't see how I was going to get used to sitting while someone primped me," she writes. "I had five kids; I was used to doing the primping. Like any mom, that usually meant making sure the kids were warmly dressed and relatively wrinkle free, then we were good to go."

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