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If you’re looking for a sign, then this is it

In Entrepreneurship, Phenomenal

“If you’re looking for a sign, then this is it.” ‼️ These words rang true in my mind today. I literally opened up my Facebook app and came face to face with something I knew, yet I didn’t want to admit.  I was running.  Running from God.  Running from what I am called to do.  Why? Fear. The crazy thing about fear is that I know I am amazing, brilliant, talented, and to work with me (or be connected with me) means your life will be better.  Yet fear, that insidious roach, at times would creep in and have me…

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Do You Need A Social Media Break?

In Phenomenal

Do You Need A Social Media Break? Am I the only one who can get distracted by social media? I spoke to a friend of mine one day and she told me she was taking a social media break. She said that every time she logged onto social media she began to feel bad about herself. She began to feel like she wasn’t enough and that she wasn’t worthy. Her story really impacted me, because I too can get overwhelmed by social media. I’ve noticed that if my mind isn’t guarded in gratitude for what I have and for who…

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What I Learned From 2020 Part 2

In Inspiration, Phenomenal

I believe that it is important to find gratitude in all situations (even if it is hard).  Gratitude helps to shift your perspective and allows us to identify the lessons we need to learn and it puts us on the path towards joy. Therefore, I thought it was important to write down the lessons that I learned in 2020 that helped me find joy, grow as a woman and a mom, and push me to walk in purpose. In Part 1, I shared 5 of the 10 lessons that I learned in 2020. In this post, I share lessons 6-10. …

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2020 doesn't have to be a bad year 10 lessons I learned in 2020

What I Learned From 2020 Part 1

In Inspiration, Phenomenal

When I look at the news, social media, memes, and email I feel bombarded with all of the headlines and messages about how terrible 2020 was. Yes, the pandemic ravaged the entire world and upended our lives. Yes, the economy did tank (but it is also rebounding). Yes, this was a uniquely challenging year globally. However, we don’t have to view 2020 as a terrible, bad, or ugly year. I suggest we take a step back from focusing on the bad, pain, and devastation to find the good and the gratitude. I think this is important as we move forward…

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Helpful Ways To Get Your Children Involved In Community Service

Helpful Ways To Get Your Children Involved In Community Service

In Phenomenal

One of the things that I love to do is community service.  I constantly look for ways and opportunities to give back and to organize groups to serve the community.  I truly believe that engaging in service is critical to living a full and complete life.  Therefore, as my twins get older, I’ve been asking myself: What can I do to start to plant the seeds of community service into the hearts of my children?  How can I begin to talk to them about community service? What is the right age to start to encourage my children to participate in community…

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